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  • ENFP

    17 5.99%
  • ENTP

    43 15.14%
  • ESFP

    16 5.63%
  • ESTP

    34 11.97%
  • ENFJ

    30 10.56%
  • ENTJ

    106 37.32%
  • ESFJ

    37 13.03%
  • ESTJ

    52 18.31%
  • INFP

    14 4.93%
  • INTP

    31 10.92%
  • ISFP

    11 3.87%
  • ISTP

    12 4.23%
  • INFJ

    25 8.80%
  • INTJ

    74 26.06%
  • ISFJ

    17 5.99%
  • ISTJ

    28 9.86%
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  1. #111
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    No, unfortunately it is beyond my powers to explain that to you.
    However, can YOU explain what made you feel that the OP seemed soooooo serious? :confused:
    (btw, it's a "she", not a "he" )

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    The subject of human "evil" is interesting to me. I spend a large part of my working life dealing with what common society would label "evil" and observed many factors beyond what I initially thought was "evil."

    Among these was indifference which can be a genuine damaging quality. Also dishonesty.

    For those interested in exploring the subject, M. Scott Peck's, book The Hope for Healing Human Evil has interesting things to say about it. He uses the word "banal!"
    "No ray of sunshine is ever lost, but the green which it awakes into existence needs time to sprout, and it is not always granted to the sower to see the harvest. All work that is worth anything is done in faith." - Albert Schweitzer

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlittrell View Post
    ADD is a myth



    i actually do think its a myth lol


    OMG ADD is SOOO not a myth!! LOL...(says the ENFP chick)!

    But really...it isn't....
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    Noone considers INTPs to be evil? Well fuck darn.

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    I voted INTJ because if an evil overlord decided to take over the world, that's what I could see him/her being :B
    I could see ENTJ a little, I guess, but I know quite a few ENTJs that freak out whenever there's any sort of injustice, kinda like they're Superman or something.

    I don't think any type's more evil in reality though. It's just fun to call them that and then laugh at them

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    I voted INTP. They seem to *want* to be the most evil. Even if they aren't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gloomy-optimist View Post
    I voted INTJ because if an evil overlord decided to take over the world, that's what I could see him/her being :B
    I could see ENTJ a little, I guess, but I know quite a few ENTJs that freak out whenever there's any sort of injustice, kinda like they're Superman or something.

    I don't think any type's more evil in reality though. It's just fun to call them that and then laugh at them
    INTJ can be evil overlord?
    Sorry but that is an ENTJ thing.


    Evil genius is more like it for an INTJ.

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    Yeah, got a point there. Although I could see an INTJ brainwashing the person that would take the evil overlord position >:B
    But I'd lean more towards ENTP than ENTJ for that position; they seem more confrontational to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by gloomy-optimist View Post
    Yeah, got a point there. Although I could see an INTJ brainwashing the person that would take the evil overlord position >:B
    It's hard for me to believe that an INTJ could brainwash an ENTJ or vice versa. Not the INTJs I've met, and not this ENTJ.

    There's too big of a gap in communication of thought processes for that to work, imho.
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    No, I don't think they could brainwash each other easily.
    Now, other people, on the other hand....

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