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    Quote Originally Posted by Haven View Post
    wtf is this thread about? Enneagram or logical fallacies? Try putting forth an argument of your own instead of attacking others for using fallacies. If your reasoning is sound people will believe you. If not, most people will defer to the ones who study up and know their shit like the ones who made the pastebin.
    Are you refering to me or Speed?

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    Somebody sticky this thread already. I love it and want to read it again and again.

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    Deleted a couple of trolling/insulting posts and banned Speed from the thread. Y'all quit it.

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    You didn't sticky it!!? This is pop culture typing in a nutshell. I thought it was beautiful.

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    I think as a whole, this list is useful even if every typing is not perfectly accurate. It gives you an overview of what a type looks like.

    That said, I relate to many of the 4s, despite not sharing the instinctual stacking or even wing.
    A lot (not all) of the 4w5 sp/sx were actually a little too blank for me to relate to. I was like that maybe when I was 16. I can be more expressive now if I am engaged in the discussion.

    And god - the 3w4s are soooo charming!
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    to add to the list, Gene Wilder is not a 2. he's 4 as hell. he might as well be the predecessor of Johnny Depp
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    Some of that typing is really off, but then there is a fair amount of it that's on the nose too. The list was a bit long to hold my attention for very long, so I looked at the 4w5 and 5w4. I also query John Lennon as a 5w4, I thought he was classic 4w5. I have other thoughts......the list sort of seems based on one characteristic of each e and wing pair, and little superficial feeling.
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    Why is 5w4 a retarded typing for Lennon? He certainly wasn't very emotionally expressive except through his songs, intellectually arrogant, would rather stay at his room when the others were partying etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unsung View Post
    Why is 5w4 a retarded typing for Lennon? He certainly wasn't very emotionally expressive except through his songs, intellectually arrogant, would rather stay at his room when the others were partying etc.
    Lennon interview excerpt:

    RB: A lot of Beatle songs used to be about childhood.

    JL: Yeah, that would mostly be me.

    RB: Though they were very good there was always a missing element...

    JL: That would be reality, that would be the missing element. Because I was never really wanted. The only reason I am a star is because of my repression. Nothing else would have driven me through all that if I was ‘normal.’

    JL: The only reason I went for that goal is that I wanted to say: ‘Now, mummy-daddy, will you love me?’




    Everything the guy did was in the hopes he would finally be good enough to be loved by his parents.
    Hardly the fixation of an E5.

    On a side note, this 1980 Playboy interview excerpt is hilarious:

    http://entertainmentstateofmind.blog...hn-lennon.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Lennon interview excerpt:

    RB: A lot of Beatle songs used to be about childhood.

    JL: Yeah, that would mostly be me.

    RB: Though they were very good there was always a missing element...

    JL: That would be reality, that would be the missing element. Because I was never really wanted. The only reason I am a star is because of my repression. Nothing else would have driven me through all that if I was ‘normal.’

    JL: The only reason I went for that goal is that I wanted to say: ‘Now, mummy-daddy, will you love me?’




    Everything the guy did was in the hopes he would finally be good enough to be loved by his parents.
    Hardly the fixation of an E5.
    But then if you look at the line above it, he seems more like a 5.
    He's a 5 here: http://www.enneagraminstitute.com/TypeFive.asp
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