<Crispy> what subt doesnt understand is that a healthy reaction to "FUCK YOU" is and not
Moonlight will fall
Winter will end
Harvest will come
Your heart will mend
ENTj, for sure peoples
What good is a book that does not even transport us beyond all books?
IEE , same type as GZA and Peter Stormare
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“I have never tried that before, so I think I should definitely be able to do that.” --- Pippi Longstocking
Nah nah nah LSI
Deltas and comedians get the hell outa here
I'd say LSI-Se or ILE-Ti, LSI-Se seems more likely though, as he seems less "light-hearted" and less laid back and more reactive and verbalizes more details and seems to see things just as they are than what they could be than ILE-Ti. In an interview with Oprah he also said he hoped he'd have a girl because he said he'd be more hard on a son. That seems more LSI than ILE. ILE who become parents are more likely to just want a cute baby and to be satisfied with the baby and not really caring about the sex or how hard they'd be on them because of the sex. Being the sensory subtype (instead of the logical subtype) helps him enjoy life sometimes rather than always try to change it, to adapt, and to be more observant and linear in thought and logical and articulate and able to improvise and to not really care about being "normal" as much; the logical subtype could never do what he does.
Someone mentioned Gamma and another person mentioned ENTj; I'm open to that as he seems to have the energy that ENTj would have, but then he's been described as anxious and not really willing to open up to new people. I'm open to IEE as well (I really haven't spent much time with more than a few IEE who were counselors, as they can vary quite a bit from one to another; it seems like they usually avoid me from the few I've observed who I know to be IEE; I have a lot more experience with ILE-Ti and they're easier to identify than IEE and they seem to be in the spotlight more and less forgotten and since ILE-Ti are more beautiful, their voices are better sounding, their faces, and bodies and makeup and clothes are better-looking and better applied they have larger better looking larger noses usually, their movements are smoother, and are better with equipment and soft and hard sciences and tech and since they can make better, often excellent arguments and insights, attend to, notice, and sometimes express details more, and since I prefer their humor more because it's more blue and black and original and not as hard to understand, and since they pay attention to the reactions of who they're talking to, they get my attention more than IEE do)
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ILE-Ti was a terrible typing for him, he doesn't VI as an ILE-Ti at all (other than his dress could be mistaken for an ILE-Ti). And ILE-Ti are usually calmer outwardly than he is, their delivery would be a lot smoother/softer. He's probably a Beta NF. Seems strongly Ti-valuing, he cares a lot about consistency.
Chris Rock - ENFJ Hamlet
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He said he was diagnosed with NVLD and that both of his parents were strict (it's on wikipedia and you can google about his strictness as a parent); he's pretty verbose. Some people think he's cold; he seems aristocratic and negativist to me and more into outward authority than Beta NFs, especially the creative function subtypes which is what he would be because he's so creative. So based on all that information in addition to him being a comedian IEE-Ne makes sense. I should've realized it sooner.
Has a lot to do with ILE-Ti being more feminine/gentle than IEE-Ne. ILE-Ti aren't as strict/punitive with their own kids as IEE-Ne are, they tend to be more skeptical of authority (unless it has some usage) and to give more freedom to their own kids than IEE-Ne. And ILE-Ti are more impressed with cuteness than IEE-Ne tend to be, because ILE-Ti are more visually discerning and aware, which makes them less likely than most people to hit their kids.
Not IEE-Fi because they're more gentle allow their kids more freedom.
Even though he has that prickly, cold, judgmental, authority-trusting (seems that way to me anyway) personality that IEE-Ne and ILE-Ne and LSI-Ti and ESI-Fi usually have, I do admire Chris Rock though, for his adaptability to new environments, his ability to generate ideas, his ability to achieve success, and some of his insights, especially since he has NVLD. He worked hard and had unusual talents, so for that I have to say he's a good person, just not someone I'd want to spend much time with. I don't think many people would want to spend much time with me either and I wouldn't enjoy spending much time with them either.
Delta... LSE-Si or IEE-Ne, not sure.