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    F can be a "latent" trait, even when dominant. I've met some pretty flinty INFJs who masquerade as Ts in their manner and speech, but underneath you see intense flickers of heat, like the volcano has a cap on it. Conversely, my INTJ best friend is cool-headed and does not express the same F-fire, even when impassioned about something. I frequently sound like a T when I talk, but when you set me next to my INTJ or ENTJ best friends, it becomes very clear where I draw my energy from (and it's not objective logic at all).

    I took Sr. to be an ESTJ/P. Jr. is a little more puzzling, as he's always feinting and dodging his father. An ISxx, at any rate.
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    It seems that the entire disbelief that Paul Sr. is or could be a feeling type seems to be based on more of the same stereotypes by readers that F types are all warm and fuzzy and T types are cold and hard. I would say that Fe dominant types would trump Ne dominant types as appearing hard because Fe is a rational function and Ne perceiving.

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    An astute observation, "?". Fe can very frequently appear hard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alcearos View Post
    I added a thread here about the personality types of the show American Chopper and about the personality types of Paul Jr and Paul Sr.

    I think Paul Jr might be ISTP. What do you ISTP's think?

    Another question: Do you ISTP's see yourself as pedantic?
    Also, keep in mind that there is some limited understanding that because ISTPs are good with tools they must refer to conventional. However the dictionary defines a tool as, "Something regarded as necessary to the carrying out of one's occupation or profession: Words are the tools of our trade."

    Again I have no mechanical inclinations, however people tell me that I am very good at writing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alcearos View Post
    I added a thread here about the personality types of the show American Chopper and about the personality types of Paul Jr and Paul Sr.

    I think Paul Jr might be ISTP. What do you ISTP's think?

    Another question: Do you ISTP's see yourself as pedantic?
    pedantic is only how intuition types experience thier own sensing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yomama99 View Post
    If it's about killing people, I'm all for it.



    Anyone up for some good ol' Dirty Harry?

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