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    she seems really scattered, I saw a pic of her apt and it was not, filthy or messy but just scattered. She studied religion and philosophy at Harvard. She said she was dumped a lot in college.

    I'd thought she was INFj before but now I'm thinking she might be INTj. What do you think is her type? Yes, she does remind me of myself.

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    here's her former (hot) fiance DJ and producer Mark Ronson





    looks to be some xnxp or isfp

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    Mark Ronson is such an IEI

    I think Rashida seems logical... that's all I can really tell. And introverted.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ScarlettLux View Post
    Mark Ronson is such an IEI

    I think Rashida seems logical... that's all I can really tell. And introverted.
    cool

    i think the "got dumped a lot in college" pretty much seals it as LII

    if the female LII doesn't get paired by the end of college its over

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    she looks like ESI

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ms. Kensington View Post
    i think the "got dumped a lot in college" pretty much seals it as LII
    I hope you're kidding...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elro View Post
    I hope you're kidding...
    like in a lot of humor there is a grain of truth

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    guesses? I like her.

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    I like her too. I think she's Ne-INFj.

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    VIs as IEI. Reminds me of a few I know.




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    You are right poli, and you're getting really good at VI

    She is INFp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by polikujm View Post
    VIs as IEI. Reminds me of a few I know.

    FYI, poli, the filatova portraits on socionics.org have a lot of quasi mistypings among them. Not saying she's not IEI though... I'm not totally sure, those pics could go either way. None of those pics show rashida jones smiling, and i recall on a pic where she's smiling she looks very much like an EII friend of mine.
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    I also like her...any guesses?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa33 View Post
    I also like her...any guesses?

    hard to tell from that pic. Here she looks Fi-valuing.



    But maritsa, if you want to make a thread on Tea Leoni, just make a separate one, dont derail this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WorkaholicsAnon View Post
    FYI, poli, the filatova portraits on socionics.org have a lot of quasi mistypings among them.
    how do you know? personally i think they're a good reference (based on my own experience), but i'm not going to proclaim one way or another how correct or not they are, because i have no real way to "verify" the typings - none of us do.

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    As far as VI, you can get a pretty good impression of the type VI from each of those 12 filatova pics collectively. Using a couple photo examples of Rashida is more for showing the resemblance off than getting the larger picture, so I think she looks very much like IEIs even though these ones aren't smiling much. I also have more filatova pics from her book, but not online, and you can use the expressions of famous people she's typed.

    Quote Originally Posted by WorkaholicsAnon View Post
    FYI, poli, the filatova portraits on socionics.org have a lot of quasi mistypings among them.
    Link me which ones you're talking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa33 View Post
    I also like her...any guesses?

    Definite Gamma rational.

    Double check VI and tell me which one: http://www.the16types.info/vbulletin...59&postcount=4

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    Quote Originally Posted by WorkaholicsAnon View Post

    But maritsa, if you want to make a thread on Tea Leoni, just make a separate one, dont derail this one.
    this is my thread
    I can derail it as much as I want. I can take it for a cruise and hope I end up in Hawaii where I can get a really nice tan and great coconut drink.
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    Quote Originally Posted by polikujm View Post
    As far as VI, you can get a pretty good impression of the type VI from each of those 12 filatova pics collectively. Using a couple photo examples of Rashida is more for showing the resemblance off than getting the larger picture, so I think she looks very much like IEIs even though these ones aren't smiling much. I also have more filatova pics from her book, but not online, and you can use the expressions of famous people she's typed.



    Link me which ones you're talking about.
    well i remember looking through the SLI, IEE, and LIE ones with ashton and we thought a bunch of them VI'd more like the respective quasis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa33 View Post
    this is my thread
    I can derail it as much as I want. I can take it for a cruise and hope I end up in Hawaii where I can get a really nice tan and great coconut drink.
    well true maritsa, i apologize. I totally didn't notice you were the OP.

    Yeah then, derail away!

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    I agree with Tea Leoni as Te-ESTj. She's kinda like a more mannish version of Kelly Ripa.
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    Galen, I agree with you for Tae Leoni's type; she does seem to be a J type perhaps LSE. She's definitely a J from this picture of her



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    I should have called this thread "Maritsa's favorite actors" LOL

    Try her now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa33 View Post
    Galen, I agree with you for Tae Leoni's type; she does seem to be a J type perhaps LSE. She's definitely a J from this picture of her
    I have to point out that Ashton was the one who said LSE first. Just so we give credit appropriately where credit is due.

    I said Fi-valuing too, so technically Maritsa, you're agreeing with all of us, not just Galen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WorkaholicsAnon View Post
    I have to point out that Ashton was the one who said LSE first. Just so we give credit appropriately where credit is due.

    I said Fi-valuing too, so technically Maritsa, you're agreeing with all of us, not just Galen.
    I'm sorry. Thanks for pointing it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WorkaholicsAnon View Post
    I have to point out that Ashton was the one who said LSE first. Just so we give credit appropriately where credit is due.
    Except I thought ESTj before I saw Ashton's post?

    Anyways, Faye Dunaway. Hmm, some Ej.
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    She looks like an NF
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    Rashida Jones - INFP

    Quote Originally Posted by Ashton View Post
    It's hard to say, because there's only one low-resolution picture of each person. Better to have multiple shots of the same individual from varying angles and expressions, and high enough in resolution to better discriminate subtle details.
    There is somewhere in Universe Filatova's collection of photos with _several photos for every (at least for some) man_ in her gallery. About 7 years ago I tried to get digitized variant of it from her and Lytov (they both had it), but she was against it (probably because of books having part of these photos). In any case, to have just 3-4 photos is not enough for sure opinion about type in most cases (video is much better way to type). The truth is that many (>50%) people on her photos in books give doubts about correctness of their types, and according to general low match of typing among typers - the situation is not surprising.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Galen View Post
    Except I thought ESTj before I saw Ashton's post?

    Anyways, Faye Dunaway. Hmm, some Ej.
    I know .

    I was talking wrt in this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa33 View Post
    I'm sorry. Thanks for pointing it out.
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