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    Quote Originally Posted by Poimandres View Post
    Can I as a TiNi ISTP or a self-typed INTJ join the philosophy club!?
    An INTJ typing is just about impossible for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    I'm glad that you finally understood where I was going with that comment.



    How the hell do you guys compete? Scholastically I am guessing? Maybe I can sneak my INTJ brother into the competition and try to sneak him into the competition.

    EDIT: Never mind that won't work, they'll know he's not a real ENFP because he has the ability to concentrate on one subject for more than 10 minutes and hates to talk about himself. They'll see right through him.



    Don't give me that crap about it's "typist" to say things like this because you know it's true. ESTP's make the perfect criminals. ESTP's are almost completely present-oriented and often times don't think much about the future, just like most criminals. It's very hard to be a long-term thinker and to be a career criminal because any long term thinker knows that you can't stay in the crime business forever without eventually getting caught. However, since ESTP's rarely ever think about the future, so this doesn't really bother them. In addition, ESTP's almost always are either core 7's or have a strong 7 influence in their tri-type, even if one of their fixes may be 8w7 with a strong 7 wing. ESTP's often have a strong desire for adventure because of this and crime can easily satisfy that desire. ESTP's often times are terrible with delayed gratification as well, and crime offers quick money for them which they like.

    Also their functional order makes ESTP's great criminals as well. Se is great at living in the present moment and taking immediate action in the present moment without much thought. This is great for being a criminal because the life of the criminal has so many twists and turns every day, and Se can easily adapt to it and just roll with the punches. Also running from the cops at a moment's notice is also required to be a great criminal and this also requires a good usage of Se. When you are driving down the road at over 100MPH or running through a neighborhood that you don't know and have to take pure action and you have to shimmy up a fence or something, Se is a great function to have. Another great part of being a great criminal is the sales aspect, and the Ti<Fe combo is great for that. Ti<Fe is great for finding the perfect words for describing a product, and is also good at knowing just what buttons to push on someone in order to get them to buy the product.

    It is for these reasons that ESTP's make the perfect criminals. I'm not saying that all ESTP's are criminals, in fact many aren't. However given their functional order, they make very good criminals if they choose to pursue that path in life (hopefully they don't though).
    why are you spending so many words on convincing me that ESTPs make the perfect criminals? I never doubted that, it wasn't my point, I just said "at least doesn't stereotype ESTPs as being victims"....I was just using ESTPs as an example to compare to what I was really interested in talking about, ENFPs and INFPs. And I said nothing wrong about ESTPs, much the opposite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    An INTJ typing is just about impossible for you.
    I asked if I could join the philosophy club. I guess that's a big no...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poimandres View Post
    I asked if I could join the philosophy club. I guess that's a big no...
    ISTP's with strong Ni make really good philosophers.

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    So/Sx Convention





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    So/Sp



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    Sx/So convention


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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Qwan View Post
    Actually, I was at an ENFP convention in Knoxville back during the end of May 2013 and the beggining of June 2013.

    Over 10,000 attended…



    Destination Imagination…



    My team made it to the global championships (every state in the US, every providence in Canada, and 64 countries from 6 continents sent a team this year…) and virtually everyone there was an ENxP. I got a new phone since then, but if I hadn't, I would post some pictures…
    I am going to try to be in again this year...the last year I can ever do it...
    I just hope my mother doesn't pull me...
    She's already hinted that might be her plan when she called it "imaginary" the other day.
    She has a habit of pulling me out of things she thinks is imaginary or that could not possibly "serve a purpose in the real world."
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    You can achieve anything you set your mind to, and you are limited only by how dedicated you are to succeed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stansmith View Post
    So/Sp


    Yeah, I could see that...
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    I say this as a reminder to myself, but this goes for everyone:

    You can achieve anything you set your mind to, and you are limited only by how dedicated you are to succeed!

    -Magic Qwan

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