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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    My wife is ISTJ, and when she's unhappy she embodies the worst aspects of ISTJdom ever!

    She can still surprise me though. There's a lot going on that you won't be aware of.
    So you're saying you agree that Leia is ISTJ.

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    I know a few cool ISTJ's. It's the only kind of SJ that I usually like.
    I think ISTJ's are about as cool as INTJ's. That says a lot. Really love their practical view on things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    -Overrepresented among both male and female small business owners compared with national sample.
    -One of two most overrepresented female types in a substance abuse program.
    -More frequent among African Americans.
    -Among the four highest in college GPA.

    ISTJ - Introverted Sensing Thinking Judging - Ransdell Associates

    These things kind of surprised me when I read them.
    I think we're overrepresented among those with chronic pain and those with drug issues because we're emotional retards.
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    They're all listed here. I think that the ESTP stats are quite interesting as well.

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    ISTJs are an interesting group to study. not that i think they'll match very well with my own type, but they are complexed creatures. i think the ISTJ is interesting in that they stand firm in what they believe in (social expectations etc.) and at the same time, earn to cut loose. an ISTJ at work and an ISTJ at a work party are 2 different people. i'll go as far to say that when an ISTJ goes nuts, they are very ENFP. i like the dynamics that an ISTJ chooses to juggle.

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    Why wouldn't ISTJs be cool, doesn't that depend more on the person then his or her type? I'm pretty sure they're cool and lame ISTJs.

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    I dig 'em.

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    Me too suprisingly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by animenagai View Post
    ISTJs are an interesting group to study. not that i think they'll match very well with my own type, but they are complexed creatures. i think the ISTJ is interesting in that they stand firm in what they believe in (social expectations etc.) and at the same time, earn to cut loose. an ISTJ at work and an ISTJ at a work party are 2 different people. i'll go as far to say that when an ISTJ goes nuts, they are very ENFP. i like the dynamics that an ISTJ chooses to juggle.
    I have been told that at partys I go very much ENFP whenever I've had an adequate number of beers. I become talkative, emotional and have to hug everyone while playing the drunken name game. Also I spit out insults to the unprepared and insecure.

    Good times...
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    Not to mention, but brother, whenever you get pissed, you express yourself in a over-the-top ENFP balls to the wall, lets raise fire hell and brimstone kind of way.

    And don't go taking that like a compliment or anything

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