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    Ugh, yeah, I'd still say isfp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    I guess this makes sense, his comedy IS entirely observational in nature. Se identifies, Ni twists.
    I think this thread demonstrates just how far off the common MBTI understanding of temperaments is.

    The common MBTI classification of S's is really that of SJ's. It may be because SP creativity is read into too much by N's, especially NF's. But we SPs do it for no other reason than that it's amusing to us, not because we're seeing some kind of underlying meaning or connection. Puns are puns, slogans are catchy and logos just look nice. Trying to find underlying abstraction in all of that just makes our heads hurt.

    I don't see Hedberg as abstract in any way, shape or form. In fact he seems to very obviously be a creative SP. Especially since his jokes seem to distort meaning, not shed light on it.

    We SPs make the best comedians, btw. And yes, the introverted SP types can get nervous onstage, at least and especially ISFPs, even though as a whole we are the boldest temperament.

    Oh, and Letterman an ENTJ? Seriously?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stellar renegade View Post
    We SPs make the best comedians, btw.
    Awww but Carlin was ENTP!

    And Richard Pryor came off as kind of ENFP with all his talk of social progress and stuff when he wasn't doing comedy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    Awww but Carlin was ENTP!

    And Richard Pryor came off as kind of ENFP with all his talk of social progress and stuff when he wasn't doing comedy.

    What do you think?
    I don't know much about either of them, but it's definitely a possibility, especially with how you described Pryor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    Awww but Carlin was ENTP!

    And Richard Pryor came off as kind of ENFP with all his talk of social progress and stuff when he wasn't doing comedy.

    What do you think?
    Carlin was definitely an ENTP. Richard Pryor comes across as an ENFJ to me. He liked pushing buttons with hidden (and not so hidden) meanings, which can be an ENFJ trait, as well.

    YouTube - George Carlin "Farting in Public" Back in Town [1996] (an open-ended joke seems Ne-dom to me. You start off strong, keep getting stronger, but don't always have a ending).

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    He seems so smart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koocoomoo View Post
    He seems so smart.
    Every type is smart, just in different ways. NTs aren't the only smart ones, y'know. :rolli:

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    Quote Originally Posted by stellar renegade View Post

    We SPs make the best comedians
    Maybe the most entertaining in some ways, but best? Isn't that a matter concerning indivdual preference and not a universal truth?

    I think the majority of Stand-up comedians are SPs (Since they thrive off the immediacy and mood of performing for a live audience) but majority doesn't equate to 'Best".

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    Quote Originally Posted by stellar renegade View Post
    Every type is smart, just in different ways. NTs aren't the only smart ones, y'know. :rolli:

    Intelligence is more a matter of how hard you work at life, not your predetermined personality.
    it was just. an. observation.

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