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Ok, so I started exploring selectsmart.com out of boredom. Well, probably to avoid cleaning the house :) I had a great time and here are some of the more interesting results:

Top five Midieval Jobs for me:
- Abbot/Abbess
- Craftperson
- Druid
- Bard
- Bishop

One job selector said Actress, Babysitter, Doctor, Kindergarten Teacher, Math teacher. Another (which is WAYYY off) said Vet, prostitute, teacher, drug dealer and unemployed. BTW - Computer nerd was number 6 on that list, followed by person who picks road kill up off the road. I just KNEW the two were somehow related.

For some reason, the system thinks Final Fantasy would be a good RPG for me.

What type of dog am I? Border Collie, Lab, Dobermann Pinscher, German Shepherd or Komondor.

I could go on and on, but alas, I got bored with it :)

Comments

( 4 thoughts — Whatcha' think? )
genebob
Jun. 20th, 2004 02:37 am (UTC)
gack! I took the 2004 AMERICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE SELECTOR, and it says that I agree with Jill-Bob (the Quintessential Libertarian) gack! gack! gack!

1. Your ideal theoretical candidate. (100%)
2. Libertarian Candidate (63%)
3. Sharpton, Reverend Al - Democrat (61%)
4. Nader, Ralph - Independent (54%)
5. Socialist Candidate (50%)
6. Kerry, Senator John, MA - Democrat (43%)
7. Constitution Party Candidate (42%)
8. LaRouche, Lyndon H. Jr. - Democrat (41%)
9. Kucinich, Rep. Dennis, OH - Democrat (41%)
10. Bush, President George W. - Republican (23%)
trshtwns01
Jun. 20th, 2004 04:55 am (UTC)
Scary. I hadn't done that one because I'm not
much of a political beast (guess it's that
secret Quaker in me). When I took it, it gave
these candidates (it seems to think I'm a
democrat, although I've never thought of that.
I pulled for both Bush's and Reagan. Maybe that
is why I don't feel very political. My 'candidates'
weren't matching my personal beliefs enough):

1. Your ideal theoretical candidate (100%)
2. Kerry, Senator John (69%)
3. Dean, Gov. Howard (68%)
4. Kuninich, Rep. Dennis (68%)
5. Clark, Retired General Wesley (65%)
6. Nader, Ralph (64%)
7. Green Party Candidate (64%)
8. Sharpton, Reverand Al (63%)
9. Edwards, Senator John (62%)
10. Socialist Candidate (57%)
11. Moseley-Braun, Former Senator Carol (56%)
12. Gephardt, Rep. Dick (56%)
13. Libertarian Candidate (53%)
14. Lieberman, Senator Joe (50%)
15. Bush, President George W. (34%)
16. LaRouche, Lyndon H. Jr. (25%)
17. Constitution Party Candidate (16%)
18. Hagelin, Dr. John (7%)
genebob
Jun. 20th, 2004 03:13 pm (UTC)
yeah, i voted for Bush Jr. ... but doubt I'd make that mistake twice, based on this survey. :P

Interesting that it didn't ask whether I thought WMDs existed (outside Teheran or Pyongyang). Hmm.
(Anonymous)
Jun. 23rd, 2004 01:21 am (UTC)
Quintessential Libertarian? Nah. I don't fall so neatly into any political affiliation, although I do admit Libertarian (the real ones, not the anarchists) is probably closest. My Medieval jobs: 1) druid, 2) bishop, 3) nobility, 4) abbess, 5) chamberlain/chancellor, 6) knight, 7) bard. It asks you to guess your #1 result, and I nailed it. cool.
My mythological creature affiliation: 1) selkie, 2) siren, 3) knocker, 4) leprechaun, 5) banshee. {SNORT!}
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