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    Bruce Lee is not "high energy." He sits dormant until it is time to strike and he does so with the LEAST ENERGY possible. He is maximally efficient and effective. ESFJ isn't even close.

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    TiSe


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    Quote Originally Posted by funtensity View Post
    TiSe

    He's ISFP I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by funtensity View Post
    At our best. Egalitarian.

    I really liked this.

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    tyson is estp. If he's not I will suck your balls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by funtensity View Post
    Bruce Lee is not "high energy." He sits dormant until it is time to strike and he does so with the LEAST ENERGY possible. He is maximally efficient and effective. ESFJ isn't even close.
    Yeah so do I. I guess I'm referring to his intensity. The AMPLITUDE of his energy is high, not so much the day to day simple moving average. High energy doesn't necessarily mean you are constantly talking fast and on your feet pacing back and forth like a typical E7. I can will myself into a high energy and intensity state, but its a bit of a sprint, and the end result is a crash. I am by no means a low energy person, even though in most of my interviews and interactions I speak in monotone and make no facial expressions.

    Also realize that "striking with the least energy possible" is part of PACING YOURSELF. I'm a second degree black belt. I can beat a white belt's ass and never break a sweat because I know what I'm doing. Meanwhile the white belt is a sweaty untrained mess because he doesn't know what he's doing.

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    This thread habitually stokes the pit of loathing I feel within.

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    @funtensity

    you must be new to typology. It sounds like you just type anyone you consider slightly badass to be an ISTP. I'm not trying to be an ass hole I'm just being straight forward.

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    You are no longer welcome in my thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by funtensity View Post
    You are no longer welcome in my thread.
    lmao.

    *hands in the air, walks out*

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