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    Senior Member Valuable_Money's Avatar
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    Jaguar are you causing trouble in the thread again?
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    I think ENTPs come across as more outgoing but more passive than ENTJs.
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    entp will have lots of tangents and entj will get to the point and want action.

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    I'm an ENTJ and I still tend to go off on tangents, especially when people are irritating me. This usually is directed towards someone completely unrelated, however, and hasn't the slighted idea what I'm talking about. With the person who is irritating me, I tend to tell them (very bluntly) that they are an annoyance and to go away unless they have something productive to say.

    I also think a difference lies in the style of argumentation between an ENTP and ENTJ -- ENTP's I've known tend to just keep going on and on and on and on long after the argument has been lost. Although they have some good characteristics, I'm weary of becoming friends with an ENTP most of the time. Snneeeaakkky.

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    The opponent can never win if we never stop explaining our arguement. The ability to describe one thing in several ways is a very handy gift.

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    why is this thread still alive? I can see a post I made a year ago at the top of this page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valuable_Money View Post
    why is this thread still alive? I can see a post I made a year ago at the top of this page.
    Maybe you can see it, because you had your glasses on !

    No wait, I mixed something up somewhere
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    ENTJ are exactly like ENTPs.

    Only faster
    more ambition
    more powerful
    more successful
    more dominant
    more machieveillian
    more intelligent
    more extroverted
    more fearless
    more leadership
    more authority
    more 8w7
    more everything!!!


    There now you know the difference.

    AND DID I SAY MORE POWERFUL!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by anii View Post
    ENTJs run the world, and ENTPs want to destroy it.

    They both have evil laughs.

    To a certain extent this is correct. NTJ's are preoccupied with maintaining order. NTP's with creating organization. The former works with heirarchy and sequence while the latter funtion in the simultaneous.These need not be at odds but do to a natural lack of acknowledgement,often are. An NTJ friend of mine and I often refer to each other as Time(j) and Space(p)

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    Spacetime continuum - alas, we are limited by boundary conditions.

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