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Chief Jack's Galley

There's a place for people who laugh at nothing...


May 17th, 2006

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Your Linguistic Profile::
65% General American English
15% Upper Midwestern
5% Dixie
5% Midwestern
5% Yankee




I thought it might be interesting to do this one, as well:





You Are Likely a First Born



At your darkest moments, you feel guilty.

At work and school, you do best when you're researching.

When you love someone, you tend to agree with them often.



In friendship, you are considerate and compromising.

Your ideal careers are: business, research, counseling, promotion, and speaking.

You will leave your mark on the world with discoveries, new information, and teaching people to dream.



Spot on. I wonder what my brother Pat, who was Mom's child by her second husband, would score? Mom used to call him and me "my two oldests".



And, this one looked interesting:





Your Scholastic Strength Is Innovating



You are the master of new ideas, techniques, and ways of looking at things.

You are talented at structuring thoughts, decision making, clarifying, and making deadlines.



You should major in:



Marketing

Psychology

Design

Cognitive Science

Economics

Photography



What's interesting is that I've considered going back to school for an advanced degree in economics, or get my MBA and specialize in marketing. Not that I'm going back to school or anything...


This one was interesting, too...





You Are 80% Boyish and 20% Girlish


You have a tough exterior - and usually a tough interior to match it.

You're no nonsense, logical, and very assertive.

Sometimes you can't understand women at all, even if you're a woman yourself.

You see things rationally, and don't like to let your emotions get the best of you.





(See, I'm uploading a copy of a database to a very slow FTP server....)
 
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From:wingguy
Date:May 17th, 2006 01:55 pm (UTC)
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Hey, I'm 15% Dixie. I guess it's from all those years in Mississippi and Texas.
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From:john_holton
Date:May 18th, 2006 08:31 am (UTC)
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I've lived in Atlanta almost 19 years now, and I still haven't picked up on a lot of the regionalisms. Of course, Atlanta's not like the rest of the south.

Chief Jack's Galley

There's a place for people who laugh at nothing...