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    I knew an 8 that was that way.
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haven View Post
    I think 6s that are super chillax would break the stereotype better--the ones that don't go on tirades left and right about everything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by disregard View Post
    Isn't the whole point of typology to stereotype? And if you break the stereotype, you are not that type? MB & Enneagram are entertaining in theory.. but flawed because you cannot prove a type. First of all, type theories are man-made. Secondly, the attribution of type to oneself or to someone other than ourselves is completely subjective. How we see ourselves and how others see us are not really telling as to who we are. We hide things about ourselves from ourselves, and we hide things about ourselves from others. We pretend to be what we are not; we strive to be what we are not. Typology is no more than entertainment.
    While I wholly agree with your final assessment, I would be interested in hearing your thoughts on what makes you you. To put it a bit more clearly, do you think a person's true self is something other than the qualities that they are actually instantiating, to either their own perception or to that of others? What would be the nature of one's true being in such a conception?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    yes, also John Cleese apparently (a 1w2 who's a comedian LOL)
    Jerry Seinfeld is one of the most succesful and the most payed comedian, he is a 1w2.

    Same for Nathalie Portman.
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    Who are we to say they don't have sticks up their asses tho? They very well could you know?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomb1 View Post
    Michael Douglas isn't an 8w7. He's an 8w9 and his 9 wing is blatant.
    he's boisterous, high energy, even somewhat of a goofball. 8w9s are more earthy and low key. I think his 7 wing is obvious (hell, I could see him as a 7w8 or even a 7w6 lol)

    By parroting the pastebin list you're dumbing down the forum.
    The pastebin list is a downgrade from the Stackemup exemplars list and got many of the core fixations wrong...
    I'm not parroting anyone, I only post their typings that I agree with

    Your type recognition abilities were pretty bad the last I recall. Hopefully you've come to recognize that George Washington wasn't an sp/so 8w7.
    I don't have a strong opinion on George Washington, I don't have enough info on him. my current typing only comes from what my friend told me about him
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Outsider View Post
    While I wholly agree with your final assessment, I would be interested in hearing your thoughts on what makes you you. To put it a bit more clearly, do you think a person's true self is something other than the qualities that they are actually instantiating, to either their own perception or to that of others? What would be the nature of one's true being in such a conception?
    I don't believe people have true selves. We are way too complex for such a notion of a static self.

    A computer program has a true self. It is predictable.

    Maybe that is why I am ever-intrigued by others. If you probe in the right way, you can reveal a person that others have not seen before.

    At one end of the spectrum, you are what you show.

    At the other, you can never be completely known, by yourself or others.

    How far you want to take it is where the fun lies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Jerry Seinfeld is one of the most succesful and the most payed comedian, he is a 1w2.
    I thought he was 9w1. He seems much more laid back than most 1w2's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud of Thunder View Post
    I thought he was 9w1. He seems much more laid back than most 1w2's.
    He's also more histrionic than most 9w1, I think.
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    That could be a 9 going to 6. I think 1's become sullen and moody when they're under stress.

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