Well I really appreciate you helping me here!
I usually obsess about having my creations organized. I also put my collection of DVDs in alphabetical order, and often make sure in my writing that my grammar, punctuation, and especially clarity of my ideas are both clear and correct.
Although that compulsion seems to be wearing off now that I started chatting with others on Instant Messenger.
When I put things back into perspective, I realize that I am very hard-working and determined when it comes to things I care about, but lazy about things I'm less interested in. Though that would mean I do things according to values (Feeling).
However, I identified myself as a Thinker because I'm not really compassionate and I'm more interested in systems than people. (Although my compassion for animals is very strong.) My thoughts are typically cold-hearted. I'm one to enjoy dirty and morbid humor. (I love morgue and even Holocaust jokes.) And I'm not offended by it nor offended by other people's insults toward me. I'm definitely more perceived as unemotional and uncaring, and I also have zero tolerance for political correctness.
Though at 22, I think my Feeling side is starting to develop, because I'm starting to get interested in starting a relationship with another human (I never really had friends, let alone a girlfriend). But of course, I'd prefer for that person to enjoy and share my sense of humor.
Also, it just so happens that I have Asperger's Syndrome, and I understand, theoretically, that INTJ is a very common type for people who have it.
I guess I probably am an INTJ, but I just don't completely fit the man-of-science stereotype that Keirsey associates with the type (and the entire temperament). Studying science is more of a hobby for me -- I'm more interested in art, filmmaking, and creative writing.
I'm also an Enneagram 5w4, by the way.