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I can't seem to find any thread where this chap has been typed, so I'm curious as to what people think.
Actor, former teacher, seems to be doing a pretty good job on some show called Mad Men.
I'd have to go for something in the ExTx range. He seems softly spoken at times, but I think that's just from smoking way too much. His voice sounds really shot when he gets excitable.
boom boom boom
MAD MEN is a great friggin show. Awesome characters.
I've thought ENTX for him. I dig him.
iSTp > ESTj ,Te sub ,
reminds me of Stephen Colbert a little (who is usually typed as SLI)
being Pi-IP would explain his slow rate of speech and a degree of fragmentation in the content that he's trying to get across
the speech thing isn't e9?
he sounded like James franco on letterman
Last edited by Introspector; 05-12-2013 at 09:55 PM.
Could be either. What caught my eye in one of his interviews is that he's missing entire chains of events. He would be telling something and then all of a sudden skip to something else occurring i.e. he's missing linkers between the stages. This makes Pi-sub more likely than Te-sub, the later usually having better 'flow' in their story-telling. I wouldn't claim the subtype with much confidence since I'm not too familiar with this actor, but I agree on the delta ST.
Originally Posted by Introspector
Si is all I know, and oh YEAH, E&J. And anyway, this opinion is makin me thirsty.