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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    you're right actually...he doesn't dislike people but seems to feel better when they're not around haha
    This is true, I remember in Women when he say to Lidya, his party-lover girlfriend that the least he's around people the most he like them, but can't stand them in reality, and especially hate parties.
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    yeah...but he does seem to be intrigued or amused by people and their odd habits...especially ones he can't relate to...is it se he's using or ne? se ti? or ti ne or se ni? what do you think?
    soo confusing...have to leave for work...i'll check back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    yeah...but he does seem to be intrigued or amused by people and their odd habits...especially ones he can't relate to...is it se he's using or ne? .
    Probably Ne-aux, yes. He could be either INTP or INFP, but anyway, he was not a stereotypycal one.
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    Hmmm, I think I legitimately find him to be INTP.
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    something feels off about intp...i think i'd buy isfp or infp more...hmm
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    I typed his as ENTP in the OP because he was very provocative and loved to play the devil's advocate. He was also very analytical and at ease to play with other people's spirits in debate and groups discussion because he was always 10 steps ahead from the politically correct mentality. It's very blatant in the french video. In the same video, he ranted constantly and openly, flirted with the old female writer next to him, drink and get drunk. Then he leaved the stage before the end and threatened a vigil with the knife while the camera filmed him.

    At the same time he displayed a lot of introversion and had a lot of stereotypycal ISTP activities like baseball, boxing, drinking, or bet on horses. So I could see him as an INTP.
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    okay...i'll watch your videos. i was just going by what i read of him in his autobiography.
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    oh damn...actually i have seen many of these already. i believe blue made a thread about this at one point.
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    Have you ever seen the french video? I guess it can be difficult to watch with the translation over there.
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    i'll look...sec
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