Ok, all down showering, making lunch (a fine, fine sandwich if I do say so
myself… mmmm…. spiced havarti), and now I’m just waiting for my ride. In
the meantime I hit a place where I haven’t been for a while, JulieBug’s Journal.
She’s doing well, and I give a virtual wave to her.
I took a test she talks about in
her Aug 27 entry. I’m in with the address firstname.lastname@example.org
if you want to compare. Of course, the test tells me I’m an SICF, or:
You are a HELPER WHO FINDS MISSING CHILDREN OVER THE INTERNET (SICF). You are
very tentative in the world and introverted with people–which means you are
the shy and silent type. Hence the Internet. But behind your reserved exterior
lies a dedicated person with a passion for the concrete truth who wants to, in
his heart of hearts, help find missing children. God bless you.
I don’t even like children that much (well, boiled they’re
not that bad, depending if they’re in season or not)! So I’m guessing that
either I answered the “which mouse looks happier” question wrong or the test
is bumpkiss. If I remember right the last time I took this sort of test I
was IPFJ or something like that (not exactly that, but something similar… no
“S” in there that’s for sure.
Questions for the Day:
- So what exactly is Simon and Garfunkel’s Mrs. Robinson about?
I don’t hear anything in it about old ladies seducing young boys.
- How exactly do you keep lettuce fresh?