Dating my conflictors
What do you think of Kill4Me typings?
I think this guy even though he acts like a know-it-all, still he has some reasonable typings (in my opinion). He typed me as SEI-Si, which I receive as a compliment. Why don't people seem to take his findings any further?
I just ignore his posts and don't particularly care what his thoughts are about socionics pretty much anything. It's also worth it to keep in mind that even a broken clock is right twice a day.
Mostly wrong. But like xerxe said, a broken clock is right twice a day - since he has so many public typings and has time/experience under his belt, the clock analogy applies.
A lot of his typings are just... bizarre.....
I do think he's correctly self-Typed though (SLE-Ti).
Some are right, others are wrong.
He's an eie.. some of his typing are good some are stupid. Socionics isn't a grounded concept you can't expect people to have the same understanding collectively. All typology galleries are filled with contradictory typing to each other. People can't settle on proper vi templates
He's just using marketing to make his sound better.
Is he the Stackemup guy? If he is, I don't trust his typing skills at all. On a different forum, he typed me as an SEI, which is pretty far from being my type.
I believe he tends to type celebrities/famous people/infamous people more accurately than he types forum members. If I were him, I would be embarrassed to keep some of his typings up, some of which are patently false because they contradict each other (for example, he types SisofNight and Olimpia different types even though they are the same member).
His saving grace is that he doesn't charge for his typings.
Last edited by Desert Financial; 05-01-2020 at 08:42 AM.
I think his enneagram typings are pretty good fwiw.
Regardless of what you think of K4M's communication or presentation, stackmeup's take on enneagram is really original as well as incisive and I wouldn't dismiss it. I struggle to grasp their (stackmeup's, that is) socionics typings more, though.
He channels his forearm strength and hair for his typings so he can never be wrong.