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    An F criminal would most likely commit a crime of passion, i.e. something of emotional value or charge. An F, for instance, would probably be more likely to, say, kill someone as an act of hatred or vengeance.

    A T criminal, on the other hand, would probably commit a "colder" crime. Example: the Unabomber (who was most likely INTP) coldly and methodically planned the deaths of individuals via home-made explosive devices.
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    In that case, which would you say is more "evil", the F or T?

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    I didn't beleive that the OP was asking about the difference between Thinkers and Feelers and how that would manifest in criminal behavior I merely thought it was asking about type and criminal behavior.

    It's sometimes interesting to watch someone direct a thread as they see fit.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I didn't beleive that the OP was asking about the difference between Thinkers and Feelers and how that would manifest in criminal behavior I merely thought it was asking about type and criminal behavior.

    It's sometimes interesting to watch someone direct a thread as they see fit.....
    I know that isn't what the OP was asking. But considering no one seems to be responding to the OPs exact question, I thought I'd start talking about something closely related to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deep rain View Post
    I know that isn't what the OP was asking. But considering no one seems to be responding to the OPs exact question, I started talking about something closely related to it.
    IC... so we aren't supposed to talk about "bad" or "good" people... just "evil" ones. Right? Geez... don't think I can do that unless you define "evil."

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    criminal- one who commits crime

    I would assume that different types would more naturally be attracted to different crimes that they would excell at, for instance I would happily hire an IxTP as a hit person or to build a bomb, and I'm guessing that ExxPs probably are excellent conmen and women!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seanan View Post
    IC... so we aren't supposed to talk about "bad" or "good" people... just "evil" ones. Right? Geez... don't think I can do that unless you define "evil."
    You're not making much sense to me. The beginning of the convo was about good and bad people. We came to terms that it's everyone's opinions on what they think about it. I didn't want conflict starting so I made a note of it. Whatever the OP wants to know, he's never getting too much direct informative responses, so I thought maybe if I talk about the differences in T and F criminals, we may wind back to the original topic and can start talking about it, or at least something closesly related to it.

    Define your own definition of "evil" if you want to respond to it. I asked because I wanted other's opinions on it.

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    actually, Uber was the one who seemed to be getting this thread right!

    no good or bad people discussing- that's philosophy and spirituality forum stuff- we're talking type and crime here baby!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I would happily hire an IxTP as a hit person or to build a bomb
    Happily?


    I think INTx types would make the best serial killers.

    As for personal revenge, especially NFJs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deep rain View Post
    You're not making much sense to me.
    I know.

    I don't censor others... that's a mod's job.

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