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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell View Post
    Genius
    Nah, I got a better one:

    At least we live in the present reality. *BOOOOOOOOOOOM*
    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Nah, I got a better one:

    At least we live in the present reality. *BOOOOOOOOOOOM*
    Oooooooooooooooooooh Naughty

    You must be an ENTP

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell View Post
    Visits to Stratford and around the Globe.... He was known for being a bit of a lad / risky...
    How was he known for being a bit of a lad/risky?


    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell View Post
    The P type is a guess based on memory of info but not nailed by any strech, but the E type I'm pretty confident about.... he an actor before he wrote, and was known socaliser....

    I think although I put the N in, it is a big assumption...
    An actor before he wrote? There is no evidence of this. A known socialiser? Well he was friends with Ben Jonson, but I don't know how this makes him a "known socialiser".
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    they seem to be in some kind of ignoring run. I will never get it . It's definitly something royal or aristocratic.

    They prefer to talk about entp writers instead of to the entps writing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlahBlahNounBlah View Post
    They prefer to talk about entp writers instead of to the entps writing.
    Good thing is we got magic, bad thing is they dont.

    So I am pretty laied back . You want a beer too ? Comes fresh out of the cool improvised frigde in the river
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    English history of the time and the view of actors/thesps/theater types.

    He was an actor and acted in his own plays (prfectly normal at that time)... Wiki him, it has a quote tha a critic made. This was how theatre worked at the time... which was a very unsavory profession(women were not on stage at this point and when they eventaully were - they were considered prostitutes). Theatre company memebrs of the day typically did all jobs, so it's not at all surprising.

    It's quite unlikey that these types of life choices at that point in time would have him as an Intovert. Theater types were known to be outragious socalisers - look for life in London during this time....

    Can this garantee anything? categorically not... they guys been dead for centrues but with some knowledge of history it's not that difficult. Try looking up some tourist stuff for Stratford and around the Globe in London.

    Incidentally Shakespear live for a while in Sothwark (pronounced Suthick) which Vincent Van Gough also live for a while. Actaully even today there is still a very arty community.

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    Thomas More
    William Shakespeare
    Lewis Caroll
    Truman Capote
    Hunter S Thompson
    Douglas Adams
    Hilaire Belloc
    Roald Dahl
    Diana Wynne Jones
    Voltaire
    Jules Verne
    Ken Kesey
    Henry Miller
    Allen Ginsberg
    D H Lawrence
    Charles Baudelaire
    Arthur Rimbaud
    Michel de Montaigne
    Tom Robbins
    John Donne
    Lord Byron
    Christopher Marlowe
    Benjamin Disraeli
    Laurence Sterne
    Daniel Defoe
    Thomas Malory
    Walt Whitman
    Oscar Wilde
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    i bet most of these writers were enneagram 4s, however. not all enneagram 4 types are infps. but enneagram 4 types are the miners of the soul/the self. and bring a universality to man from his most inward life.
    That's beautiful.

    Henry Miller...ENTP? Really? Always thought he was ESTP. I read him at the same time I read Anais Nin INFP.

    I am strangely drawn to INTP writers like Haruki Murakami and Gabriel Garcia Marques, Albert Camus maybe, identical spirits but theirs is more articulate and symmetrical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebe View Post
    That's beautiful.

    Henry Miller...ENTP? Really? Always thought he was ESTP. I read him at the same time I read Anais Nin INFP.

    I am strangely drawn to INTP writers like Haruki Murakami and Gabriel Garcia Marques, Albert Camus maybe, identical spirits but theirs is more articulate and symmetrical.
    Aren't Murakami, Marquez and Camus INFPs? :/
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    Quote Originally Posted by dynamiteninja View Post
    Aren't Marquez and Camus INFPs?
    They are.

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