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Now this shade has quite a different vultology. Joy Behar and Germaine Greer side-by-side have the clearest depiction of l-l- when unseelie.
They retain the same ‘in charge’ and commanding (corporate) energy as previous Te-leads, but also insert a great deal of jesting comedy into it. Their energy is doubly extroverted, causing an excitation of both their Te and Pe energy. However, their Ne’s fluidity never breaks out of the rigid Je-lead architecture of their dominant function. I will make a comparison to the NeFi l-l- soon to show the difference.
Qualia: The two qualities we see mixed here are that of the Queen and the Puer. It will feel as if the queen is ‘letting loose’ a little from her usual seriousness, but never really disarming herself or succumbing to directionless joviality. Their parodies seem timed and executed, rather than sporadic.
Their personality can be summed up as:
- Jesting / Bantering
- Sarcastic & Ball-busting
- Quirky & Off-Beat
- Nonchalant & Deadpan
- Focused on Comedy
- Talk-show / Conversationalist / Commentator tendencies
We see in Joy Behar the epitome of this development. Behar is outspoken, blunt, sarcastic, unashamed to talk about wild topics and all the while doing it with ease of articulation. The already unfiltered lead Te takes in a friend in Ne, who allows for the same blunt humor to have a quirky delivery. The TeSi l-l- is perhaps the most talkative of the TeSi, having an avalanching quality to their speech. This makes them great commentators on pop culture and news. Like their fellow TeSi l—, there’s at least some affinity for politics which often supplies the material for them to source from with their Te+Ne combo. While Behar and Greer are more similar to each other, Tina Fey and Anna Kendrick are more similar to each other. We see in these two more of an acting orientation, less political and more improvisational. But both can dish out and take it, and often jest with their interviewers and also are attracted to comedy roles.