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    Now that I am a bit more confident in my type.

    I am going to say Ted Kazinski (from this source)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptgatsby View Post
    Hah... the only way this could be better is if an INTJ said it. Ah well.
    And, though I can hardly stand the guy online, he does seem to be a pretty stereotypical one, so...

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    I don't know if anyone has mentioned this already, but in regards to famous people, the vast majority haven't taken the test, so the types are a guess based on interviews and public behaviour etc.. It's not an accurate way of typing someone.

    I know I'm stating the obvious, but it's true.
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    i can't think of one, i don't even mind sharing a personality with Osama, i can totally see where he's coming from.

    that sounds bad. Not that i would kill thousands of people, or order thousands of people to be killed, but it is something that has crossed my mind a few times, when groups of people start bothering me.
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    Your MBTI type doesn't necessarily nail you down or close you into a box where everyone sharing your type is the same way as you in thought, feeling, and behavior..MBTI is sort of a set of guidelines based on preferences..not diagnosis. There are also other factors that need to be drawn into the picture, such as being insane, being brought up in unnatural living conditions, and basically environmental factors that may influence one to behave outside of the the MBTI line of vision.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sahara View Post
    Osama Bin Laden, I am ashamed to be of the same type (which according to things I have read make him an INFP) as him. Sure he is fighting for his values and what he believes in, but ordering the death of thousands? is that even an infp thing to do?

    I couldn't watch people being killed for differing beliefs than mine, if Fi means to care more about what it takes for the person to be happy, how then can his Fi need to impose what he sees as good onto others, and if not kill them?

    Who do you wish wasn't a representative for your type?
    WTF? Now we see what an unhealthy INFP could do on a grand scale if pushed.

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    For ISTJs, probably a lot of the generals who commit "War Crimes," with the rationale that they were carrying out their commander's orders. I can see the struggle, which makes me all the more thankful not to be in their position.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quietmusician View Post
    WTF? Now we see what an unhealthy INFP could do on a grand scale if pushed.
    I still don't believe he is an INFP, obviously I am basing it on my understanding of myself.

    INFP's are extremely forgiving, even the most scummiest of scumbags can appeal to our hearts for forgiveness as long as their remorse appears genuine. It's hard to pass judgement when you are given a pathway to understanding. Osama doesn't appear to have any empathy whatsoever.

    I used to be a muslim my whole life, just like Osama, I lived amongst extreme views, just like Osama, and yet my understanding empathic nature meant I could never judge someone just for being a different religion from me, even though I was pretty much ordered to do so and I lived under the fear of great repurcussions for my attitude.

    I can't see any INFP able to join in with group slatings of "Kill the west, death to the kuffar", since I was always in trouble for NOT joining in, and passing judgement on the people around me who did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BerberElla View Post
    I used to be a muslim my whole life, just like Osama, I lived amongst extreme views, just like Osama, and yet my understanding empathic nature meant I could never judge someone just for being a different religion from me, even though I was pretty much ordered to do so and I lived under the fear of great repurcussions for my attitude.
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    They don't seem very Islamic in their upbringing -just like you- The whole Bin Laden thingie is quite fishy.

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