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    Some more evidence of Se at 1:12.


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    oh no I believe james cameron. He is Se all the way, most likely an E8. I wrote a sci fi fantasy book and the only author who seems to have a similar style is james cameron.

    steve jobs is not an Se assassin. If he is, I will suck your balls. A lesson in Se:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Azure Flame View Post
    oh no I believe james cameron. He is Se all the way, most likely an E8. I wrote a sci fi fantasy book and the only author who seems to have a similar style is james cameron.

    steve jobs is not an Se assassin. If he is, I will suck your balls. A lesson in Se:

    Good that we agree. I just decided that I'm dedicating the rest of my life to making it as a film maker and james cameron is a convenient person for me to look up to.

    Yea I guess steve jobs is a bit nerdy for an assassin. But the guy was oozing aggression and I can see myself in him.

    Psh that ain't Se. Needs more speed.






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    Anyone want to take a guess on his instinct stacking? I'm thinking sx/so/sp. He bought a farm in new zealand to prepare for the end of the world so I'm seeing some sp but his movies are about social issues.

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    Intuitive seems pretty obvious to me, I can really sense a deep intuition in his movies. They seem big picture oriented and especially impressionistic, rather than being about a clear and detailed presentation. I just finished watching Titanic again, the movie totally feels like "general vibe" directing, as though it's purposefully emphasizing an overall underlying theme rather than trying to come together sensorially as a complete "experience." I mean really watch his movies. He's a great director and I'm sure he has a lot of sensors working on his movies too.

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    Even Kiersey pegged him as ENTJ.

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    ... well, if KEIRSEY said it....
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

    “Pleasure to me is wonder—the unexplored, the unexpected, the thing that is hidden and the changeless thing that lurks behind superficial mutability. To trace the remote in the immediate; the eternal in the ephemeral; the past in the present; the infinite in the finite; these are to me the springs of delight and beauty.” ~ H.P. Lovecraft

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    Fuck Keirsey.

    Quote Originally Posted by Azure Flame View Post
    I'll agree to STP for james cameron. His self expression and my own have a lot in common.
    Dude, it's uncanny how similar you guys are in your mannerisms. I never made that connection before, but I knew there was someone famous your videos reminded me of.

    It's also that piercing eagle eye you talk about in the ENFJ vs ESTP video

    It's pretty amusing to me that whenever there is a person considered a visionary in society and popular culture, people almost always assume they must be an intuitive, as if to say that sensors are incapable of being progressive or inventive.

    As for Steve Jobs...yes he looked and acted a bit ISTP-ish, but his speech style is Ne all the way. Like an enthusiastic 6 year old, almost.
    Last edited by asynartetic; 03-07-2014 at 09:51 AM. Reason: naw Keirsey is okay I suppose

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyedecker View Post
    As for Steve Jobs...yes he looked and acted a bit ISTP-ish, but his speech style is Ne all the way. Like an enthusiastic 6 year old, almost.
    Every E7 acts like a 6 yr old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ü™ View Post
    Even Kiersey pegged him as ENTJ.
    I can definitely see that. He seems very direct and ordered. He just says what he knows instead of "hmm"ing to himself like a perceiver. He thinks and acts socially and well-spoken instead of reacting privately to his own thoughts. He doesn't get mentally stalled in social situations. He's much too natural with people like there's not even a thought otherwise, like he lives and operates (especially best) relying on people. Comparatively he reminds me much more of an INTJ than an ESTP. A visionary who's all about getting things done and the various ways and possibilities of just "how?" Reminds me of a less intense Gordon Ramsay in this regard, someone I was looking at earlier.

    Also, I don't pay attention to whose expressions so-and-so looks like when I'm typing MBTI. Seems kind of off-topic.

    I mean if you want to look at Cameron's expressions, look at the way he always focuses on people in his workplace and continuously meets them in the eyes for fluid feedback, instead of trying to 'focus' on his own work like everyone's separately appointed.

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