(remember - this is a caricature, like Ganin's "uncovered" descriptions)
1. LSI is narrow-minded (introtims are known to have narrow interests, but LSI is a caricature of that property).
2. LSI is legalistic and bureaucratic - he lives on paper (who said Ti+ and Ti- was the same thing ???).
3. LSI is a withdrawn loner (I know a LSI guy which pretty much doesn't like socialising, but I like him because he has other strengths).
4. LSI is passive-aggressive : he's lazy and doesn't do anything but gets angry when people don't satisfy him.
5. LSI doesn't care about problems (in contrast to LSE, which is negativist).
6. LSI is a bad leader - although he likes to command (like all J-types do), people won't like his leading style, because he can appear too cold, rigid and unfriendly to people he leads, and become unpopular (IT types are statistically the most at ease when taking unpopular decisions and measures). Think of my president, Nicolas Sarkozy.
7. LSI acts like a machine, with stiff movements.
8. LSI likes order. Orderly things are beautiful by themselves (and I agree with that...).
9. LSI does things too slowly because he wants to do them perfectly.