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    I find any time there's a thread fighting anti-sensor stereotypes...




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    What do you mean? I noticed there was a thread trying to dispel myths about Si not being about memory recall etc. but it wasn't about positively speaking of Si, just dispelling myths and every argued about what Si really was thereafter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grandmaster Yoda View Post
    What do you mean? I noticed there was a thread trying to dispel myths about Si not being about memory recall etc. but it wasn't about positively speaking of Si, just dispelling myths and every argued about what Si really was thereafter.
    from what I saw it devolved into everyone arguing with each other until the thread got locked
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oprah View Post
    there is a huge flame war and debate to follow.

    What is so offensive about saying positive things about sensing types?

    Nothing at all, in fact, sensors are more needed in society than intuitives. If there were too many intuitives and nothing practical would ever get done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oprah View Post
    from what I saw it devolved into everyone arguing with each other until the thread got locked
    So...it sounds like this happened one time? What other threads are you talking about?

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    They hate us, cuz they ain't us. Thats right I said it. Boop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tanstaafl28 View Post

    Nothing at all, in fact, sensors are more needed in society than intuitives. If there were too many intuitives and nothing practical would ever get done.
    this is a backhanded compliment
    sorry

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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    Quote Originally Posted by Oprah View Post
    this is a backhanded compliment
    sorry
    Quote Originally Posted by Oprah View Post
    What is so offensive about saying positive things about sensing types?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tanstaafl28 View Post

    Nothing at all, in fact, sensors are more needed in society than intuitives. If there were too many intuitives and nothing practical would ever get done.
    I hate this notion. Nobody is more important to society than another, its the combination of all humans that help progress society and humanity. Sensors arent more needed than intuitives, we are both equally needed. Everybody always wants to say some types are needed more than anothers, as if all types havent made a huge impact in our history leading up to present moment.

    The truth of the matter is that everyone has their strengths, its how we apply these strengths in unison together that makes society such a strong structure. It may, unfortunately, also be the cause of many problems when we apply our strengths in manners that they arent efficient and/or effective in. Nevertheless, all personality types have something equal of value to offer society, and humanity as a whole.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaladinX View Post
    Saying "If there were too many intuitives, nothing would get done!" implies that Sensors are only mindless robots who do what they're told and follow out mundane tasks that "are needed for society to run!"



    It also implies that intuitives don't have time for such tasks... as if they have 'more important' things to do other than the mundane tasks that the 'collective sensor sheep' carry out.
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