There have been a few threads with tests to determine one's personality type/psychological tendencies. Seems like more folks (at least in the FAC) were introverts then were extroverts, but still there were some prominent Cyburbians who happened to be extroverts.
Does anyone think that being either an introvert or extrovert provides some sort of advantage in life the other lacks?
Being somewhat of an introvert, I've long felt that extroverts, as a rule, don't produce the same quality of thought that int's do. Mrs. Maister is an extrovert and one day she spent most of the day alone. When I came back I found she had every tv and radio in the house on. I asked her why this was and she responded she "did not like being alone with nothing but her thoughts to keep her company." I've relayed this story to other extroverts and their response has been 'yeah, so?' Many introverts, however, seem to gravitate towards my conclusion.
I've included a poll and I have a sneaking suspicion as to the results....but let's see what happens.