I enjoy procrastinating by spending loads of time taking silly quizzes instead of doing other things I should be doing. Anyway, here are a few things I learned about myself this evening.
My purity profile:
Homosexual 38% (???)
Drug Use 69%
I will die at age 76.
I am tending toward "loser" status and need to get help soon.
Although I took many Geography courses in college, including Climatology, I scored at about the 20th percentile re. my knowledge of weather.
Only 26% of people are more spoiled than me.
80% to 90% of people with my educational background (Master's degree) know more than I do about chemistry.
On how much I love money: a slightly less than normal score.
Given the Religion Selector, my top ones would be Secular Humanism 100% compatible, Unitarian Universalism 96%, Liberal Quakers 86%, Neo-Pagans 80%.
The philosopher with whom I would most agree is apparently Aristotle, according to one quiz. On another, Aristotle was listed as #2, behind Marx!
In my Presidential Mistress quiz, my top results suggested that I would be JFK, and my preferences would be 1. Angie Dickinson, 2. Jayne Mansfield, 3. Marilyn Monroe, 4. Inga Arvad, 5. Judith Campbell Exner.
My Greek God Selector says I would be Apollo, Artemis twin brother. He was a great musician, and the god of truth, light, and healing. #2 on the list is Neptune, the ruler of the sea, and Zeus's brother. He created the first horse, and the first earthquake. He was happily married. He is always seen carrying his trident. #3 is Hephaestus, the only crippled god. He had a deformed leg. He was the fire god. He created all the god's armor and weapons. He was known as being very kind and good natured. He was the blacksmith to the gods.
Of the seven available categories in the Political Belief selector, the survey says I am Left Liberal, followed in order by Socialist, Centrist, Authoritarian, Libertarian, Right Conservative and Reactionary. One Political Ideology selector pegs me as 1. Anarchist, 2. Marxist, 3. Socialist, 4. Progressive, 5. Leninist, 6. U.S. Liberal, 7. U.S. Libertarian, and lastly 8. U.S. Conservative. Another quiz placed me as 1. Liberal, 2. Socialist, and 3. Liberal Populist; and in the bottom three places on that list were 12. Conservative Moderate, 13. Conservative and 14. Conservative Populist. Yet another says I am 1. Liberal "Socialist", 2. American Liberal, 3. Anarcho-Communist, 4. Social Democratic, 5. Marxist.
My Hogwarts house would be Ravenclaw. The rest of them in order would be Slytherin, Gryffindor and Hufflepuff.
In the Middle East Political Opinion selector, I am an Average Israeli. The next best fit for me is Average Palestinian, followed by International Mediator. At the very bottom of my list is Palestinian Suicide Bomber.
My Past President Selector ranks ,y Top 20 presidents as follows: Thomas Jefferson 100, Abraham Lincoln 97, James Monroe 95, John Quincy Adams 92, George Washington 92, James Madison 91, Theodore Roosevelt 90, Franklin Delano Roosevelt 89, Harry S. Truman 89, Dwight D. Eisenhower 85, Lyndon Baines Johnson 85, John F. Kennedy 84, Woodrow Wilson 83, James K. Polk 79, John Adams 79, Ronald Reagan 78, William McKinley 78, Bill Clinton 78, Andrew Jackson 75, Grover Cleveland 75.
My favorite electric guitar would likely be a Paul Reed Smith hollow-body, followed by a Parker Fly, a Paul Reed Smith solid-body, a Gibson Flying V and a Gibson Les Paul.
Of ten Classical Composers listed in one quiz, my top five would be Chopin, followed by Schumann, Schubert, Liszt and Beethoven. And which Classical Composer am I? According to one survey, I am 1. Debussy, 2. Schubert, 3. Beethoven, 4. Schumann or 5. Rachmaninoff. Interestingly enough, Chopin came in last (16th) on that list. My tastes in Classical Music should tend toward 1. Late Romantic, 2. Modern, 3. Classical such as Mozart, 4. Minimalist and 5. Post-Modern.
My Scottish Politics selector says if I lived in Scotland I would be a 1. Scottish Socialist, 2. Scottish Green or 3. Scottish National.
My ideal presidential candidates for 2004, with my compatibility percentages:
1. My ideal theoretical candidate. (100%)
So, what did I learn about myself from all the above quizzes? Not much, except that I reinforced the knowledge that I enjoy wasting time sitting at the computer when I could be doing something far more constructive such as housecleaning, playing a musical instrument, paying bills, playing with the cats, or possibly even sleeping. But heck, those sites are fun. Check 'em out, lemme know how you did!