ENTJ Te Se = Undying devotion to empiricism (factoid implementation and testing)
Se can make us look like ESXPs due to our devotion to empirical proof.
I had someone accuse me of preferring S for the above mentioned reasons.
It was a couple years ago when I was reading the INTP forum,
where one of the members said they thought ENTJ's are the most "un-NT-like," of all the NT's.
I happen to value Te, Ni, Se immensely.
(For the record, I don't believe there's a predetermined function order, anyway. It's all assumptive.)
That's why I don't agree with anyone who whines about "sensors."
It's ignorant B.S.
If this is the best of possible worlds, what then are the others?
― Voltaire, Candide
I understand where you're coming from there. Nobody gets to see my Ni, they only see the Te, so I'm sometimes confused (at first sight) for an ISTJ -- especially if I'm doing something menial at the time.
Aleph-One, you look like the kind of person who would spend his spare time building a giant robot to hold the government for ransom. -Some Guy on the Internet