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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine
    If ENTPs could be represented by one person (which they certainly can't) it would not be you.
    Actually, Samuel seems very ENTP. Clever, intelligent, and well-read. Hush it up.
    I'm gonna go lie down.

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    Alright everyone, time to take your valium. Sunshine probably just interpreted Samuel's post to be more personal than it was intended, and rebuked in accordance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleep View Post
    Actually, Samuel seems very ENTP. Clever, intelligent, and well-read. Hush it up.
    Why, thank you...
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    Oh lol. Nah I was just messin with Samuel.
    I didn't take it personal.

    On a serious note...come to think of it...he does kind of seem to be a good representation of an ENTP doesn't he?

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    So you guys have never done that then?...tried to type countries that is...we did it a lot on the other forum I was on...of course it wasn't so much of a serious thing as it was just a fun thing. Of course I didn't really think India could be summed up into "INFJ"...I was more just indirectly commenting on the fact that a lot of spiritual leaders come out of India and INFJs often get the spiritual leader stereotype.

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    Yes, Burkina Faso is definitely ESTP. I mean, it's so obvious.
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    I'm a T and I want all F's to die of the plague. How's that for T pride dammit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
    Oh lol. Nah I was just messin with Samuel.
    I didn't take it personal.

    On a serious note...come to think of it...he does kind of seem to be a good representation of an ENTP doesn't he?
    Yes... we've worked it out... I couldn't tell what the 'tone' or 'mood' of Sunshine's post was... now that I know, I think I'm going to enjoy reading Sunshine's posts very much.

    And what, praytell, are you, Sunshine? Type-wise? Or is that a secret we'll all have to divine?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
    So you guys have never done that then?...tried to type countries that is...we did it a lot on the other forum I was on...of course it wasn't so much of a serious thing as it was just a fun thing. Of course I didn't really think India could be summed up into "INFJ"...I was more just indirectly commenting on the fact that a lot of spiritual leaders come out of India and INFJs often get the spiritual leader stereotype.
    So what would the Buddha be?

    My bet is INTP... but then again, the Buddha was very rigorous about observation, taking things as they come, and avoiding leaps in logic... the whole point to his enlightenment is that he came to it very step-by-step... so I'd say ISTP, maybe.

    BUT... the keystone to his whole philosophy and way-of-life was compassion (dayaa)... so ISFP?

    The only thing I'm sure of is IxxP... his knowledge of himself and the universe (if one accepts that claim) came from incredible introversion... knowledge of the outside world was achieved via a process of "nosce te ipsum", as it were... and I couldn't see him as a J, since he tried to begin from an amoral standpoint and simply seek knowledge... he didn't plan through enlightenment, exactly... he worked blind and eventually found it through hardwork... which tells me he's a T...

    The other possibility is that he was originally something like ISTP and managed, through enlightenment, to become superhuman, Buddha (fully knowing)... E/I-N/S-T/F-P/J all at once.

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    I wouldn't argue with your typing of Osho as INFJ... I don't personally believe he was enlightened.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    I'm a T and I want all F's to die of the plague. How's that for T pride dammit!
    Lol. What have I done?! Maybe this thread was a bad idea...


    hahahaha.

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