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    which one?
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post

    Quote Originally Posted by eck
    If you think you're really hot, shallow you're an ENTP.
    Fixed.
    So...ENTPs are aware of their own shallowness?
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    So...ENTPs are aware of their own shallowness?
    What do you mean by swelliness ? That's actually a really nasty thing to say
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    Steve Jobs is not an ENTP. He sucked.

    And basically Bill Gates is not an ENTJ, because i see nothing in common between Jaguar and Bill Gates.
    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

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    A stick up the ass?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cloud View Post
    And basically Bill Gates is not an ENTJ, because i see nothing in common between Jaguar and Bill Gates.
    *lol* good point . But maybe I shouldnt be so trustworthy when it comes to talking to Jaguar and better chain my Mouse to the table so its not stolen
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    Quote Originally Posted by cloud View Post
    Steve Jobs is not an ENTP. He sucked.

    And basically Bill Gates is not an ENTJ, because i see nothing in common between Jaguar and Bill Gates.
    Jobs is not an ENTP. I agree.
    Jobs is a strict and controlling tyrant. It's his way, or the fucking highway.
    He is a detail-oriented perfectionist. It's well-known about him.
    He fired someone simply because a single screw was visible, on a product.

    Steve is a rager.
    His brutal temper is legendary, and he scares the shit out of people.

    Gates doesn't have a creative bone in his body.
    He's so uncreative, he steals the ideas of those who ARE creative.
    I can't stand the unoriginal, thieving, bastard.

    Frankly, I don't believe there are only 16 types.
    There are endless possibilities for function development.
    Oh the irony of the alleged "innovators" in this thread, being the biggest conformists of all.
    They can't imagine any possibilities other than the conventional ones shoved down their MBTI-loving throats.

    They must be out delivering pizza.
    How "innovative."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Jobs is not an ENTP. I agree.
    Jobs is a strict and controlling tyrant. It's his way, or the fucking highway.
    He is a detail-oriented perfectionist. It's well-known about him.
    He fired someone simply because a single screw was visible, on a product.

    Steve is a rager.
    His brutal temper is legendary, and he scares the shit out of people.

    Gates doesn't have a creative bone in his body.
    He's so uncreative, he steals the ideas of those who ARE creative.
    I can't stand the unoriginal, thieving, bastard.

    Frankly, I don't believe there are only 16 types.
    There are endless possibilities for function development.
    Oh the irony of the alleged "innovators" in this thread, being the biggest conformists of all.
    They can't imagine any possibilities other than the conventional ones shoved down their MBTI-loving throats.

    They must be out delivering pizza.
    How "innovative."
    Except for the last part a very wise statement
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Jobs is not an ENTP. I agree.
    Jobs is a strict and controlling tyrant. It's his way, or the fucking highway.
    He is a detail-oriented perfectionist. It's well-known about him.
    He fired someone simply because a single screw was visible, on a product.

    Steve is a rager.
    His brutal temper is legendary, and he scares the shit out of people.

    Gates doesn't have a creative bone in his body.
    He's so uncreative, he steals the ideas of those who ARE creative.
    I can't stand the unoriginal, thieving, bastard.

    Frankly, I don't believe there are only 16 types.
    There are endless possibilities for function development.
    Oh the irony of the alleged "innovators" in this thread, being the biggest conformists of all.
    They can't imagine any possibilities other than the conventional ones shoved down their MBTI-loving throats.

    They must be out delivering pizza.
    How "innovative."
    I don't really feel it necessary to rebut criticism from you about "imagining possibilities", honestly.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    I don't really feel it necessary to rebut criticism from you about "imagining possibilities", honestly.

    When someone provides reason for you to alter your thinking, you still wallow in your erroneous pool of feces.

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