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    Well to be called a 560 SEC, one has to be as good as Kalle Grabowski, whose favourite car in gold that one is. Kalle has serious anger management issues and the movie starts with Kalle breaking out of jail cause he has seen his wife with another guy in a porn movie (what was commented by his cellmate as in bad idea )

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    I think with some ISTP's, their Ti stands out in a heavily deterministic way, act a little interrogative or demand clear reasoning from others, where it might seem stereotypically NT-like (yet, I don't think all NTs are like that either). Other ISTPs kind of flow and think with their bodies, have relatively few words to offer.. and don't give a shit about asking people a lot of questions (although they'd ask themselves a lot of questions, I'm sure).

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    This is how types looks to outsider I think (people that don't know them well yet):

    ISTP - INTJ
    ISFP - INFJ
    ISTJ - INTP
    ISFJ - INFP
    ESTP - ENTJ
    ESFP - ENFJ
    ESTJ - ENTP
    ESFJ - ENFP

    I forgot where I exactly got this info (maybe in Socionics).

    So about the topic why ISTP are closer to INTJ, maybe because the way they interact outside the world, both thinkers and have Se function. And ISTP and INTJ can hold parts of themselves unless they have to do something.

    I see there are not much INTJ replying in this thread, what's your ideas about this people?

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    Yes and no because ISTP, ENTP, ENTJ, and INTJ all study theory but they need to in some way impose their knowledge upon the external world and acheive real results with it whereas INTPs will just study the theory and be satisfied though they may in principle grasp the theory better and also ISTPs and INTPs are similar since they are both what you could call cool self contained problem solvers though INTP is somewhat more of an abstract minded systems analyst as well whereas the ISTP is just the first.

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