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    Clint Eastwood. But really, who cares about actors?
    No offense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    I believe Christian Bale (thread), Scarlett Johansson (thread), Ellen Page and maybe Katy Perry to be ISTPs.
    Katy Perry seems like an archetypal ESFP to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lauranna View Post
    Yeah i agree. I did think ISTP for Angelina, as i think she ticks a lot of ISTP boxes. but i can definitely see where the E could come from.
    Are you kidding me? She's a complete opposite of an ISTP.

    She's a nutbag ENFJ.

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    I'ld name my father.

    He is a successfull plumper, who invested more than a million euros in 2 houses. He cares for security of the future and besides his work, he has always been the greatest dad to me.

    In my imagination he kills a T-Rex with his bare hands

    I hope he will get a 100 years old, because I want to show him that I am going to carry his legacy further.
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    I know this is about ISTPs, but I have always considered JKF and FDR ESTPs based on their biographies. There was an article in the Economist about FDR that confirms why I have always thought is that he is ESTP, as is John McCain. Here are some snippets:
    Though he had patrician self-confidence, there was no snobbery in Roosevelt. Mr Brands quotes FDR’s friend, Ray Moley, as saying that there was nothing flabby about his charm: “When crossed he is hard, stubborn, resourceful, relentless.” Roosevelt was prepared to be radical to meet dangerous circumstances. Yet his instincts and the outcomes of many of his policies were often conservative. As a radical, he saved the old order—and advanced American power more than any other president since Jefferson.
    Courage, charm, resourceful cunning and a hidden hardness enabled him to save American capitalism, though, as he said himself, it was Dr Win-the-War, not Dr New Deal, that ended the Depression. Mr Brands is masterly in describing the patience with which FDR brought the country to understand the danger of fascism. He is a bit less sure in his handling of international politics, adopting the traditional view that, in the strategic arguments over the second front, the American generals were right and Winston Churchill deluded by imperial nostalgia. He dismisses John Maynard Keynes as an “English intellectual”, in whom it was impertinence to offer advice to an American president, apparently unaware that Keynes was a player at the Paris peace conference.
    He possessed the subtlest political mind of his generation. At the same time he was a master of point-to-point navigation, moving not by plan but by instinct, tempered by experience. Roosevelt was the greatest American president since Lincoln, his colossal abilities tested by personal illness, economic catastrophe and world war. He used every tool to hand to direct the United States in peace and war: party, bureaucracy, Congress and the media of the day.

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    I don't know if anyone has said Michael Jordan yet. I've heard he's a confirmed ISTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhinosaur View Post
    I don't know if anyone has said Michael Jordan yet. I've heard he's a confirmed ISTP.
    Yeah that makes sense. I think Larry Bird is one as well.

    ISTP might be a common type for the more admirable sports figures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6sticks View Post
    Clint Eastwood. But really, who cares about actors?
    I'd be more proud of the fact that one of his best characters, the man with no name, is an ISTP. I reckon Angel Eyes is an ISTJ.

    And Frank Zappa and Bruce Lee... actually, Team ISTP has some pretty cool people on it. *jealous*
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    Angel Eyes? Extrovert, I'd say. ESTJ would fit.

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