I lol'd at that. One comment on Si though. Si is still a perceiving function. So IxxJ people, despite the "J" in their preferences, are not as close-minded and "stubborn" as some descriptions makes out to be.I also initially thought of them as eight sort of "building blocks". I find that many descriptions portray them as such, which bothers me. I realize that going too far in depth loses an audience, but it seems like they should be as theoretically correct instead of going so far as to basically say "Te types are jerks, Ti types are nerds, Fe types are over sensitive, Fi types are over emotional, Se types are thick, Si types are narrow minded, Ne types are ADD, and Ni types are prophets." One of these things is not like the other...
This is the way I think of Si. I don't consider myself that well-versed in Si so anyone feel free to weigh in. There is a librarian in one's mind freely pulling out a book or books (experiences recording all the details vividly), comparing it with a new one, and either writing (and cataloguing/labelling) a new book or use the J function to stabilize and then incorporate. This 'pulling out a book' thing, Si-doms tend to do it much more easily than other types. It's easy to think, therefore, to say that Si are more "traditional" and "narrow-minded". As long as one can explain that what seems to be a totally new idea isn't as far-fetched as an Si-dom thinks, with facts/experiences/examples, etc, Si is capable of accepting it and cataloguing it. Putting such label is an easy way out; just let them "perceive" your idea the right way (so that they can 'catalogue'), and it will be easy to see Si's are not as inflexible as one makes out to be.