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    ROFL go entropie

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    Someone should make an investigation on the distribution of bosses in the business and the mafia. I bet you find a fairly balanced ENTJ / ENTP distribution there, where the ENTP are somewaht in favour regarding the mafia .

    But to differentiate ENTJ and ENTP through business and mafia, probably wont help to detect inequalities
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    I'd expect to find ENTP in more creative / strategic roles. Every single ENTJ I have ever met has been as creative as a brick.
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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    probably it's all been said.
    ENTPs are ok.
    ENTJs are EVIL!!!!!!! :horor:

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    The ENTJ dog was cute *saves pic*.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    I'd expect to find ENTP in more creative / strategic roles. Every single ENTJ I have ever met has been as creative as a brick.
    then i would bet those were actaully eStj's...

    what if i went around saying ENTPs were all idiots unless it came to a social scheme? it'd be wrong because thats actaully how i view eStp's

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    Not-creative does not equal stupid. I have tremendous respect for ENTJ's, bordering on envy. They just seem rather conventional, though this could be from the vantage point of the totally unconventional ENTP's.
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    I'd expect to find ENTP in more creative / strategic roles. Every single ENTJ I have ever met has been as creative as a brick.
    Yeah you are right "more creative", impish grin here .

    No. Jokes aside:

    I have no jurisdiction to call anyone being evil and I would never do so. I would like to find out more about ENTJ, but it's though to get to know them.

    I find it intresting to compare ENTP and ENTJ and I hope the idea for such a comparison does not generate of them having 3 letters in common. Because the 4 functions the ENTJ is made of are completly different and therefore a comparison would lack any common ground. It would be two distinct individuals with two distinct qualities and the thread will end up in a whole mess.

    I myself have never had any difficulties with ENTJ. I think, if both parties stay on the ground and focus on the real, there is a distinct quality to their meeting and as it is said "opposites attract", I've never encountered an ENTJ being so far off that I would go on the barricades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    it's though to get to know them.
    You got that right. Cos you've gotta do something to 'merit' their attention, otherwise they just sweep their scan past you - "not a threat". Such as...

    ! STOP CALLING ENTJ EVIL ! call them pussies that will hurt em more
    That works! Really, I'm almost coming to the conclusion that about the only way to become an ENTJ's friend is to first become their enemy, even just for a few minutes. Or make them realize you know shit they don't, make them want to know it, then hold it like a carrot just out of their reach... a bit like a prisoner who cuts a deal with the hangman at the last minute by suggesting that his wife, who gave birth to a kid 9 months after they married, wasn't a virgin when they were married, but that he'll need to let the guy live to show him the proof. Or something
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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    You got that right. Cos you've gotta do something to 'merit' their attention, otherwise they just sweep their scan past you - "not a threat". Such as...
    Good idea there. Maybe that is where finally the "Introverted Intuition" reveals itself
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