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Re: mikesilb...EII or a different type?

PostPosted: Thu Apr 29, 2010 6:23 am
by aestrivex
mikesilb wrote:the fact that there tends to be this general impression amongst the three of us [you, me, and RSV] that I am leaning more in the Fe direction)


it does not appear to me that RSV3 shares this perception.

One more question...Is there any way based on what you have seen of my videos and posts that I could be an IEI rather than an EIE?


i would not be inclined to suspect that, but i wouldn't have much basis to challenge it.

Additionally, how does that affect my potential subtype choice (assuming that you at all prescribe to this, now that we are honing in on EIE)? Any thoughts there would also be cool!


i personally am not interested in accepting/producing subtypes. based on my initial impression of your character it seems to me as though thinking of you as a relatively less outwardly energetic variant of EIE may be appropriate, and so i might think of harmonizing subtype in a DCNH sense -- it is important, though, to understand in this particular typing framework that when i speak of DCNH flavors i think of it only as precisely that -- a "flavor" of type, with relatively little systematicity other than the rather general observations that some representatives of some types are more outgoing and some are less so. it would not have occurred to me, for instance, to think of you as some subtype had you not asked specifically.

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Re: mikesilb...EII or a different type?

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