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    Edie Falco - ESTP - Zhukov


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    Lorraine Bracco - ESFJ - Hugo


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    Dominic Chianese - ESFP - Napoleon






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    Frank Vincent - ENFP - Huxley





















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    If Tony is an ESTp, then he exposes my stance on ESTp-Se beautifully: awsome in the descriptions, but a bit unbereable when you deal with them in real life. Heh.

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    Has anybody noticed the ring?


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    Quote Originally Posted by strrrng View Post
    Yeah, I'm still ambiguous on where Phil and Johnny Sack fit on the Te axis.

    Tony I typed as LSE for a few reasons. He had a kind of natural dominance about him that could seem stereotypically Se, but it was imposed to too high a degree and based more on how he wanted to make things work than just his natural position. And I realize he's the head of a family, but in this sense I couldn't see an SLE being as controlling and just getting carried away with things to the extent he did, disordered or not. I would expect an SLE in his position to simply hold things down, occasionally put people in their place, and just generally be a leader who doesn't have to try as hard to maintain things. It's a misconception that Se-dominance implies a preference for "force"; the whole point of Se in this context is that the boundaries it establishes are standalone and seen from an irrational point of view; this has nothing to do with power in the strict sense. Whereas Se-demonstrative types very much do impose these boundaries on their environment, because they're dealing with them from a devalued and EJ perspective.
    Gotcha, I actually agree with you now. I think EJ makes way more sense with Tony. He's so controlling and ultra assertive about it, that's where the mix up came in.. I been re watching the show and I think his cousin Tony Blundetto (Steve Buschemi's character) actually seems SLE or maybe even ILE, but I think more so SLE.

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