Skip to comments.Freeper Research Project - Freeper Personalities: Results!
Posted on 02/26/2006 9:34:23 AM PST by Alamo-Girl
Below are the first results of the research project! We would like to improve on the project by adding occupations to the chart below. The occupations listed in each type code will not be associated with Freeper handles. If you would care to share that information, please post your code and occupation, e.g. INTJ - physicist. If you don't want others to know your occupation, you could send either Nita Nupress or me a Freep mail with the information. Thank you all so very much for participating in this project! If you'd like to be listed in the next update, please take the test and let us know your code and scores: Type Codes
We would like to improve on the project by adding occupations to the chart below. The occupations listed in each type code will not be associated with Freeper handles.
If you would care to share that information, please post your code and occupation, e.g. INTJ - physicist.
If you don't want others to know your occupation, you could send either Nita Nupress or me a Freep mail with the information.
Thank you all so very much for participating in this project! If you'd like to be listed in the next update, please take the test and let us know your code and scores:
LOL. Yep. That works for everything but the bank account.
My husband and I had our first date at a bowling alley. We got so interested in watching people, we never bowled. Had a blast trying to figure out what people did for a living, what kind of car they drove, where they lived, was it a date or where they married, that kind of thing.
Very cheap date in the end. We still love people watching, which I suppose is why I find this kind of thread so fascinating.
He's an introvert though. Still trying to figure out what it did for him. ; ).
OK....I have that hanoib*tch...but I also have:
Mary, mother of Jesus
St. John, the beloved disciple
St. Luke; physician, disciple, author
William Shakespeare, bard of Avon
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Evangeline)
A. A. Milne (Winnie the Pooh)
Laura Ingalls Wilder (Little House on the Prairie)
Helen Keller, deaf and blind author
Carl Rogers, reflective psychologist, counselor
Fred Rogers (Mister Rogers' Neighborhood)
MR. ROGERS IS MINE!!!!!
Another INTJ checking in here...current student: about to graduate with a Computer Science degree and will be studying medicine next year.
Hi, Alamo-Girl --
I am an ISFJ (44,50,25,11).
Interesting -- Thanks!
Punkin', I'm sorry about your boat. I know how bad it is when "your mouth gets ready" for something, and then you're denied it.
The inFP in me wants to offer you a cookie; but my introspection and intuition tell me that it's not the appropriate response for you.
Seriously, I am sorry about the plans goin' bad.
THOSE ARE SOME COOL KIDS (EXCEPT TOM)!
You know, I don't remember. I have a few resources I could ask if you are interested.
There are correlations if I remember right., it's been a while. I always related to this test better than the other one, so I think that is why I remember it.
Thanks on the Pollyanna thing. There was a time when I was quite the little cynic, but I decided that was a heck of a way to go through life. This fits my personality much better. Obviously. Ha!
I got these:
Simon Peter (Christ's disciple)
John Heywood (c.1497-c.1580, collector of English colloquialisms)
William Henry "Tippecanoe" Harrison
Harry S. Truman
Lyndon B. Johnson
George W. Bush
John D. Rockefeller
Robert A. Taft (U.S. senator, son of Pres. Wm. H. Taft)
Sam Walton, owner and founder of WalMart stores
Rev. Billy Graham
Dale Bumpers (U.S. Senator, D-Arkansas)
Phil Fulmer, head football coach of the U. Tenn Vols
Pat Head Summit, head basketball coach of the Lady Vols
Bill Frist, M.D. (U.S. Senate Majority Leader)
Lucy (Charles Schultz's Peanuts character)
Mrs. Harbottle (Herriott, All Creatures Great and Small)
Mrs. Rachel Lynde (Anne of Green Gables)
The Mayor (The Music Man)
ENTJ - Technical Writer
INTJ here--wife, mom, retired critical care nurse
Naw, it's just fun.
In looking into Shakespeare and Chaucer, it's fun to talk about how people believed in the humors.
Because you're playing it as a conservative, and arguing with them, I'll bet.
