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    Matt (Mail Jeevas)Matt (マット, Matto?), whose real name is Mail Jeevas (マイル・ジーヴァス, Mairu Jīvasu?), is a consort of Mello's. A character in the manga and anime versions, Matt was also a former resident of Wammy's orphanage; Ohba described him as the "third most talented member" of the house.[5] Matt is Mello's helper[5] as Matt performs espionage work and acts as an accomplice in Takada's kidnapping, which results in his death when he is shot by Takada's bodyguards. He is voiced by Tomohiro Nishimura in the Japanese anime and by Drew Nelson in English dub.

    According to How to Read, Matt enjoys video games[5] and is not outgoing. He also seems to be a chain smoker. He uses his last breath to smoke his cigarette. He is also behind Near and Mello in succeeding L.

    Ohba said that he created Matt because when Mello started to act alone Ohba believed that he would find difficulty in advancing the story unless Mello had a character to interact with. Ohba said that to a reader Matt may appear to play video games and have no other actions, but he said that Matt's existence was "important" in the story.[5] In response to a question inquiring about which characters the creators had the most difficulty creating, Ohba cited Matt and said "I didn't even know what kind of person he was!"[48]

    Obata said that he did not receive advance notice regarding Matt, who had the character concept of "a young man who loves gaming and doesn't really care much about the world." Obata said that he remembered seeing the thumbnails and asking his editor "Who's this character?!" The thumbnails gave Matt a bowl haircut and goggles; Obata instead drew "what I liked." Obata added that he could "create Matt naturally" as he had a "he probably won't do much" mentality regarding characters introduced in the Near and Mello arc. His birthday is February 1, 1990.[49]
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    This list could use some updating with a Mark Zuckerberg addition.

    Apparently: Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg opens up : The New Yorker

    Down to the way he redirects questions he couldn't / wouldn't answer...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    It's difficult because every people involved in a true creative process can looks N , because they probably just use it. Woody have obviously an high dose of N, but I just think that an ability is not a preference.
    Exactly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heinel View Post
    This list could use some updating with a Mark Zuckerberg addition.

    Apparently: Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg opens up : The New Yorker

    Down to the way he redirects questions he couldn't / wouldn't answer...
    Mark Zuckerberg have always been a sterotypical INTP to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Mark Zuckerberg have always been a sterotypical INTP to me.
    He could be, except the path he took isn't as meticulously scrutinized as a typical INTP would.

    A different side of the story for the full picture:
    Aaron Greenspan: The Legend of Mark Zuckerberg
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    Maybe it's because he's eNTP?

    I really don't see Se with him, can you explain?
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    i don't know if this has been discussed yet, but from reading his autobiography malcolm x is definitely either entj or entp.

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    He would be ENTP if he was one of thoses two. For, Malcolm X was very reserved and self-contained but also very independent and logical. Sounds ISTP to me. Why ENTx?
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    Malcom X sat in a prison and read books for like a long time to teach himself literacy.
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