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    Default Type This Guy!

    No, It's not me in the video.

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    “Culture?” says Paul McCartney. “This isn't culture. It's just a good laugh.”

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    He's an ESTP out of his head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lion 4.5 View Post
    He's an ESTP out of his head.
    Bipolar, I'm sure. I've had him on my Facebook friends list for a few years, and he's super tolerant for managing to put up with me for so long there.

    So, how about his enneagram type?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    Bipolar, I'm sure. I've had him on my Facebook friends list for a few years, and he's super tolerant for managing to put up with me for so long there.

    So, how about his enneagram type?
    No clue. I think it's a hard thing to find out, and I don't understand it nearly so well as JCFs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lion 4.5 View Post
    No clue. I think it's a hard thing to find out, and I don't understand it nearly so well as JCFs.
    All the descriptions boil down to one-size-fits-all stereotypes anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    All the descriptions boil down to one-size-fits-all stereotypes anyway.
    Well, by that standard I'm going to say 7 because he's on drugs.

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    7w6...?

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    I think you're close...
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    Here's some more to go on, written by the same guy:

    When I injured my back and the baby came early I lamented that I would not have cleaned my home and maintained it in good condition for a child. I worried that some dark soul would call child protective services and that they would take our child away. Phyllie tried to soothe me and told me not to worry. The reason I have posted very little today is that they came. They came and took pictures and I cleaned and cleaned, Only tomorrow will tell if I cleaned well enough. I have gone back on my vow not to push my back too far. I pushed it as far as I could. I've probably set my healing back by two week or worse. I rest tonight with great uncertainty whether I will be treated fairly by the authorities. I don't know I could have been expected to have done any better when I had to be up on my feet cooking meals, driving to pediatricians, applying for public assistance since we were unable to save money to pay for Phyllie's leave of absence from work. Phyllis needed to stay in bed and nurse our very small child. Her mother came and helped us clean. I swore I would not trust her unless she demonstrated real change for good in my life, so in this she has regained my trust. Someone acted with great malice against us today and I am sick to death of going through the ringer over and over again, fighting and struggling like a man under a curse to save his family. We stood in our home with holy incense sai flora burning and said the prayer of the Bab for protection, and how intense was my longing for those mighty words of assurance to be true. During our cleaning we had no choice but to give the baby some formula-- and to me infant formula might as well be chicken mac nuggets. But the tyrant cares for nothing but the letter of the law, while there is no way on earth our horrific mess could have harmed a child who is unable to crawl yet. If we survive this I wonder what our unseen enemy has in store for us next and who they might be. This much is certain-- someone attacked my family with great malice today. A curse on those who love laws better than human beings. They are the barbarians and their lockstep march into a senseless and bleak future will be rewarded with the collapse of civilization if we let them. Send us what blessings you may.
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    His writing tells me the following: He has been doing a lot of reading of high fantasy, or some other older or dressed up to look older writing, and is a highly verbal person because his imitation of the style and/or absorption is not very stilted; it reads almost naturally, which is quite difficult to do without naturally perfect 'pitch' in reading and writing. His style is also somewhat reminiscent of the Russian authors in translation, like Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment. In fact, he presents himself here much like Marmeladov in Crime and Punishment, if you have read it. Instead of being drunk all the time, he's just on drugs. It is nearly impossible for a normal person to fake sincerity in writing like that, especially if they didn't spend much time on it; however, that guy spent some time over that posting. So, it could be that the drugs have given a sense of tragedy to his pen, and that's where the high fantasy and Russian touches come in. I'm not a good enough literary analyst to tell you. But I do know he is a natural when it comes to telling a story, and probably reading and writing generally.

    I changed my mind on ESTP. No ESTP would write like that unless he was insane, and even then I dont' think he could do it. They write bluntly, simply, and to the point; they are 'cut to the chase' people who don't revel in emotional situations. If they are being emotional in public like that, it would be part of a break down, not a semi-carefully constructed post. The author of that is reveling in his situation; you have to have a natural sense of the dramatic to do that, I think.

    This guy really seems like he might believe some of the sacrament stuff he is talking about; at least in the moment, he is persuading himself of it or he couldn't write about it so well. Your attitudes always leach out into your writing. So, he has probably a poor capacity for analysis, and is willing to accept a good story as valid evidence for something.

    Maybe ESFJ? I know an ESFJ who is able to write in an almost similar antiquated style without being ironic, and there's nothing in the text that makes ESFJ unworkable. Or perhaps ESFP? But I don't think so; this guy has a little bit of an intellectual varnish, and that is a characteristic I've seen in many more ESFJs than ESFPs. ESFPs can be intellectual, but they don't look or sound intellectual, if you know what I mean. This guy to me just doesn't have the ESFP energy. It's more like the ESFJ 'telling you guys a story' kind of thing.

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