Posted by Fred (220.127.116.11) on June 13, 2003 at 11:53:28:
In Reply to: Re: Duh posted by Josie (18.104.22.168) on June 13, 2003 at 08:52:09:
> > If you look at people, you see that some are more alike than others.
> > The ones that are most alike can be effectively grouped together; they have similar motivations and ways of perceiving reality.
> > I have found the enneagram to be a useful model for grouping people, and for understanding something about their way of perceiving and approaching reality.
> Here I am, posting from a library computer, because I have relocated recently...
> Charlie is a troll. It's as simple as that. These boards are for people who are interested in the Enneagram, and who generally like the Enneagram. (They may disagree with one idea or another, but not the entire system.) People who post to Libertarian boards promoting Marxism are TROLLS. People who post to Phish Phan boards putting down that band in general are TROLLS. People who post here bashing the Enneagram are TROLLS.
> I like the Enneagram. Most of us do. The only troll we've had here recently is Charlie.
> Go back to your bridge, Charlie, it's the only safe place to hide.
> -Josie the 7w6 (operating from a counter-phobic, 8ish 6 stance, reacting impulsively like the 7 I am)
I'm familiar with the term, although I guess I didn't think of it like that. I figured that for those people who just happened to be browsing 9Types for the first time, they might be assisted by a counterpoint to Charlie's silly exposition.
One of my best friends is a 7w6, although he feels he's been semi-permanently consigned to hell as a 1 because his intimate relationship is not going well.
What is your MBTI Josie?
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