35 thoughts on “I’m glad someone else is paying for these …”

  1. I’m an INTP, which from reading about what it means, seems to fit me quite well.

    I am in fine company apparently:
    Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, Niels Bohr, C. G. Jung, Michel de Montaigne, Michel Nostradamus, Ada Lovelace, Socrates, Blaise Pascal, etc

  2. INTJ: me, Breda and Ayn Rand. Hey, if we had a fourth, we could play euchre and argue!

  3. I’m an INTJ (44-12-88-89).

    Other famous INTJ’s – Augustus Caesar, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Hannibal Barca, Thomas Jefferson, Sir Isaac Newton and Ayn Rand.

  4. About 15 years ago the wife of a guy in my paper & pencil roleplaying group decided to test all of us as part of her grad work. Of the 6 of us, 5 (including myself) were INTJ with #6 being ENTJ. Apparently this was not uncommon among those who played RPG type games.

    BryanP

  5. ESTJ – good lord have mercy! HA! I’ve worked in almost all of the recommended jobs!

  6. This is kinda freaky. I’m probably not well recieved around these parts, but I’m an INTJ too.

    I thought we were supposed to be pretty rare?

  7. I initially thought Myers-Briggs type testing was a load of crap until I took it and reviewed the results. There really is something to that thing.

    Reading the INFP rundown, it fits ya LawDog. I’m on the other corner of the chart – ESTJ.

  8. Strong INTJ in all four areas.

    Back in the 90’s, my employer,a major oil company, was giving these to everyone. The published reason was to help us understand ourselves and our team members. I always thought the idea was to cull out the difficult players. Unfortunately, those are the guys you want when you need to get someting done.

  9. Pretty evenly split between ISFJ and ESFJ (depending on the day or my mood).

  10. Another INTJ.

    I’ve seen this result so often around the blogosphere, we should form a bowling league. Or perhaps a Trivial Pursuit night.

  11. Also an INTJ–on the full-length, paid-for version of the test.
    On the free internet versions, I am often an ENTJ.

  12. Well, I must chime in for the rare 1.8%… ENTJ here, folks.

    (Read: confused)

  13. “…I’m still an INFP.”

    You damn’ skippy, you are!

    So? It’s worth knowing yourself. Thats all. I’ve no idea what I really come out as in that thing, but I know how I think of myself. Might do well to take the really battery, someday.

  14. ENFP as is my spouse. Makes it very difficult to make a decision on where to go for dinner. We absolutely know where we DON’T want to go but we could easily starve to death before a decision is made. Oftentimes PB&J is what’s for dinner…
    Cheers!

  15. I, too, am an INFP, and I think I need to know where you get your coffee.
    Not that it’d do me much good up here in Starbucks country…

  16. ENTJ:
    ENTJs are often “larger than life” in describing their projects or proposals.

    TRADEMARK: — “I’m really sorry you have to die.” (I realize this is an overstatement. However, most Fs and other gentle souls usually chuckle knowingly at this description.)

  17. I’m an INFP as well. From my understanding it’s an uncommon combination for a man. So you’re uncommon 😀

  18. Hey! I’m an INFP too. I was the only one out of my fellow police student candidates.

    My classmates and professors told me that my Meyers-Briggs profile really isn’t cut out for law enforcement.

    Guess you proved them wrong 😛

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