User talk:Ihardlythinkso

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"Fellow workers of INTJs often feel as if the INTJ can see right through them, and often believe that the INTJ finds them wanting. This tendency of people to feel transparent in the presence of the INTJ often results in relationships which have psychological distance. Thus colleagues find the INTJ apparently unemotional and, at times, cold and dispassionate. Because of their tendency to drive others as hard as they do themselves, INTJs often seem demanding and difficult to satisfy. INTJs are high achievers in school and on the job. On the job, they take the goals of an institution seriously and continually strive to respond to these goals. They make dedicated, loyal employees whose loyalties are directed toward the system, rather than toward individuals within the system."
Keirsey, David; Bates, Marilyn (1984). Please Understand Me: Character & Temperament Types (Fifth ed.). Prometheus Nemesis Book Company. p. 182. ISBN 0-9606954-0-0. 
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"Any dirtball can file at ANI against any editor for any reason. Any dirtball can file at Arbcom against any editor for any reason. Any dirtball admin (and it's not like they don't exist) can block any reg editor (interesting they don't block other admins, or have I missed that?) for any superficial or plain made-up reason. So all the inuendos, if they are present in even the slightest degree, "if this comes to ANI/Arbcom/block again, boy-oh-boy Joe, you better see to it that it doesn't happen, 'cause that'll be the last straw, we have limited patience to see this go by our eyes anymore, don't say you haven't been warned", is really ... (I'll quit now, do I really have to describe what's wrong?). --IHTS (talk) 18:23, 4 November 2017 (UTC)" --IHTS (talk) 05:05, 8 November 2017 (UTC)