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    To be added soon: Christoper Titus, Ron White, Brian Regan, Joe Rogan.

    To be added later: International Comedians, Religious/PC Comedians, Upstarts

    Requests? Mostly I'm making this so it's easy for me to find the links to the sets I really like, so if you want me to add a set and comedian so it's easy for you to find too then by all means, feel free to say so. Also criticism is welcomed.

    Specifically thoughts on Jerry Seinfeld would be nice.
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    joe rogan SLE

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    This thread really makes me eager to take those stand-up classes at ComedyWorks.

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    joe rogan SLE
    You think? I'm sorta on the fence between SLE and LSI for Rogan, I sort of view him as the mirror to Dave Attell and I can't decide what Attell is so it trips me up a bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Capitalist Pig View Post
    This thread really makes me eager to take those stand-up classes at ComedyWorks.
    DO IT! What are you waiting for?! Stand-up is the awesome! Get on my comedians list!

    I just graduated and at the end of the summer once I'm done saving I'm moving and i don't know where but my priorities are going to go something like this. 1.) Place to stay 2.) Job 3.) Stand-up Classes 4.) Open Mics
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    Quote Originally Posted by JWC3 View Post
    You think? I'm sorta on the fence between SLE and LSI for Rogan, I sort of view him as the mirror to Dave Attell and I can't decide what Attell is so it trips me up a bit.
    He's definitely not LSI from what I've heard of him, that's for sure. I'd say either SLE or ILE for Joe Rogan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JWC3 View Post
    DO IT! What are you waiting for?! Stand-up is the awesome! Get on my comedians list!

    I just graduated and at the end of the summer once I'm done saving I'm moving and i don't know where but my priorities are going to go something like this. 1.) Place to stay 2.) Job 3.) Stand-up Classes 4.) Open Mics
    I've read most of Judy Carter's Comedy Bible, and I've been toying with the idea on/off for a number of years now. Now that I've been considering broadcasting school, I feel like some stand-up classes might benefit me in more ways than just my own gratification, but also as trimming on a resume.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capitalist Pig View Post
    I've read most of Judy Carter's Comedy Bible, and I've been toying with the idea on/off for a number of years now. Now that I've been considering broadcasting school, I feel like some stand-up classes might benefit me in more ways than just my own gratification, but also as trimming on a resume.
    Resume? Are you kidding me? Broadcasting and stand-up? You're going to make a perfect radio host lol People won't even need to look at the resume they'll just go "Oh, broadcasting degree and stand-up experience? Can you start exactly three minutes and twelve seconds from now?"

    EDIT: Hell you're setting yourself up to really be able to host anything lol not just radio, that's just what I thought of first.
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    Yeah, I am hoping to get into radio. I'm a little apprehensive because I'm afraid it's a dying industry, and has been on the downward spiral for a number of years now. But I believe it still has its market, and it won't actually be going anywhere for a while. Much like how being an airline captain does not have as nearly the amount of prestige it used to, and has been relegated (especially since 9/11) to being just another sector of highly specialized labor. I figure if nothing else, voiceover work is a stable niche that has applications beyond the airwaves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capitalist Pig View Post
    Yeah, I am hoping to get into radio. I'm a little apprehensive because I'm afraid it's a dying industry, and has been on the downward spiral for a number of years now. But I believe it still has its market, and it won't actually be going anywhere for a while. Much like how being an airline captain does not have as nearly the amount of prestige it used to, and has been relegated (especially since 9/11) to being just another sector of highly specialized labor. I figure if nothing else, voiceover work is a stable niche that has applications beyond the airwaves.
    Well it is sorta not as prestigious as it used to be but I think XM radio and other satellite radio stations still have hosts on some channels. Plus people like truck drivers love them some radio and I think since radio stations are funded by advertising it's sorta less relevant how many people are listening so long as advertisers are still buying air time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Capitalist Pig View Post
    Yeah, I am hoping to get into radio. I'm a little apprehensive because I'm afraid it's a dying industry, and has been on the downward spiral for a number of years now. But I believe it still has its market, and it won't actually be going anywhere for a while. Much like how being an airline captain does not have as nearly the amount of prestige it used to, and has been relegated (especially since 9/11) to being just another sector of highly specialized labor. I figure if nothing else, voiceover work is a stable niche that has applications beyond the airwaves.
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    Aziz Ansari!

