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    Unealty ENTPs dont find tis to be ood music + unealty entps ave keyboards tat are not broken !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenneth Almighty View Post
    Fuck Si.

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    Uh?

    Developing Si is key to my sanity. I used to have a hard time remembering what someone said five minutes ago, and I hated getting involved in physical activities. Exercising/playing basketball, reading, and most importantly, setting my own self identity (I've had some rough issues with who I am in the past) are all things I'll rely on if I'm stressed.

    Take yesterday for exampre: I nearly got into a traffic accident because of my stupidity and lack of attention to everything around me. I came home feeling a little defeated mentally then started shooting hoops. After about a half hour, I'd swished a good ten in a row, which had me in a great mood to start on creative projects, and since my mind had a rest for a while, my Ne was on full blast. The ideas were endless.

    I'd like to hear your less-positive review of it.
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    What does an unhealthy ENTP look like (if there's even such a thing)? What does an unhealthy ENTP look like (if there's even such a thing)?
    Oh, there are quite a lot of unhealthy entps.

    An unhealthy entp would have weak Fe. They would simply have it on and off. this is quite dangerous. This implies that they would use it when they want something. Not when it matters. Now that is quite unhealthy. Fe could be easily used to manipulate people.

    Solitary Walker made some good points regarding how unhealthy ENTPs would use Fe. I'll post it here.

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    Eminem's alter ego - Slim Shady, and The Joker from The Dark Knight.

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    The Joker description - ENTP Profile
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    yet if unbalanced the ENTP will likely plow forward with their crude value judgments expecting to receive benign results
    This.

    Eminem's alter ego - Slim Shady, and The Joker from The Dark Knight.
    The Joker a is a Psychopath, so it's quite hard to use him as an example to depict unhealthy ENTPs. He is a homicidal psychopath.

    And slim shady sucks. He also is only a critique. How could that be used depict unhealthy ENTPs?

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    The Joker is an ENTP - hands down. If you don't see the downward spiral into psychopathy as "unhealthy", than I really can't help you here.

    Also, I didn't ask your opinion on Slim Shady. I was simply stating a fact - he's a pop culture character that is ENTP - and very unhealthy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curzon View Post

    The Joker a is a Psychopath, so it's quite hard to use him as an example to depict unhealthy ENTPs. He is a homicidal psychopath.
    Pyschopath = unhealthy
    Joker = ENTP
    Joker = psychopath

    Thus, Joker = unhealthy ENTP

    You can be both.

    His psychopathy is fueled by Ne's curiosity to press as many buttons as he can, and his curiosity just happens to involve social dynamics, so he uses people for certain immoral experiments with complete disregard for ethics.

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