How to be wise

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  1. Who would’ve thought that we’d hear any good out of JP.
  2. Your video portrayed you as a beacon of kindness, yet I’m blindsided by your overwhelming egotism, surpassing even my own.
  3. Primary: 1.5, Secondary: 1
  4. @Carl-Richard No. Ti does care about truth. What’s logical to someone is what’s true to them. Te on the other hand only cares about the belief of others.
  5. ENTJ’s first cognitive function is Te, Extraverted Thinking. They don’t care about what’s true. For them, what other people believe to be true is the only thing that matters. If you can make everybody believe it, then it will be true. That’s why they focus more on belief than reality.
  6. @Leo Gura ENTJ’s have four characteristics: Extroverted, direct (not talkative), intuitive (abstract) and intellectual. Not all ENTJ’s are bad (just most). They are extreme bullies. Jimmy kimmel is the only ENTJ I know who’s on the left. Almost all Republican politicians are ENTJ’s. The ones that aren’t are INTJ’s.
  7. @Leo Gura All three of them are ENTJ’s, along with Ron Desantis, George Santos, Steven crowder, Tim pool, and, you guessed it, Hitler. The worst of the worst.
  8. @Carl-Richard They’re wrong. The most common type as professors are ENTPs. No doubt.
  9. Leo’s entire career is built on talking. His videos, the forum, the blog. It’s all about talking. No direct person could dream of doing it. I don’t want to discriminate based on MBTI, but ENTJ’s are literally the worst people ever. Literally every evil person you can think of is an ENTJ. Hitler was an ENTJ. Trump is an ENTJ. Andre Tate, Saddam Hussein, Netanyahu, Steven crowder, Tim pool, Ron DeSantis, George Santos, etc. Most Republican politicians are ENTJs. If the world could do without one type, it’s definitely this one.
  10. @Carl-Richard He spends the entire time talking about a story or stories that happened to him. Any direct person can do that. You just have to recall what happened. Notice it’s exactly like reading notes of a paper, instead of a paper it’s your memory. Informatives love to talk all the time, and their careers will reflect that. Most of them will choose jobs where they get to talk (or write) most of the time. As an aside, he’s obviously an ISTP. You just can’t confuse the two.
  11. Teachers yes, since they can just read from their prepared material. Much rarer to find a direct professor though. Almost all professors are informatives: NPs and SFs.
  12. @Carl-Richard INTP. If someone can lecture for several hours, they are definitely informative.
  13. @Carl-Richard No, the amount of talking is what it’s about. Direct means you only answer the question, while informatives talk all day. If you want to see the difference between informative and direct in a debate, see this one. David wood is an INTJ, while Daniel haqiqatou, the guy you posted about, is an INTP. See who does more of the talking:
  14. @Carl-Richard They’re both definitely INTPs. INTJs are direct, which means that they can’t talk for a long time, unlike those two. Curt Jaimungal is an INTJ. You haven’t seen him giving long speeches very often have you.
  15. it did here:
  16. If you’re using an apple device, go to settings > accessibility > display & text size > classic invert. This basically reverses all the colours, so when you visit the forum it will be a completely black background with white writing.
  17. ChatGPT really is a life changer.
  18. The notion that chemicals in baby food could be influencing sexual orientation or gender identity is not only unproven, it's preposterous. Your credibility is on the line, and you cannot in good conscience stand by such unfounded claims.
  19. @Leo Gura I think you should start collaborating with mental health professionals to deal with the alarmingly high rates of suicide on this forum.
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  21. It must be some lousy poison since the babies aren’t dying.
  22. @Eternal Unity The book ‘The religion of tomorrow’ has all the details.
  23. That is debatable.