Thursday, May 25, 2006

A Couple of Silly Things

I’d like to know who the people are that write these things, and how they do it. I was amazed at the results of this test, coz it fits my self-image to a tee. “The occasional bloody civil war,” indeed. The second time I took the test I came out as Einstein; and by the way, I suggest you use the 45-question quiz...it takes all of about 45 seconds to answer the questions...provided you know the answers, of course. See all the leader types here. Hat-tip to Rodger.

Speaking of Rodger…I stole this from him, too. Made me LOL!

10 comments:

  1. Ah-ha...so you've done the "bloody civil war" thingie too, Laurie?

    :-)

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  2. Ha! I love that graphic on the back of the window, too. I saw it one day but my "pilot" didn't (the RSO is the backseater, the pilot, yeah, in charge). I just showed her and she laughed too.

    Too bad it was 3 months later! ;)

    Take care, Buck!

    And, HI Laurie!!! I'm on my way over to your site right now, M'Lady!

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  3. Buck said: Ah-ha...so you've done the "bloody civil war" thingie too, Laurie?

    Only when all other mediation failed. My way or the highway, baby. That explains a lot in my life... LOL!

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  4. Laurie sez: That explains a lot in my life... LOL!

    Hmmm, my life, too...come to think of it!

    :-)

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  5. Now I'm a little unnerved by my results! I'm Saddam...yes, that one.
    To quote the verbage under the picture: People who don't like you better like chemical weapons. You like to be the toughest on the block. You aren't afraid of confrontation.
    Hmmm...not exactly my perception of myself...

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  6. Funny how the test results change, based on the number of questions. I came out as JFK twice and Clinton once on the tests with fewer questions?? Strange...

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  7. I am a twice-confirmed Sadaamite. Preposterous! Martha Stewart maybe, but not Sadaam Hussein :)

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  8. Buck: I only took the thing twice, with results as indicated. But...as I said, I'd like to know how these things are constructed. It's interesting one can get different results on multiple tries.

    Jo: Speaking of Martha Stewart... Back in 2001 the company I worked for in SFO was competing for a contract to develop, manage, and maintain the Martha Stewart Organization's web site. I incurred ridicule and ever-lasting infamy throughout the company by casually mentioning that Martha Stewart is one of my lust-objects during an MSO business strategy meeting... and, by the way, could I have the responsibility of being her personal escort when she visited us? It was rumored at the time Martha herself would visit us as part of the final pre-award evaluation process. She never did visit, but we did win the contract. Missed opportunities...

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