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    Ok, here's one:

    ENTp vs. ESTp. Discuss.
    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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    You guys give me a topic to write about, and I'll write a completely biased blurb on the subject that is clouded by my ESTp point of view. How does that sound? It'll provide entertainment for you guys, too. It's a win-win idea!

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    LOL!

    Everyone touches my ESFp friend's butt cause it is rock hard. His butt gets around a lot, it seems. He's offered a touch to everyone. He ran away from me, though, because, when he offered, I mentioned Brokeback Mountain in excitement.

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    This makes me worry about the relationship between my ESTp husband and INFp sister.
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    Discuss

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    Quote Originally Posted by oyburger
    This makes me worry about the relationship between my ESTp husband and INFp sister.

    there you go
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    IEI subtype

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    lol I wasn't allowed to watch Bambi
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    IEI subtype

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    I believe my dad thought there was some sort of political agenda to the movie.

    Here's a list of other things I was not allowed to watch for various reasons:

    Gummi Bears
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
    Tale Spin
    The Little Mermaid (I was allowed to see it in the theater, but then I was lectured about how evil it was in the car on the way home)
    Mister Rogers Neighborhood
    many, many, many, many movies and most shows that had any form of magic in it... I am having trouble recalling specifics at the moment
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joy
    I believe my dad thought there was some sort of political agenda to the movie.

    Here's a list of other things I was not allowed to watch for various reasons:

    Gummi Bears
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
    Tale Spin
    The Little Mermaid (I was allowed to see it in the theater, but then I was lectured about how evil it was in the car on the way home)
    Mister Rogers Neighborhood
    many, many, many, many movies and most shows that had any form of magic in it... I am having trouble recalling specifics at the moment
    a friend of mine had a mother like that. he could only play the bible game on nintendo. it was complete b.s. that he had a nintendo but only the bible game. he like coming over to my house because my parents were religious freaks about "magic" and other inane shite and agreed with his parents, but my parents rarely forbid me to prticipate in forms of entertainment because of it. bambi was seen as bad because it had a political agenda against hunters; my father was a hunter. the little mermaid was bad because of subliminal cartoons on the cover of the video; i remember seeing the huge pen_s hidden within the tower of the castle.

    any how, i wanted to hear herzy comment on the relationship of ontotheological speculation to socionics.
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    that is what i was getting at. if there is an inescapable appropriation that is required in the act of understanding, this brings into question the validity of socionics in describing what is real, and hence stubborn contradictions that continue to plague me.

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    the little mermaid was bad for a few reasons, the greatest of which was that the father saw it as his fault when his daughter got into troubled when she's the one who DISOBEYED *the crowd gasps* (somehow, the disobedience seemed to be a greater issue with the movie than the fact that the main character made a deal with evil, though that was discussed as well)

    after all, everyone knows that children are to OBEY every single thing those in AUTORITY, particularly their parents, order without hesitation or questioning. this is absolute. wives are also to OBEY their husbands.

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    One thing has been on my mind recently...maybe you could give me an answer.

    If ESTp, ISTp, ESTj, ISTj and ENTj got into a fist fight what would happen and most of all...who would win? In what order would they go down? I think these are the types most likely to physically beat the crap out of other types. But which of them is the toughest? You can add ESFp and ISFj there too if you want.

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    who cares? the ENTj would win the law suit.
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    That is highly illogical.

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    Star Trek is full of moral situations.
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    yes, it is.
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    The only thing my parents forbade me from seeing as a kid was The Crying Game. To this day I still haven't seen it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joy
    who cares? the ENTj would win the law suit.
    Well think about a setting where you have given up the rights to sue anyone. Like a NHB tournament. You could also think of another competitive setting like they are coworkers in the same department and one boss position opens and they all really really want it! Or something I just have a feeling that when these types clash it will be pretty intense in any context.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XoX
    One thing has been on my mind recently...maybe you could give me an answer.

    If ESTp, ISTp, ESTj, ISTj and ENTj got into a fist fight what would happen and most of all...who would win? In what order would they go down? I think these are the types most likely to physically beat the crap out of other types. But which of them is the toughest? You can add ESFp and ISFj there too if you want.
    I think ISTj. When they go into frenzy mode it's...ugh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    Quote Originally Posted by XoX
    One thing has been on my mind recently...maybe you could give me an answer.

    If ESTp, ISTp, ESTj, ISTj and ENTj got into a fist fight what would happen and most of all...who would win? In what order would they go down? I think these are the types most likely to physically beat the crap out of other types. But which of them is the toughest? You can add ESFp and ISFj there too if you want.
    I think ISTj. When they go into frenzy mode it's...ugh.
    You mean something like this? (idea borrowed from krae )

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    Here...a battle between ESTp and ISTj is about to start...(hmm...predators are a bit introvert so perhaps ISTp and ISTj )


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    Aahahah!! The thing is that ESTps are:

    - extraverted
    - perceivers

    so they let their energy release much more than ISTjs. So when ISTjs actually explode it's BOOOOOOOOOOOM.

    As for predator, I think ESTp fits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    As for predator, I think ESTp fits.
    Umm...so ESTj vs ESTp would look something like this...


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    And here is a confrontational ISTp challenging you to make the first move...

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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    Quote Originally Posted by XoX
    One thing has been on my mind recently...maybe you could give me an answer.

    If ESTp, ISTp, ESTj, ISTj and ENTj got into a fist fight what would happen and most of all...who would win? In what order would they go down? I think these are the types most likely to physically beat the crap out of other types. But which of them is the toughest? You can add ESFp and ISFj there too if you want.
    I think ISTj. When they go into frenzy mode it's...ugh.
    It seems everyone has a very different view of ISTJ then me. I don't see them as agressive at all.

    Now, I don't want to say anything like any type is naturally best at "fist fighting" , but for ISTP, just keep Mike Tyson and Jack Dempsey in mind. Also Ty Cobb and Roger Clemens. And Mike Ditka and Bobby Knight. Those are good representations I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky
    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    Quote Originally Posted by XoX
    One thing has been on my mind recently...maybe you could give me an answer.

    If ESTp, ISTp, ESTj, ISTj and ENTj got into a fist fight what would happen and most of all...who would win? In what order would they go down? I think these are the types most likely to physically beat the crap out of other types. But which of them is the toughest? You can add ESFp and ISFj there too if you want.
    I think ISTj. When they go into frenzy mode it's...ugh.
    It seems everyone has a very different view of ISTJ then me. I don't see them as agressive at all.
    They're not as a rule, because they try hard to rationally follow their principles. In the rare occurance of eruption, you'd better run My dad's one. I've seen him only once very angry...I ran, luckily

    Now, I don't want to say anything like any type is naturally best at "fist fighting" , but for ISTP, just keep Mike Tyson and Jack Dempsey in mind. Also Ty Cobb and Roger Clemens. And Mike Ditka and Bobby Knight. Those are good representations I think.
    Yeah no dobut ISTPs would be at least 2nd [/img]
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    Whatever, star trek taught me everything i know about treating people right
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