I agree Sam. I started one of those threads you listed and later deleted it because I didn't want to label anyone who didn't want to be labeled.
The M-B can help to make sense out of our attitudes and perceptions. The test is value-neutral and assumes nothing of our past experiences---just a hint as to how we see and react to the world. People can and do change, though I took a version of the test in high school (licensed psychologist) and was deemed an ENTP then…again in my 20s, and once again just recently. Maybe I'm just resistant to change (also called stubborn). I still find the description of the ENTP to be a pretty darn accurate, but by no means complete description of me. We're all far too complicated for that level of detail.
I ask you to judge me by the enemies I have made. --FDR
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The ocean's Trident submarines
Lemons, limes and tangerines
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