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    Scream down the boulevard LadyJaye's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by IF3157 View Post

    Well, nobody said ExFPs were sane or free of paranoia . . .
    And nobody said NTP's weren't pedantic and prone to sophistry, but I believe it is inferred.


    Besides, sanity is overrated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyJaye View Post
    And nobody said NTP's weren't pedantic and prone to sophistry, but I believe it is inferred.


    Besides, sanity is overrated.
    It is inferred that they are not?
    Yes, sanity is overrated. Never got me anything good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IF3157 View Post
    It is inferred that they are not?
    Yes, sanity is overrated. Never got me anything good.
    No, it is inferred that they are. No one said they weren't, ere go it is understood. Except now, of course.

    Funny that I still attempt to be sane. Must be some sort of knee jerk response.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyJaye View Post
    No, it is inferred that they are. No one said they weren't, ere go it is understood. Except now, of course.
    Ah, I see. Thing is: pedantry and sophistry never struck me as a particularly NTP trait- given the inclination to always think there's a bit of information out there that is not being taken into calculation. It requires a kind of certainty that seems J-ish to me, I infer classically un-NTP-ish. But what do I know? I'm no Bluewing


    Quote Originally Posted by LadyJaye View Post
    Funny that I still attempt to be sane. Must be some sort of knee jerk response.
    Some strive for sanity and others have it thrust upon us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IF3157 View Post
    But what do I know? I'm no Bluewing
    And we are all so grateful for that.



    Some strive for sanity and others have it thrust upon us.
    Cruel sane world. LEAVE US ALONE! *shakes tiny fist*

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    Quote Originally Posted by IF3157 View Post
    Ah, I see. Thing is: pedantry and sophistry never struck me as a particularly NTP trait- given the inclination to always think there's a bit of information out there that is not being taken into calculation. It requires a kind of certainty that seems J-ish to me, I infer classically un-NTP-ish. But what do I know? I'm no Bluewing
    You know, one would think that, but I haven't found that true in observation. What I've seen is that it's more of an Si thing rather than a Je thing, so an NTP would have it to an extent, though the INTPs more so than the ENTPs.
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    ENTPs: Simply because I think the universe would implode if two ENTPs got into an epic battle against each other. It would be similar to your future self meeting your past self. Nobody really knows what would happen... haha.

    For an example, Tyler Durden from Fight Club is the quintessential ENTP.
    Charming, Scheming, Logical, Adaptable.
    Leading, Theoretical, Rational, Versatile.



    ENTJs: An evil and unbalanced ENTJ is semi-frightening, but more annoying than anything. ENTJ's Te supported with a strong Judging preference can be a son of a bitch. Cold, rational, logical, unyielding. Unable to change a plan; hence, you are unable manipulate their mind and influence them to change it. If an ENTJ is unaware of a "minor" rule which interferes with their plan, they will overtly break it and defend their action to the end. If at anytime someone else tries to exercise the same rule breaking the ENTJ will then enforce the rule to the very end. The point of this is to piss others off to the point of anger and insanity.
    Yeah... my best friend is an eNTJ. We play a lot of board games and stuff. He cheats a lot.

    Fortunately, ENTJs do not have the tactful and charismatic charm of the ENTP. So the ENTJ is unable to woo people into compliance and agreement. ENTJ's have to force, coerce and compel people and then control them. ENTP's persuade, convince, and influence people into acting "on their own" (haha, but not really).




    IST*s: Because they get things done. Their efficiency and effectiveness is second to none. Unlike an ENTJ's, IST*'s work fast. Their not really scary... just good at reining things. Think of Jack Bauer and Jason Bourne going against you.
    Also, the scariest people I know are IST*'s.



    ESFPs are the least scary.
    Last edited by Argus; 09-05-2008 at 02:45 AM.

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