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    Quote Originally Posted by munenori2 View Post
    Aziz Ansari!
    Added Aziz. I was watching his special "Dangerously Delicious" on comedy central over and over again and having the biggest problem typing him. But I think that was because I had Swardson wrong so my confidence on Swardson is now a 'C' instead of a 'A-' and he's IEI instead of ILE/SLE lol. I think both of them are probably at least close to their actual type, I'm fairly comfortable saying that Aziz is your dual though
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    Aren't very many comedians Ti/Fe valuers?

    I have noticed a trend with me being a specific interest in Fi PoLR comedians. My typings might not be accurate but I think some of them are:
    Doug Stanhope (XLE)
    Bill Hicks (ILE)
    C.K. Louis (XLE)
    Also possibly George Carlin but I have my doubts about him. He might IEE too.

    I'd be also interested to see what XEI comedians are there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JWC in OP link
    Notes: A confidence rating of 'F' means I'm pretty sure I failed to type this person correctly.
    This being the first thing you mention and it being even mentioned is a good sign. I don't trust resolute people and your self-doubt about your typing has ironically confirmed my view on the trustworthiness of your typings. Real refreshing.
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    oh yeah bill Hicks alpha nt for sure, ile is good

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    Aziz Ansari - EIE
    Louis CK - SLE
    Joe Rogan - SLE

    Interested in hearing about Mitch Hedberg
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    somebody do margaret cho!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lungs View Post
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    Alpha SF?

    Few favorites of mine:
    Dylan Moran: Ni-ILI
    George Carlin: Se-LSI
    Maria Bamford: SEI, although now that it's suggested I'm not entirely opposed to ESE
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquagraph View Post
    Aren't very many comedians Ti/Fe valuers?

    I have noticed a trend with me being a specific interest in Fi PoLR comedians. My typings might not be accurate but I think some of them are:
    Doug Stanhope (XLE)
    Bill Hicks (ILE)
    C.K. Louis (XLE)
    Also possibly George Carlin but I have my doubts about him. He might IEE too.

    I'd be also interested to see what XEI comedians are there?
    Well I think there might be a slight bias, but to some extent I think personal preference plays a bit of a role. For example a Ti/Fe valuer would probably be more likely to pay attention to and know about Ti/Fe valuing comedians. Beyond that I think that there might be a bias toward strong Fe types, but not necessarily Fe valuing types. For example it's pretty commonly accepted that Seinfeld is IEE and he was well... He would have been very successful if the success of his TV show didn't cut his stand-up career short lol. In any case there is certainly an aspect of performance in most comedians that involves exaggerating emotional expression but I think it's worthwhile to look past that if possible. Not always though, Jim Gaffigan is fairly deadpan in his delivery and there are always one liner comedians, I've yet to add many of those to my list though.

    As for XEI comedians, I'm fairly confident about Mike Birbiglia as SEI. I think XEI makes a lot of sense for Mitch Hedberg. Swardson confuses me a lot but might be IEI. It's really difficult to type certain comedians because sometimes it's really obvious that their jokes are really removed from who they are as a person and are very constructed (still funny) but not personal so that makes it hard. Plus the performance aspect can get in the way at times. Like with Lewis Black, on the surface his performance could very easily be something an EIE would do on the other he could be an LIE who exaggerates his critical nature and emotional expression for the sake of the performance.

    Some comedians are easier to type than others I guess is what I'm trying to say lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Galen View Post
    Alpha SF?

    Few favorites of mine:
    Dylan Moran: Ni-ILI
    George Carlin: Se-LSI
    Maria Bamford: SEI, although now that it's suggested I'm not entirely opposed to ESE
    Ron White: 7w8 ESE so last
    Bill Engvall: 7w6 Ne-ILE
    John Mulaney: Ti-ILE
    Donald Glover: Se-SEE > Ne-IEE
    Yeah for some reason I tend to err toward extroverted types in general but with Bamford too, but SEI is as good a typing as any I think. These typings are not at all set in stone and maybe in the future I'll find that some or most of them are actually the introverted mirror of what I thought they were. Mostly the list was something I just wanted to get down and will be focusing on accuracy over time as I accumulate more information on them.

    I'll be adding comedians as I watch their specials, I'll keep your suggestions in mind but since I'm constructing the list and it reflects back on me I want to watch some of their stuff again before I add it to the list. I appreciate the suggestions though, specifically Ron White and Bill Engvall they will be added soon so thanks for the insight.

