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    I'll type him as an ENFP so I have the honor of being the first person to chime in with the patently inaccurate assessment in this particular pop-culture thread. (For maximum effect, imagine that I happen to be the type I'm ascribing to him and that I supplied a list of ways in which he is, like, totally just like me.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    I normally wouldn't type someone based on their characters, but Clint Eastwood has been making movies for several decades and every single one is an ISTP. Also he comes across as an ISTP in interviews, so that is what I would put him as.
    Agree. ISTP fits the description... Ever seen his cigarette trick? He's probably the most down-to-earth actor i've seen, based on what i've seen in interviews. Respect that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sol_ View Post
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    No, he doesn't care for procedure, tradition and shit like that.

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