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    ISFP(?)
    Types examples: video bloggers, actors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sol View Post
    ISFP(?)
    That was my impression, too. So much Si, probably introverted, surely ethical.

    Anyone else -- agree or disagree?
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    I vote SLI> =SEI

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    Quote Originally Posted by wacey View Post
    I vote SLI> =SEI
    Where are you seeing Te > Fe? I did a search and saw someone once suggested ILi, but I don't see it.

    I haven't watched much of his standup or any interviews, but he seems like he is consciously trying to elicit an emotional response w the way he presents himself. Even the hand-over-mouth thing seems to be doing that...I'll have to watch more of his stuff.

    He reminds me of Adam Sandler, who I think is Fe-creative.
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    I never said I was seeing Te over Fe, btw. I said I could see SLI as a whole sociotype, slightly more then or equal to SEI.

    He is trying to illicit an emotional response, because he a comedian for a living. I think the style he does it in, a sort of un-self concious manner, where he is doing it as if the audience isnt even there, speaks about something of his sociotype.

    The comparison with Sandler seems appropriate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wacey View Post
    I never said I was seeing Te over Fe, btw. I said I could see SLI as a whole sociotype, slightly more then or equal to SEI.

    He is trying to illicit an emotional response, because he a comedian for a living. I think the style he does it in, a sort of un-self concious manner, where he is doing it as if the audience isnt even there, speaks about something of his sociotype.

    The comparison with Sandler seems appropriate.
    Ah, I see. Well, the part I am most sure of is the Si, but then watching more of his videos I'm less positive of SEI, though I still lean that way based mostly on my first impression. It's my instinct when I watch him, but I could be convinced of SLI.
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