Instead of just saying jixmixfix is completely wrong, please explain what you perceive to be the critical difference between an ISFP and an ISTP, and why you're so convinced that Patton is not an ISFP.
"Sentiment without action is the ruin of the soul." - Edward Abbey
I've been seeing him perform since the early 90s and he changes his persona with each act he's in. I really think he's more of an ENFx, and you can kind of see his Fness in the way he relates to his long time (now separated?) wife. Also his personal values (like avoiding the internet like the plague). I can see a lot of Se in him as well though, but I think his persona is a bit more planned and controlled making me lean towards ENFJ somewhat.
My ex is an ISFP and he's a total film snob, and looks down on people who like mainstream Hollywood movies.
Ss can be intellectual snobs, they're just usually different with their focus on what, how, and why they criticize than Ns.
Speaking from personal experience, I am a total film snob, total music snob, total TV snob, total food snob, total book snob, total smell snob. I'm about as opinionated as they come. But then I get pissed at others when they are snobbish. So I guess I'm also a snob snob.
Mike Patton as ENTP.
Well he looks crazy (both in acts and words) during shows & interviews
and tends to be energetic and creative(ENP).
He uses the vocal instruements, keyboards and other EMIs freely
so he could have Se great as he has been since his 20s(S as third function).
And it was a little confusing thinking him as F or T
but since he is more close to have Ti / Fe than Fi / Te,
it seems that he is ENTP rather than ENFP.
I always thought ENTP too only because he seems exactly like Quentin Tarantino in interviews. I know it's not the most scientific way to go about it, but goddamn do they seem like cousins who use coke together (love 'em both so don't think that's an insult).
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