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    Quote Originally Posted by sofmarhof View Post
    Amazon.com: Doing Nothing: A History of Loafers, Loungers, Slackers, and Bums in America (9780865477377): Tom Lutz: Books

    This book (which I highly highly recommend) describes Franklin as a secret slacker... although he said, "Early to bed, early to rise," he didn't actually practice it himself. He even wrote that it's more important to appear busy than to be busy
    I'd say that's pretty spot on.
    No friend ever served me, and no enemy ever wronged me, whom I have not repaid in full." Lucius Cornelius Sulla

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    Lets add Sean Parker to that list, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yenom View Post
    Non-Fictional

    Mao Zedong (Anyone who disagree with me can debate here)
    Julius Caesar (Roman Conqueror and leader)
    Pompey The Great (Roman leader and general, rival of Caesar)
    Cao Cao (Chinese general and warlord)
    Oda Nobunaga (Japanese warlord)
    Sun Yat-Sen (Chinese political leader and revolutionary)
    Alexander the Great
    Larry Ellison (Computer Entrepreneur and software billionare)
    Jeff Bezos (Internet Entrepreneur and founder of Amazon)
    Winston Churchill (British leader and prime minister)
    Leonardo Da Vinci
    Christopher Columbus
    Lewis Carroll
    Larry Page (?)(founder of Google)
    Segrey Brin(?)(founder of google)
    Benjamin Franklin
    Voltaire
    Walt Disney
    Ray Kurzweil (futurist and inventor)
    Richard Feynman
    Tom hanks
    Robert Oppenheimer (inventor of the nuclear bomb)
    Thomas Edison
    Nikola Tesla
    Weird AL Yankovic
    Camile Paglia (feminist and writer)
    Seth macFarlane (Creator of Family Guy)
    Marilyn Von Savant (the person with the highest IQ)
    Archimedes
    Ole Kirk Christiansen (Inventor of Lego)
    Socrates
    Stephen chow (Hong Kong Director and screenplayer)
    Osama Bin Laden(?)(Inventor of Terrorism)
    Ted turner (founder of CNN)
    Bill Gross(Internet Entrepreneur)
    Craig Ferguson
    Douglas Adams
    Mark Twain (American author and humorist)
    Meg Whitman (CEO of ebay and candidate of Governor of California)
    Valerie Harper (actress)
    Theodore Rossevelt (American President)
    Julia Child
    Jack Ma (Founder of Alibaba.com)

    Fictional
    Char_Aznable (gundam)
    Q
    Merovingian (The Matrix)
    Cheshire_Cat
    Tassadar (Starcraft)
    Piedmon(Digimon)
    Ba'al (Goa'uld System Lord, Stargate)
    Stewie Griffin (Family Guy)
    Hank Scorpio (Simpsons)
    Oppenheimer is very different from Feynman.
    O. was the head of the team that built the bomb. He did not invent it. It would have been built wihout him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yenom View Post
    Marilyn Von Savant (the person with the highest IQ)
    i love ask marilyn! i have all her books, she's just so witty and full of answers. /melts
    every normal man must be tempted, at times,
    to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag,
    and begin slitting throats.
    h.l. mencken

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    Tony Stark! I think he is ENTP hands down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Oppenheimer is very different from Feynman.
    O. was the head of the team that built the bomb. He did not invent it. It would have been built wihout him.
    In a slightly related subject, I'm reading Oppenheimer's biography right now. There is no way, in this or any parallel universe, that this man is an E

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    Stewie is INTJ.

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    Ya Oppenheimer stroke me as an intj aswell. Ouh god that was naughty
    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    Tycho Brahe


    Tycho was said to own one percent of the entire wealth of Denmark at one point in the 1580s and he often held large social gatherings in his castle. He kept a dwarf named Jepp (whom Tycho believed to be clairvoyant) as a court jester who sat under the table during dinner. Pierre Gassendi wrote that Tycho also had a tame elk (or moose) and that his mentor, Landgrave Wilhelm of Hesse-Kassel, asked whether there was an animal faster than a deer. Tycho replied, writing that there was none, but he could send his tame elk. When Wilhelm replied he would accept one in exchange for a horse, Tycho replied with the sad news that the elk had just died on a visit to entertain a nobleman at Landskrona. Apparently during dinner the elk had drunk a lot of beer, fallen down the stairs, and died.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miss fortune View Post
    I'd describe Henry VIII as more of a sensor personally, having read about his hobbies and motivations- that man knew how to LIVE!

    he showed a lot more Se than Ne, to me anyways
    I watched a show about historical Henry the 8th and seems to me he was quite an intellectual, I mean he wrote a book repudiating Martin Luther.
    Was eager to debate theology, spoke several languages. He got bored fast but kep variety of hobbies, seemed to be quite loyal friend for the most part of his life. He does no strike me as a big S guy.
    Maybe more like Captain Kirk with a looser moral compass.

    I think I'd lean to ENTP on Henry the 8th. But maybe somebody who knows his history better can have a deciding voice

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