    Also as a general apology to everyone, I'm fairly young so the comedians I'm most familiar with are also fairly young, I promise I'll make an effort to add older comedians who aren't so active anymore soon. Sorry again.
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    My favorite comedian is Eddie Izzard. What's his type?

    I'll laugh if he's my (apparent) conflictor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquagraph View Post
    I'd be also interested to see what XEI comedians are there?
    imo
    mitch hedberg si-isfp
    demitri martin si-isfp
    bret mckenzie si-isfp
    fluffy fe-isfp

    from the top of my head.

    my opinion on some of the ppl already mentioned itt:
    louis ck ne-entp
    dane cook fi-enfp
    joe rogan se-estp
    bill hicks ti-entp
    jerry seinfeld fi-enfp
    lewis black ?-esfj
    jim gaffagan ne-entp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radio View Post
    demitri martin si-isfp
    Demitri Martin as Fe-ego? Could you possibly explain your reasoning or is this an intuition thing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stray View Post
    My favorite comedian is Eddie Izzard. What's his type?

    I'll laugh if he's my (apparent) conflictor.
    I'll try but he's one of those comics whose performance aspect really complicates things. Let me find a few videos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stray View Post
    My favorite comedian is Eddie Izzard. What's his type?

    I'll laugh if he's my (apparent) conflictor.
    I'm going to very hesitantly type him as IEE. I think there are some apparent Fi-values but god is he hard to type. I think Ne leading makes some sense as he seems very open to a myriad of strange possibilities and often relates them in a way that seems like he's personifying them. I'm going to need a lot more time to have any confidence but I think he's probably IEE and if that's the case I think I probably have Seinfeld wrong lol

    EDIT: The good news is that he has a load of full sets on youtube, so when I have 5 or 6 hours to watch them all I should be able to get a solid idea instead of the rough one I have now.

    DOUBLE EDIT: I think beta themes are almost not there, so I don't think you have to worry about him being EIE. He's funny but he's also very very safe in his humor. As opposed to someone like Denis Leary who almost uses his emotions as a polarizing force, he sort of has such exaggerated expression he almost dares you not to laugh with him.
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    Oh yeah, Jim Gaffigan is totes Ne-ENTp. Same with Zach Galifianakis.

    Eddie Izzard's style strikes me as very stream of consciousness and flowing, in the same way as Dylan Moran. Both of them are capable of somehow bleeding one topic into the other, where they'll be talking about beans one minute and eventually move onto dinosaurs; you can still follow what they're saying, but you have no idea how they got there. I haven't seen any other comedians have this sort of style, and I would think it's indicative of dynamic, or even Ni-ego.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Galen View Post
    Oh yeah, Jim Gaffigan is totes Ne-ENTp. Same with Zach Galifianakis.

    Eddie Izzard's style strikes me as very stream of consciousness and flowing, in the same way as Dylan Moran. Both of them are capable of somehow bleeding one topic into the other, where they'll be talking about beans one minute and eventually move onto dinosaurs; you can still follow what they're saying, but you have no idea how they got there. I haven't seen any other comedians have this sort of style, and I would think it's indicative of dynamic, or even Ni-ego.
    Well my main sort of disparagement with that is that Ni ego brings Ti-values along with it, which sort of makes the structure of how the material flows more obvious I think. I like Ne ego, because it sort of disregards the need for structure entirely and to some extent can't really operate in that way at all. There are no segues, there's no real way to tell where one thought ends and another begins, to me it seems like his sort of mental landscape is completely devoid of any sort of categorical label that could be ascribed to it.

    EDIT: Sorry, I meant Ti-values or Strong but un-valued Ti
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    Quote Originally Posted by JWC3 View Post
    Well my main sort of disparagement with that is that Ni ego brings Ti-values along with it, which sort of makes the structure of how the material flows more obvious I think. I like Ne ego, because it sort of disregards the need for structure entirely and to some extent can't really operate in that way at all. There are no segues, there's no real way to tell where one thought ends and another begins, to me it seems like his sort of mental landscape is completely devoid of any sort of categorical label that could be ascribed to it.

