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    I figured as much, typical when you want on! ENTJ hey places? I'll watch what I say then.

    I agree, strong case for INTP, as he does talk like some of them. It definitely makes sense in how he gets caught up in the details and in minutia, as in his degree. At first glance, that's what I first thought, but at the margin. After digging into his life, I lean towards INFJ. He's far too eclectic to be another super thinker.
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    Hey now, I'm a super friendly ENTJ!

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    Awesome, most are, just buggin' ya! The stereotype does precede you. I love the heart on the sleeve say what you think attitude of ENTJ's, that I've just become familiar with. Breath of fresh air really. "Cut the shit" is the attitude, and I like it.

    ...tangent....aah well!
    "Truth stands true, independent of whether you agree with it or not."

    "Don't let what matters least, matter most."

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    Gosh, guys, let's go on about this for forever and a mile. Or just flip on CNN and watch Anderson Cooper. End of thread.

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    Jennifer's got the Fight Club protagonist correctly as ISTJ. He's not one in real life at all, though; he just did a terrific job playing one because he's a really competent actor.

    But Norton himself comes off as very NT in the noted interviews; he comes out swinging with broad thematic concepts that drew him to the film, and he doesn't stop with the endless Ne connections and implications:

    It will be very easy for people to take potshots at Fight Club, to reduce it to a film that espouses violence or anarchy, but that's too superficial a way to look at it. It would be extremely lazy, for example, to tie the film directly to the climate around the bombings and shootings that have occurred in the last few years just because, on a brisk, superficial viewing, you could draw that connection.

    My guess, though perhaps biased because I like Ed Norton so much, is:

    Ed Norton, The Pimp
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    I'll be honest: I enjoyed Fight Club well enough and was probably the only chick who watched it for Norton rather than Brad Pitt (well, OK, I know of another one), but I guess I missed the super deep point.

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    Norton is far better than Pitt. I can see some INTP in him, but I think it is low on the T.

    My fellow ENTJ lass, I'm sure he wouldn't mind having two of us


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    Not only is Norton better than Pitt in Fight Club, he's more attractive.

    Anyway, voting for INTP as well. His acting style and manner of speaking strike me as very NT. I can't argue with people who see some extraverted feeling, because I do as well and at first that confused things, but I don't think he's INFJ. It definitely seems like his preference is thinking.

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    Dominant IT (INTP) hey, not a dominant IN (INFJ/INTJ), nor IF (INFP)? Bigger case for IT and IN than IF I think, after watching his interviews, he's definitely a thinker and stuck in his headspace.
    "Truth stands true, independent of whether you agree with it or not."

    "Don't let what matters least, matter most."

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