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    Quote Originally Posted by proteanmix View Post
    No you're not being evil, sometimes she seems a little vacant to me too.
    Nicely put.

    I'm going to give my guesses about ESFPs (I think Paris Hilton is an ESFJ, btw).
    Really? Wait, stop... I don't care! She's never going on my list!

    I'm not sure about these, so I probably won't argue my case very much.

    Brittany Murphy
    Sienna Miller
    Ashlee Simpson (although I read her typed as ENFJ)
    Cameron Diaz
    Eva Longoria
    Thanks for the tips. I'll be YouTubing Cameron Diaz and Eva Longoria. Which one of them d'you think an ESFP would most want to identify with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by proteanmix View Post
    I think Paris Hilton is an ESFJ, btw.
    Are you sure she's not an ESFP? All she wants to do is party!

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    btw, if Simon Cowell does not work out for ISTP and sues you for royalties, two other potential "actor" male ISTPs (I think) include:

    * Bruce Campbell ("Evil Dead," "Army of Darkness", etc)
    * John Cusack ("Say Anything," "Gross Point Blank," etc.)

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    This ESFJ reading probably does you no good, but there's a radio personality named Mike Evans who does a daily gossip show who I thought was a clear indication of ESFJ.

    Basically, snippets of things happening in the entertainment industry, but it's usually about the personal lives of the celebrities and he's invariably always making judgment calls about their morality/behavior. He's got a very strong sense of social responsibility and the way people SHOULD behave; he's very quickly to slap labels on people ("Table for Conceited: Party of One!") when he does reviews, he seems to just drop any nuance, his descriptions usually are not useful in terms of analysis, his ratings seem based on how the movie left him feeling or if it had a good moral/social message. Not N at all, he's very straight-forward and practical, even when it comes to his humor and what he laughs at / makes jokes about.

    My overall perception of him is (1) responsible, (2) not afraid of conflict, (3) operating off social mores, and (4) likes to guide people to things that are wholesome, decent, etc. Overall, he reminds me of a benign Nancy Grace with a bit more sense of humor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    btw, if Simon Cowell does not work out for ISTP and sues you for royalties
    I'll worry about getting sued later, for now I just want my list to be correct. D'you think Simon Cowell's something other than ISTP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    I'll worry about getting sued later, for now I just want my list to be correct. D'you think Simon Cowell's something other than ISTP?
    You're on your own for that one -- I never watch American Idol, so I couldn't tell you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    I'll worry about getting sued later, for now I just want my list to be correct. D'you think Simon Cowell's something other than ISTP?
    Don't mistake me, I don't watch American Idol, but Simon Cowell has Introverted Thinking written all over him. And he picks up details in voices like a hawk -- I'd definitely say Extraverted Sensing is there, too. I'll say ISTP, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by proteanmix View Post
    No you're not being evil, sometimes she seems a little vacant to me too.



    I'm going to give my guesses about ESFPs (I think Paris Hilton is an ESFJ, btw). I'm not sure about these, so I probably won't argue my case very much.


    Brittany Murphy
    Sienna Miller
    Ashlee Simpson (although I read her typed as ENFJ)
    Cameron Diaz
    Eva Longoria

    And one more ISFP:
    Janet Jackson
    Britanny Murphy? The roles she plays are INFJ.

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