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Famous living NTs

Norexan

Quetzalcoatl
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Hell no! ISTP.

No. He is ENTP at his best. Rich guy who want to help everybody (philanthropy of 7) but don't know consequence of his experiments.

BTW many politicians and successful people are dom Ne.
 

Jaguar

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"I’m basically like an introverted engineer, so, it took a lot of practice and effort to be able to go up on stage and not just stammer basically…As the CEO, you kind of have to."
—Elon Musk.
 

Doctor Anaximander

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I don’t think George Lucas is an NT. I think he’s an ISFJ like Warhol.
 

Totenkindly

@.~*virinaĉo*~.@
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I don’t think George Lucas is an NT. I think he’s an ISFJ like Warhol.

He's something else involving a sensor spin -- for one, he really does best with concrete procedures and/or details involving visual art direction. Pretty much the prequels are visual art looking for characters and a story, and special effects were always the strong suit. He seems really stuck on recapturing a particular feeling of his life as well. Some people try to say he's an NF, but he's kind of like someone trying to wear NF clothes (the mumbo jumbo of Jedi philosophy) from the outside, without really knowing how to put on something that fits together. His concepts are like bad pastiche, I've seen a lot more coherence using his ideas from the various SW franchise writers/runners.
 

Doctor Anaximander

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He's something else involving a sensor spin -- for one, he really does best with concrete procedures and/or details involving visual art direction. Pretty much the prequels are visual art looking for characters and a story, and special effects were always the strong suit. He seems really stuck on recapturing a particular feeling of his life as well. Some people try to say he's an NF, but he's kind of like someone trying to wear NF clothes (the mumbo jumbo of Jedi philosophy) from the outside, without really knowing how to put on something that fits together. His concepts are like bad pastiche, I've seen a lot more coherence using his ideas from the various SW franchise writers/runners.

Exactly. And he's said on more than one occasion that he has always thought of himself primarily as a visual storyteller. I think I remember reading about him trying to overtly add a lot of themes and subtexts to the original film's script, but he thought it felt forced and went back to square one. The Campbellian stuff still ended up in there, but it was less of a conscious effort on Lucas's part. Because he was essentially doing a pastiche as you put it, it was probably inevitable that there would be those 'hero's journey' themes in there, considering his influences like Kurosawa and old western movies.
 

John Catstentine

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He pretty much provided a solid aesthetic for other more investigative artists to create a rich expanded universe, and then Disney...
 

Julius_Van_Der_Beak

Guardian of Ga'Hoole
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I don’t think George Lucas is an NT. I think he’s an ISFJ like Warhol.

I actually think he's an INTJ, given what I know of his personal life, as well as the things he's good at, and the things he's not good at.

I'm inclined to think a Fe type would not be so well known for not being good at writing dialogue.

He has a certain sensitivity to criticism that I think INTJs have at times.

I'm just curious if all the people saying he's not an INTJ have ever watched THX-1138. I don't think that's an ISFJ movie.
 

Legion

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Vocal analysis:

George Lucas has a predominately drawing, rather than pushing, vocal style (P), with indefinite waves and emphatic hones (Ne+Si), thus making him an NP.

Ti+Fe makes sense; the draws are rather flat, and the pushes are rounded, plus there's a bit of back-and-forth Ti weighing-up that I can see.

Seems to have an ExxP appearance.

Thus ENTP.
 

Doctor Anaximander

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I actually think he's an INTJ, given what I know of his personal life, as well as the things he's good at, and the things he's not good at.

I'm inclined to think a Fe type would not be so well known for not being good at writing dialogue.

He has a certain sensitivity to criticism that I think INTJs have at times.

I'm just curious if all the people saying he's not an INTJ have ever watched THX-1138. I don't think that's an ISFJ movie.

Fair point.

Stylistically, his films aren’t far off from Ridley Scott and James Cameron. I think they both might be INTJs too.

Also, ever watch videos of him highlighting storyboards? His underlings look terrified.
 

Jaguar

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Shirt analysis for George Lucas:

Wears light red on Monday, medium red on Tuesday, and deep red on Wednesday, thus making him ISTJ. Now, if he wears fuchsia on Fridays, he's INTP.
 

Totenkindly

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Shirt analysis for George Lucas:

Wears light red on Monday, medium red on Tuesday, and deep red on Wednesday, thus making him ISTJ. Now, if he wears fuchsia on Fridays, he's INTP.

Fuch fuchsia.

prickly-on-the-inside-light-t-shirt-teeturtle-full-1000x1000.jpg




Actually, that could probably be an ISTJ or an INTP shirt.

DAMMIT


WHY IS TSHIRTOPOLOGY SO DIFFICULT
 

Julius_Van_Der_Beak

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Fuch fuchsia.

prickly-on-the-inside-light-t-shirt-teeturtle-full-1000x1000.jpg




Actually, that could probably be an ISTJ or an INTP shirt.

DAMMIT



Bullshirt.

WHY IS TSHIRTOPOLOGY SO DIFFICULT

You have to come live at the tshirtopology compound to fully master it. Every day at the compoind, you must bow before a picture of Carl Jung in a wife-beater.
 

draon9

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Steve harris of iron maiden
 
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