Jason Pierce - IEI
LSI -- John B. McLemore:
He's a fascinating guy. The podcast S-Town (or Shittown, as it's referred to in the podcast itself), is largely about his life. Just listening to the podcast, I was unsure whether he was LSI or LII, but his pictures make it clearer.
I might make a thread about the podcast. It's worth listening to, and only seven episodes long. It's made by Brian Reed, and produced by the same people who did Serial and This American Life (which are/were aired on NPR and PRI, I think). The premise is that John e-mails the staff of This American Life asking them to investigate a murder he believe has been covered up in his small, rural Alabama hometown of Woodstock -- or, as he calls it, "shittown". As a result of his persistence, Brian Reed's sent down to investigate. The show's, I guess, in true crime genre, and consists largely of recordings from people in Woodstock.
It's difficult to talk it further without giving away large spoilers, but it's really technically excellent, and I recommend that people listen to it, at the very least so that I can make a thread about it and have people give their thoughts.
Also, at the risk of further derailing the thread, it was a stroke of genius to make the ending theme A Rose for Emily.
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Hacksmith ENFj , King of random LSI
Chris Eubank, Sr.: EIE
edit: Lakis Gavalas EIE <3 media-resurfaced rather tastefully after having been to prison for tax-related issues
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Tyler Hoechlin - SLE-Ti sp/sx
he ends up dating the SLE above on the show they’re on
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Dustin Kensrue IEI-Ni
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I noticed this though
I'm way more familiar with Miles. He is Se valuing, but he is way too locked-in, rough, and undiplomatic to be IEI. He sidesteps or gives literal answers to her questions about his feelings, his inner thoughts, the future, and his legacy. I don't hear any Fi, and he doesn't show much rationality or tie to system (despite being classically trained). I agree that he seems Beta irrational, but I would go with SLE. I was surprised myself, I figured he would be xSI. I could be wrong, but I do not think he is intuitive or a feeler. If not SLE, then LSI.
I'm not much for V.I. but you can tell Se ego from the sharpness to his gaze, reactions, and physical gestures. By that I mean he cuts through the room like a knife.
Edit 1: Tony Ferguson definitely comes off as having the weird sort of "authenticity" I tend to associate with Fi. SEE is not a bad typing for him.
Edit 2: Miles is so stiff, I want to say LSI. But I never get the impression LSI thought process is this close to mine (SLE-Ti). I guess he could be LSI-Se Subtype?
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IEI-Fe: Paul Walker
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SLE-Se: Machine Gun Kelly
Kevin Parker (Tame Impala) - IEI
it's interesting how it's clearly visible within the first few minutes of the interview that he's an NiFe type, and at 8:57 he shows suggestive Se. I think the woman who interviews him is an LIE.
favorite song from his new album: