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    ISXPs are either excellent or horrible communicators in my mind, i never see anything between really.

    btw president bush is an ISFP
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    Quote Originally Posted by mlittrell View Post
    ISXPs are either excellent or horrible communicators in my mind, i never see anything between really.

    btw president bush is an ISFP
    Yuck. Just... Yuck. Well, he's the awful sort of ISFP then. I won't go into all the reasons why I think he's evil and stupidity personified, because there may be a few people on this list who would object, but... can I just say, I much prefer St. Francis of Assisi as an example of our type? Thanks.

    (although Jeffster ought to be delighted with that, since he's inexplicably a Bush fan.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlittrell View Post
    ISXPs are either excellent or horrible communicators in my mind, i never see anything between really.

    btw president bush is an ISFP
    whatever

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    I reckon Bush is pretty outgoing and doesn't filter what he has to say like ISFPs usually do. If he wasn't in politics I reckon he would be a decent enough guy, he just wasn't up to the job.

    What is it with famous ISFPs and being batshit crazy? Micheal Jackson, Britney Spears... Although when I think about it their upbringings would have screwed up most ISFP children pretty bad. I don't think we were meant to be famous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlittrell View Post
    btw president bush is an ISFP
    Whatever. Clearly the man does not have an ounce of introspection in him. Contrary to misunderstandings, introspection has nothing to do with being intuitive and all to do with looking inward. He's an extravert. Granted he could be ESP or he could be ESJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    Micheal Jackson,.
    Umm..... he could be INFP. I think that he and Prince are the same. Then again, they both have a very good business sense (regardless of their eccentricities, they have made a s**tload of $.

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    upon further reflection, i think that sometimes i tend to be too vague when im cant think concisely about what im saying but i feel obligated to say something anyways

    sometimes communication can be frustrating for me when it seems like to cause more confusion than information, a lot of times i want to say screw it and just let actions speak for themselves.

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    let's not use INFPs as our escape goats please lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by mlittrell View Post
    ISXPs are either excellent or horrible communicators in my mind, i never see anything between really.
    Or both, with it depending on who they're talking to. Someone who is now a close friend of mine, I didn't especially like at first, and as she has reminded me over and over....I was a horrible communicator with her initially. (Because I didn't especially want to talk to her) Now is pretty much the complete opposite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sarah View Post
    (although Jeffster ought to be delighted with that, since he's inexplicably a Bush fan.)
    It's plenty explicable. I'm explic'ed it many times.

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    Whatever. Clearly the man does not have an ounce of introspection in him. Contrary to misunderstandings, introspection has nothing to do with being intuitive and all to do with looking inward. He's an extravert. Granted he could be ESP or he could be ESJ.
    Oh? What makes it so clear to you?

    Quote Originally Posted by luminous beam View Post
    let's not use INFPs as our escape goats please lol
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