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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    When i read the topic, i was thinking, well maybe he could possibly he INTJ rather than ISTP. They both share Se and Ni and what norris is doing, may be Se heavy stuff, but INTJs has it too and they are able to not suck in it if they learn.
    That's actually the exact type I was thinking of is INTJ

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    Rule 1: if someone is talented, awesome, or admirable, then they are an N.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    Rule 1: if someone is talented, awesome, or admirable, then they are an N.

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    Yah-huh S-ism.
    "We knew he was someone who had a tragic flaw, that's where his greatness came from"

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    Bruce Lee: ISTP 8w7 So/Sx.
    Chuck Norris: ISTJ 6w5 So/Sp.
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    I have observed that the OP has diagnosed people as intuitive way too often as he thinks if they show the slightest glimmer of insight than they clearly cannot be one of those retarted sensors which is an actuality a horrendous stereotype as the most stable and successful people in this world tend to be sensors and especially in the artistic fields like sports or acting.

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    No, actually, intuitive types aren't as uncommon as they're made out to be by MBTI enthusiasts, especially when they poll tests asking how realistic people are, we're not surprised they say Ss are incredibly common among the percentages, even though they're measured by a stereotype that doesn't describe intuition that fluently. Not to mention just calling Ns theoretical, we continue to have this bias that we're rare and unlike others even though everyone else says the same about themselves.

    However Chuck Norris I believe is more of an S than an N.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    Bruce Lee is obviously intuitive, but Chuck Norris? Chuck Norris seems a lot like an ISTP.
    I agree with ISTP. This is what Ni looks like as an inferior function: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Rw1ioJ99vk&feature=fvst

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