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    Senior Member the state i am in's Avatar
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    slums of shaolin? i wanna hear your typings of the entire wu tang clan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IEE623 View Post
    Paul Simon INFJ?
    I think so.
    Garfunkel? Perhaps.

    Brian Eno? I'm leaning towards e rather than infj currently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    ENTP, maybe ENTJ.
    Valid points. Considering your data, entj makes the most sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the state i am in View Post
    i'm not sure about typing morrissey an infj instead of an infp. are we getting Fe or Fi from the smiths?
    I'd love to think he is an INFP , but Morrissey is likely an INFJ, IMO. He is far too finicky to be an INFP.
    In concert, his physical movements in concert & way of speaking seem more Fe to me. The way he'll put his hand to his heart and speak in an overly polite way.
    He also speaks very articulately, and while INFPs express ourselves very well in writing, we tend to ramble and be far less clear in verbal conversation.
    He can also be a bit self-righteous, and that's not very INFP.

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    I don't care for his music at all, but Joey Ramone is entp. Think Howard Stern.

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    more music I don't care for: the two main guys in mars volta are infj.

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    ^ wow, that explains the outrageously incomprehensible lyrics. I work with an INFJ guitarist/songwriter who insists on the most outlandish names for songs, and he thinks the symbolism is obvious to anyone other than him...it's kind of funny sometimes.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    P.S.,

    Best pitchforkmedia headline ever, when TMV had some idiot throwing bottles of urine at them on stage:

    Mars Volta Assaulted With Urine On Stage; Retaliate With New 18-Minute Jam, "Hexasymbiotic Extracellular Fluid Counteroffensive"
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    I'd love to think he is an INFP , but Morrissey is likely an INFJ, IMO. He is far too finicky to be an INFP.
    In concert, his physical movements in concert & way of speaking seem more Fe to me. The way he'll put his hand to his heart and speak in an overly polite way.
    He also speaks very articulately, and while INFPs express ourselves very well in writing, we tend to ramble and be far less clear in verbal conversation.
    He can also be a bit self-righteous, and that's not very INFP.
    this makes me think of a chappelle show skit based on the racial draft. i secretly WANT morrissey to be an infj, but in my heart of hearts i'm afraid to get my hopes up. yet part of me considers that maybe he in fact he IS an infj, and it's just all of the Fi (and particularly infps) types i know who love him that is skewing my interpretation.

    (also, i don't really agree with some of your diagnostic. i think infps just take a longer time to develop their writing skills than infjs. by the time our tertiary Ti kicks in, our expression is pretty much complete. Fi takes a longer time to get a grip on, writing probably takes a bit more practice, but auxilary Ne is really creative at generating angles and ideas, and ter Si allows them to hold on to specific concrete things to anchor and focus them. we as infjs might read faster/more than infps as a whole, sometimes i feel like i'm scanning the pages and glossing over them more than slowly digesting them. looking for somethin Ni related, whereas Fi is sorting out and meditating on the feeling-tone of each object. infj learns how to adapt speech-voices to communicate with Fe, and it has more of an immediate conceptual insight from Ni dom. i find infj writing as easiest and most natural when it is at its most Fe talky. it is the first way we learn to express/extravert ourselves).

    also, for some reason, my Ni tells me that morrissey and leonard cohen are the same. i am questioning that bc i have no reason to believe it, but that is what it is telling me.

    i have not thought about brian eno at all, but when you mention him as an infj/enfj it doesn't compute as incorrect. very vast and florid, he is always exploring. plus i think infjs can make great producers. they are probably more me-centric than an enfj producer would be, they would put more of their own stamp on the product, but they can seamlessly blend ideas, concepts, directions. plus based on one interview i read, i felt like he had that look in the eye that infjs can get. views his role as synthesizing vast amounts of (musical) information, and very confident in his big picture understanding/judgment of what is important, relevant, etc.

    joey ramone as entp, i'll remember that. i do not know him very well, i've read punk interview books more than i've listened to his music, seen him perform/talk, etc. it's on my to-do list.

    ps candylandjoe and simulatedworld, your contributions to this thread are PRICELESS. what do you do, simulatedworld?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GZA View Post
    Nah, Hendrix was N fo sho, listen to his interviews. And he seemed to be very imaginative in the INFP sense as a child, too. Some of the ideas he starts talking about (but is too shy to elaborate on) are extremely abstract, like the "Electric Church" thing and stuff like that. Watch some interview videos and find some quotes... you'll see what I mean.

    And yah, I play a few instruments, but you don't need to include me here
    Yeah, that was my second guess. I listened to a biography of him 'Room Full of Mirrors' and it was telling about how his mom died at a young age, and he was quoted as saying something along the lines of 'I'm going to be playing my music, someday, up to the stars for my mother', or 'I'm going to play my music into the stars for my mom'. Just a little example of the type of kid/person he was. You're prob. right on that call.
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