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    Yet, the least remembered are often the ones who did the greatest of all things
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    How's that possible since no one remembers? If a tree falls in the forest...

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    Ya, I know...

    I was running out of breath to keep up with you
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    Haven't we just illustrated a difference between ENTPs and ENTJs?

    *ENTP gets sidetracked and wanders off*

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    Hey !!! the cat was hungry and he looked soooo cute what should I have done .

    No I basically agreed with everything you said that made it more difficult to play devil's advocate .
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    It's allways good to make comparison with comics/cartoons when talking about diferences betwen types, normaly characters in comics/cartoons have a very defined personality traits wich are easy to trace.

    ENTJ = I always think of a Lex luthor with minion army type of personality, not completly but somewhat close to him, i believe that lex is a bit more of a Introvert. The whole idea of never ending power and having defined goals to to conquer pretty much everything i think is inate in the majority of ENTJ'S thus making the ultimate goal to be "Complete Domination", and that in any scale be it the world or be it your office.

    ENTP = Allthough they are very similar, I think that the ENTP requires a little more "Public Atention" than the ENTJ, meaning that the ENTP ego is far more hungry than the ENTJ's. I would link this personality to a Tony Stark type of character, in the way that "I can take the ultimate weapons i've created and make them better by using them in an ultimate armor that will be forever upgraded". Its important for a ENTP to have his trademark in everything he created, but more importantly, to have it in the things that he improved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kuthtuk View Post
    It's allways good to make comparison with comics/cartoons when talking about diferences betwen types, normaly characters in comics/cartoons have a very defined personality traits wich are easy to trace.
    Do you have a huge plastic figure of Wonder Woman too in your bed you sleep with in the dark nights ? I mean hey it's a cartoon figure, someone who loves cartoons cant really be crazy, can he ?


    P.S.: Damn I just read "pubic attention", you're a genius
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    Heuheuhe

    NEVER! Comics and Cartoons are great and may i quote the late joker "I'm not crazy, I'm not"
    I'm not a HUGE fan of comics like having plastic laminated comic books keep at 23,42° at all times.....

    But character development allways intriged me! Not seeing what the character does but what he is thinking is where the fun is!

    hehe

    Btw i'm loving this forum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakuraba View Post
    Gotta disagree here.

    ENTPs are the types that will bang your girlfriend, get it on videotape, and play it on a big screen TV infront of your co-workers when you least expect it. Or even somehow arrange to have it shown at the local bar they know youll be at with your buddies, just to humiliate you. What could possibly be worst than that.
    This is a trashy generalization that doesn't fit the type.

    I should know as I'm an ENTP.

    I would NEVER do anything remotely close to that...ever!

    I'm very idealistic and cherish values that both are reasonable and seem best for the community.

    What you described is simply not reasonable or best for the community.

    It's something that a scumbag would do.

    Most ENTP's are not scumbags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unityemissions View Post
    This is a trashy generalization that doesn't fit the type.

    I should know as I'm an ENTP.

    I would NEVER do anything remotely close to that...ever!

    I'm very idealistic and cherish values that both are reasonable and seem best for the community.

    What you described is simply not reasonable or best for the community.

    It's something that a scumbag would do.

    Most ENTP's are not scumbags.
    Yeah, I might do those things for fun, but never just to humiliate you!
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