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    Default Jason Castro's type?

    I think either ISFP or ISTP... definitely IxxP.

    Anybody watch him enough to have some input?

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    Okay, so everybody else besides me has a life?

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    Here's a couple of videos that show a little of the inner workings of his mind:

    American Idol - Videos - Introducing Jason C
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    Idolatry: "American Idol" Performances, Interviews, and Commentary | Video | Entertainment Weekly
    watch Jason Castro part 1 & part 2
    (they're only 3 & 4 min long)
    These two are only available for a short while.
    They don't have their own web address.


    Jason is from Texas.
    His parents were born in Columbia.
    Music runs in the family.

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    Easy: HIGH


    I... suppose. Yeah!

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    That's a stereotype.

    He's never been high in his life.

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    i saw him sing the song Daydreamin' Boy and immediately labeled him NF.

    well, that's obviously not valid proof, but after watching the first video i think ISFP. he says he "likes to build stuff" and enjoys drawing and singing, which are all very physical, hands-on creative outlets. thinking spatially and deriving pleasure from design seems like something a sensor would do.
    also, the idea of horse hooves to produce a gooey food substance really seemed to confuse him. to me, however, it made total sense -- ~*~*everybody~**~ one knows glue and jello consist of cow joints! perhaps he didn't make that connection because he was exposed to that little "fact," or perhaps he just lacked the necessary iNtuition to do so!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ofugur View Post
    i saw him sing the song Daydreamin' Boy and immediately labeled him NF.

    well, that's obviously not valid proof, but after watching the first video i think ISFP. he says he "likes to build stuff" and enjoys drawing and singing, which are all very physical, hands-on creative outlets. thinking spatially and deriving pleasure from design seems like something a sensor would do.
    also, the idea of horse hooves to produce a gooey food substance really seemed to confuse him. to me, however, it made total sense -- ~*~*everybody~**~ one knows glue and jello consist of cow joints! perhaps he didn't make that connection because he was exposed to that little "fact," or perhaps he just lacked the necessary iNtuition to do so!
    Thank you for your thoughtful response!
    Good points!

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