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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    How on earth could Gus be INTP? He may be fairly introverted, but he practically excretes Te. Fe

    <--edit: okay this thing isn't really capturing the moment for me but whateves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post
    <--edit: okay this thing isn't really capturing the moment for me but whateves.
    ESFJ - the "provider" just took on a whole new meaning. Terrifying.

    Though if he was about the extraverted feels, I would say ENFJ.

    Frankly, my reasoning for him being an extravert is that he has such a consistent, direct impact on his environment; everything from his house to his people is concisely organized. In that way, he's unreal, since he's also rather self-contained and reserved. Still, he seems subtly engaged.

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    68%!? Get your shit together Todd.
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    Welcome back. Yes it's surely todd who is cooking it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    How on earth could Gus be INTP? He may be fairly introverted, but he practically excretes Te.
    A better question is, "How could you possibly think that Walter is an Sx dom?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    A better question is, "How could you possibly think that Walter is an Sx dom?"
    Why not?

    Yeah, I could see sp/sx too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    ESFJ - the "provider" just took on a whole new meaning. Terrifying.

    Though if he was about the extraverted feels, I would say ENFJ.

    Frankly, my reasoning for him being an extravert is that he has such a consistent, direct impact on his environment; everything from his house to his people is concisely organized. In that way, he's unreal, since he's also rather self-contained and reserved. Still, he seems subtly engaged.
    I'm totally cracking up right now at the little dog paw in your avatar pouring something haha.

    Since I'm basically a season behind I haven't read this thread in a meaningful way... whenever I do read a new post I open the thread with one eye closed (seriously) until I know it is safe ha! But yah I don't really know how people are typing Gus... you/others were thinking ExTJ? I see him as one bad ass m^*@er-f%#%in eNFJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    Why not?

    Yeah, I could see sp/sx too.
    The man has no sx at all. The man isn't intense at all, and could give less of a damn about his relationship. He never does anything affectionate with his wife at all and doesn't really seem comfortable with affection at all. All the man really does is just work all the time: he works his chemistry teaching job, and he constantly is out with Jessie selling drugs and building his empire. However, at the end of the day, he never has time for his wife and could less of a shit about being with her.

    Also, sp/sx types tend to have a detached and cold vibe to them, but he has more of a sp/so vibe to him. I believe him to be sp/so with weak so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    The man has no sx at all. The man isn't intense at all, and could give less of a damn about his relationship. He never does anything affectionate with his wife at all and doesn't really seem comfortable with affection at all. All the man really does is just work all the time: he works his chemistry teaching job, and he constantly is out with Jessie selling drugs and building his empire. However, at the end of the day, he never has time for his wife and could less of a shit about being with her.

    Also, sp/sx types tend to have a detached and cold vibe to them, but he has more of a sp/so vibe to him. I believe him to be sp/so with weak so.
    sx isn't necessarily about comfortability affection, especially when it's a secondary instinct. My reasoning for him being sx at all is that his initial rationale for selling meth in the first place was to strengthen the stability of those who he had one on one relationships with. He leaves the broader social context to be dealt with by his lackeys.

    "I AM THE ONE WHO KNOCKS." Has to be one of, if not the most, intense and passionate statements to be uttered in the entire show. On some level, the guy thinks he's a superstar, and he shows it when he displays aggressive power over the members of his family - forcing his son to drink - practically raping his pregnant wife - letting his pride almost blow his cover when Hank showed respect for activities that were misappropriated as Hiesenberg's work. All this points to an extremely individualized and intense way of identifying with the world, shrewd and understated though it may be. And though he doesn't know how to be a family man, he shows regret and longing when his wife goes cold on him, even when the show is over and he drops his charade. It's one of the major internal conflicts he experiences through the series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    sx isn't necessarily about comfortability affection, especially when it's a secondary instinct. My reasoning for him being sx at all is that his initial rationale for selling meth in the first place was to strengthen the stability of those who he had one on one relationships with. He leaves the broader social context to be dealt with by his lackeys.

    "I AM THE ONE WHO KNOCKS." Has to be one of, if not the most, intense and passionate statements to be uttered in the entire show. On some level, the guy thinks he's a superstar, and he shows it when he displays aggressive power over the members of his family - forcing his son to drink - practically raping his pregnant wife - letting his pride almost blow his cover when Hank showed respect for activities that were misappropriated as Hiesenberg's work. All this points to an extremely individualized and intense way of identifying with the world, shrewd and understated though it may be. And though he doesn't know how to be a family man, he shows regret and longing when his wife goes cold on him, even when the show is over and he drops his charade. It's one of the major internal conflicts he experiences through the series.
    Sp/so also wants to provide for their family as well. What's your point?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    sx isn't necessarily about comfortability affection, especially when it's a secondary instinct. My reasoning for him being sx at all is that his initial rationale for selling meth in the first place was to strengthen the stability of those who he had one on one relationships with. He leaves the broader social context to be dealt with by his lackeys.

    "I AM THE ONE WHO KNOCKS." Has to be one of, if not the most, intense and passionate statements to be uttered in the entire show. On some level, the guy thinks he's a superstar, and he shows it when he displays aggressive power over the members of his family - forcing his son to drink - practically raping his pregnant wife - letting his pride almost blow his cover when Hank showed respect for activities that were misappropriated as Hiesenberg's work. All this points to an extremely individualized and intense way of identifying with the world, shrewd and understated though it may be. And though he doesn't know how to be a family man, he shows regret and longing when his wife goes cold on him, even when the show is over and he drops his charade. It's one of the major internal conflicts he experiences through the series.
    Sp/so also wants to provide for their family as well. What's your point?

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