Hmm... I understand your reasoning, but I'm not sure what it's proven... like the dude said, anyone who might've been thinking "you know I don't normally like ESTP's" or "ESTP's and sensors generally are xyz but this one's really cool and has changed my mind" will now be going right back to their original state, they'll be saying "Ahhhh so that explains it. I only liked that ESTP because she wasn't an ESTP at all."
And as for you being the same person, I'm really not sure whether that's the case though... if as you say you've been playing up your Se and playing down your Ne, you've effectively come across as a different person. The person I 'analyzed' the analyze a member thread was the persona that was being presented to the forum, which as you've now admitted, wasn't the real you.
So now I feel like I've got to get to know a different person from scratch.
And you've also added to any anti-ENTP bias that says we're a bunch of lying scheming so-and-so's and that we're fakers who pretend to be whatever fits our purposes.
I don't condemn what you did or anything, but I just don't think it was a particularly effective way of making the point you wanted to make (which I think is a valid one FTR).
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Hmm rather disappointing. Reinforces the negative side of ENTPs and fails to achieve anything for ESTPs. As for type bias, I have to wonder if it's worth spending time trying to get the blind to a point where they stop hitting their heads on low hanging branches. Just let natural selection sort it out.