    EDIT: Sorry, I meant Ti-values or Strong but un-valued Ti
    What I find in Ne egos, or at least Ne subtypes, is that when they do have topic changes, they are very pivotal and sudden, almost coming out of nowhere. I see very Ne people almost interrupting their own trains of thought even as they're thinking, in the same way as Se egos except slightly more endearing to me. I estimate this would be a function of static object perception, as discrete chunks of stuff disparate from each other.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Galen View Post
    What I find in Ne egos, or at least Ne subtypes, is that when they do have topic changes, they are very pivotal and sudden, almost coming out of nowhere. I see very Ne people almost interrupting their own trains of thought even as they're thinking, in the same way as Se egos except slightly more endearing to me.
    Well I find that sort of random topic change is more of an Alpha Ne thing, since Alpha Ne comes with Ti. I think Aziz Ansari in dangerously delicious is a good example of this, his set is very segmented to a degree both in that you can tell where one joke starts and another begins as well as him having it actually segmented in that he has the "This is the take pictures of me portion, this is the jokes section, this is the Randy section, this is the closer section" and what have you, it's both easy to tell when he changes topics and easy to tell how he's trying to segment what the audience is exposed to which sort of seems a bit like Fe values, but it is less natural than I would think an Fe ego would go about it.

    In my experience a certain level of flow is more present in IEE than EII. I find EIIs to be a bit more direct and purpose driven than I would guess is present in Izzard, but I do know a few IEEs who are good at doing things like freestyle rapping and just sort of letting the flow of their thoughts come out.

    Out of curiosity which Ni-ego would you type Izzard as?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JWC3 View Post
    Well I find that sort of random topic change is more of an Alpha Ne thing, since Alpha Ne comes with Ti. I think Aziz Ansari in dangerously delicious is a good example of this, his set is very segmented to a degree both in that you can tell where one joke starts and another begins as well as him having it actually segmented in that he has the "This is the take pictures of me portion, this is the jokes section, this is the Randy section, this is the closer section" and what have you, it's both easy to tell when he changes topics and easy to tell how he's trying to segment what the audience is exposed to which sort of seems a bit like Fe values, but it is less natural than I would think an Fe ego would go about it.
    I haven't seen his set, but that sounds about right for Pe people.

    Quote Originally Posted by JWC3 View Post
    In my experience a certain level of flow is more present in IEE than EII. I find EIIs to be a bit more direct and purpose driven than I would guess is present in Izzard, but I do know a few IEEs who are good at doing things like freestyle rapping and just sort of letting the flow of their thoughts come out.
    I had an Ne-IEE friend in high school who would interrupt himself all the time, it was super annoying haha. It's much more prevalent in Pe subtypes than Ji.

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    Out of curiosity which Ni-ego would you type Izzard as?
    Beta NF probably. I see him as too conscious of how he presents himself affectationally for Te ego.
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    Yeah Eddie Izzard is blatant Ni/Se ethical extrotim, EIE-Fe fits
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    Quote Originally Posted by Galen View Post
    I haven't seen his set, but that sounds about right for Pe people.


    I had an Ne-IEE friend in high school who would interrupt himself all the time, it was super annoying haha. It's much more prevalent in Pe subtypes than Ji.


    Beta NF probably. I see him as too conscious of how he presents himself affectationally for Te ego.
    I respect your opinion so I'll add beta nf to his alternate typing.
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    Kathy Griffin ENTp 2w3 lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashton View Post

    There's a ton more here.
    Some of those typings on that list are crazy to me.
    I would say that ethically you are still supposed to act as if you have unilateral responsibility; but simultaneously you have to be able to see the other as a fully autonomous, free, aware person.

    Medicalizing social problems has the additional benefit of rendering society not responsible for those social ills. If itís a disease, itís nobodyís fault. Yay empiricism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashton View Post
    That's nice. Do I know you?
    Do you need to?
    I would say that ethically you are still supposed to act as if you have unilateral responsibility; but simultaneously you have to be able to see the other as a fully autonomous, free, aware person.

    Medicalizing social problems has the additional benefit of rendering society not responsible for those social ills. If itís a disease, itís nobodyís fault. Yay empiricism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly View Post
    Yeah Eddie Izzard is blatant Ni/Se ethical extrotim, EIE-Fe fits
    hah.. I might have to kick myself out of Delta. He's funny as hell..

    I'd probably graduate college if my professors were like him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pookie View Post
    Some of those typings on that list are crazy to me.
    Theres a reason for that
    But, for a certainty, back then,
    We loved so many, yet hated so much,
    We hurt others and were hurt ourselves...

    Yet even then, we ran like the wind,
    Whilst our laughter echoed,
    Under cerulean skies...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly View Post
    Theres a reason for that
    Do you currently ascribe to a more classical socionics understanding or a more socionix understanding? Don't get me wrong, I'm not mocking either one, both are valid in their own way, I just forget where you stand.
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