It's possible that the direct approach might work. If someone were to log in and say, "I'm a Freeper, but I'm not here to argue. I just want to see why Freepers and DUers think so differently. A number of us took this Jungian personality test (link), and it would be interesting to see how DUers score on the tests." It's possible that it would pique their interest enough to play along.
A more likely approach would be to establish some cred, by slinging LIHOP and MIHOP and BFEE around for a few weeks--that could be done with a shell script--and then starting a thread saying, "Hey, look at these idiot Freepers! On this thread (link) they all outed themselves as INTJs!!!1 What a bunch of saps. I'm an ESFP, how about the rest of us?"
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Maybe it was the ENFP that he was with? Sometimes opposites attract?
My undergrad degree is in psych. I later went on to get math/engineering degrees but I never could figure out why psych was so easy for me. I love learning about people.
Missed a couple of answers; new results:
I even took the test 3 times and answered differently each time...all results were the same....ESTJ.
You have Simon Peter...
BUT I have Jesus' mother.
SHE even wipes out my hanoijane--with plenty of room to spare.
Your Type is
Introverted Intuitive Thinking Judging
Strength of the preferences %
100 75 75 1
Webserver technical support.
Yeah? I got Lucy and I plan to keep pulling that football away & offerring therapy for 5 cents.
The ESTJ is outspoken, a person of principles, which are readily expressed. The ESTJ is not afraid to stand up for what she believes is right even in the face of overwhelming odds. ESTJs are able to make the tough calls.
Yep, that's us.
11 88 38 11
I think both of those careers use many of the same analytical skills don't they? Not to sound trite, but people are really just complex little machines...that sometimes go unpredictably awry of course.
I like it too. As far as what it did for him...well, it got me and it saved him thirty or forty bucks. The big prize for the guy who would really like to go home! ; ).
Seriously though, we both love watching people and have a ton in common. I think we realized it was a lifetime thing that night. Sigh. Young was good.
You can't HELP yourself!
The family likewise is a central focus for ESTJs, and attendance at such events as weddings, funerals and family reunions is obligatory.
Unless obligatory means I attend after being bribed.
I would guess, and this is a pure guess, that Julius Caesar was an ENTJ. Other leader guesses:
That's enough speculation for now.
You can't run away from YOU!
Lucy....auch! You win!!!! She's like a cat: She'll always land on her feet!
I don't attend - even while being bribed.
I don't believe in obligation.
That's what I did, took the test 3 times with different answers, except I got ENFP each time with different scores. (Can't even cheat on the test if we tried. lol!)
airline pilot [retired]
I took it twice. Same final answer but slight variation in numbers.
We can run, but we can't hide?
UPCrawfish = ISTJ 33 - 25 - 62 - 11 Inspector Guardian,
Director Network Operations - Union Pacific Railroad
I'll think I can find a way to cheat while still answering honestly.
One more time!
44 62 12 33
INTJ - engineer
(Up until 35 or so, I was an ENTJ. Wisdom calms the wildness of youth apparently...)
Thanks for the ping Alamo-girl,
I am owner-operator (retail), home improvement.
Wow Kyla, you are right on for the personality type!
VICTORY is MINE!!!
I took the test a 4th time with these results:
Your Type is ISTJ
Introverted Sensing Thinking Judging ( 44 1 38 22)
I have defeated JUNG!
You want to "eat your cookie and have it too."
;-) Plus, you want a woman who can fix your boat AND bake the cookies AND look like Doris Day WHILE fishing alongside of you.
You've got me on your list as ISTJ -- I am a librarian by training and am currently working as a legal assistant.
Let's just share our joyful discoveries and bear our miseries together...the load will be much lighter.
;-) Just call me Pollyanna, II.
I notice that my profile fits parts of other profiles and I'm sure yours will too. However, the ISFJ is 90% or so acccurate for me. I'm amazed.
I did, too, just in case late night wasn't the best time for taking a test. The good news is that I improved in one area; the bad news is that Introverted nabbed the points from Thinking to achieve 100%--aaargh!
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