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    while the forum was down i was bored and posted a bunch of quiz results on socionix. i'm too lazy to make a separate thread for each one so take any or all at ur leisure. i tried to put them in a chart but it was too much work.

    ANNOYING STEREOTYPE TEST
    http://www.helloquizzy.com/quizzy/take

    Doormat
    57% Politeness, 50% Intelligence, 47% Enthusiasm, 33% Dependence

    Welcome! Everyone walks all over you, and you're too nice to object. For cryin' out loud, don't be afraid to stand up for yourself! Nobody likes you anyway, so it won't change anything.

    You are a more polite version of the... Antisocial Jackhole
    You are a less intelligent version of the... Philosopher
    You are a less enthusiastic version of the... Babysitter
    You are a less dependent version of the... Prostitute
    WHATS YOUR CREATIVE STYLE
    http://www.psycholog...tive-style.html

    Creativity gives you insight

    You feel that creativity provides insight into your own being. In fact, it is like therapy for you, enabling you to get to know yourself better. You seem to be looking for a way into the mysteries of the subconscious. Itís not really self-expression you are seeking, but rather the tools of self-expression: discovering what your creation will reveal about yourself. Art helps you reflect on, analyse and expand your personality. You long to be creative, and itís not just because you need to deal with your emotions. Itís the tension between contradictions, and the need to resolve doubt that drives you to be creative. Painting pictures, decorating rooms, arranging shells in the sand ó these are all creative processes that allow your introspection to roam. You can trace your life through the different ways you have exercised your creativity. For you, art is there to make sense of life. You are more attracted to artistic activities that demand reflection, planning and solitude, and the personal discoveries you make often provide answers for others, too.
    WHAT 80s MOVIE CHARACTER ARE YOU

    http://helloquizzy.o...racter-are-you/

    Lorraine Baines McFly
    You seem to be most similar to Lorraine from 1985's "Back to the Future" (a trilogy), with a score of 28.

    "I've never seen purple underwear before!"

    Most likely:
    You don't fight and wouldn't be interested in pursueing a murderer, but want a strong man to watch out for you. You show no intimidation to your enemies, but know when to call out for help as well.

    Also, possibly:
    When you want something, you go out and get it, not wasting time planning. Your sense of adventure is more visable than your sense of humor.

    ETHICAL PHILOSOPHY SELECTOR
    http://www.selectsmart.com/PHILOSOPHY/

    1. Cynics (100%)

    2. Epicureans (76%)
    3. Thomas Aquinas (75%)
    4. Jeremy Bentham (75%)
    5. John Stuart Mill (75%)
    6. Thomas Hobbes (74%)
    7. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzche (72%)
    8. Stoics (72%)
    9. Baruch Spinoza (68%)
    10. Aristotle (67%)
    11. Ayn Rand (66%)

    12. St. Augustine (63%)
    13. David Hume (62%)
    14. Nel Noddings (62%)
    15. Jean Paul Sartre (56%)

    16. Plato (39%)
    17. Immanuel Kant (37%)
    18. William of Ockham (35%)

    19. Prescriptivism (18%)

    WHAT POKEMON ARE YOU

    DO YOU PREFER INTROVERTS OR EXTROVERTS (PICK FACES)
    http://www.bbc.co.uk...aceperception1/

    When rating male faces

    50% Introverted
    50% Extroverted


    You seem to have equal preferences for introvert and extravert faces. This means you may also have equal preferences for introvert and extravert partners.

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    1. Jean-Paul Sartre (100%)
    2. Stoics (85%)
    3. David Hume (83%)
    4. Immanuel Kant (82%) Info & N
    5. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (75%) Info & Notes
    6. Ayn Rand (74%) Info & Notes
    7. Epicureans (70%) Info & Notes
    8. John Stuart Mill (69%) Info & Notes
    9. Baruch (later known as Benedictus) Spinoza (66%) Info & Notes
    10. Thomas Hobbes (58%) Info & Notes
    11. Aristotle (54%) Info & Notes
    12. Jeremy Bentham (54%) Info & Notes
    13. Thomas Aquinas (48%) Info & Notes
    14. Cynics (46%) Info & Notes
    15. St. Augustine (45%) Info & Notes
    16. Nel Noddings (43%) Info & Notes
    17. Plato (41%) Info & Notes
    18. Prescriptivism (41%) Info & Notes
    19. William of Ockham (37%) Info & Notes



    Sartre's primary idea is that people, as humans, are "condemned to be free".[42] This theory relies upon his position that there is no creator, and is illustrated using the example of the paper cutter. Sartre says that if one considered a paper cutter, one would assume that the creator would have had a plan for it: an essence. Sartre said that human beings have no essence before their existence because there is no Creator. Thus: "existence precedes essence".[43] This forms the basis for his assertion that since one cannot explain one's own actions and behaviour by referencing any specific human nature, they are necessarily fully responsible for those actions. "We are left alone, without excuse."

    Sartre maintained that the concepts of authenticity and individuality have to be earned but not learned. We need to experience "death consciousness" so as to wake up ourselves as to what is really important; the authentic in our lives which is life experience, not knowledge.[44] Death draws the final point when we as beings cease to live for ourselves and permanently become objects that exist only for the outside world.[45] As such, death emphasizes the burden of our free, individual existence.

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    Your result for The Preeminent Annoying Stereotype Test ...
    Philosopher

    63% Politeness, 83% Intelligence, 50% Enthusiasm, 37% Dependence
    You know, the Philosopher stereotype really isn't all that bad. I mean, at least you can think critically, despite your obvious lack of a grip on reality. You might stand a chance of being successful, were it not for your dadgum laziness. Try doing something other than THINKING. You might be surprised at how fun it can be to peg an innocent bystander with a Descartes book.

    You are a more polite version of the... Haughty Intellectual
    You are a more intelligent version of the... Doormat
    You are a less enthusiastic version of the... Too-Goody Goody
    You are a less dependent version of the... Sex-Craving Geek


     


    You seem to be most similar to Buttercup, 1987's Princess Bride, with a score of 40.
    "You can't hurt me. Westley and I are joined by the bonds of love. And you cannot track that, not with a thousand bloodhounds, and you cannot break it, not with a thousand swords."
    Most likely:
    You are a woman/man of action and adventure, and are quite fearless. Like Juliet, you would take your own life in the absence of your Romeo.
    Also, possibly:
    You're willing to stand up against, be intolerent of, and not deal with the unjust. You know that even the injured of strength can be a hero.


    Now, what about 2nd place and last place?
    Your character compatibility scores: Ferris Bueller -4, ET 2, Elliot -5,
    Indiana Jones -9, Darth Vader -7, Princess Leia 12, Buttercup 40,
    Vizzini -21, Ralphie Parker -22, Mrs. Parker 7, Marty McFly -4,
    Lorraine Baines McFly 21, Roger Rabbit 13, Jessica Rabbit 1,


    YOUR ANALYSIS (Vertical line = Average)



    • You scored 2% on ET, higher than 40% of your peers.

    • You scored -9% on Indiana_Jones, higher than 14% of your peers.

    • You scored -7% on Darth_Vader, higher than 61% of your peers.

    • You scored 12% on Princess_Leia, higher than 53% of your peers.

    • You scored -21% on Vizzini, higher than 30% of your peers.

    • You scored -22% on Ralphie_Parker, higher than 15% of your peers.

    • You scored -4% on Marty_McFly, higher than 44% of your peers.

    • You scored 13% on Roger_Rabbit, higher than 61% of your peers.

    • You scored 1% on Jessica_Rabbit, higher than 58% of your peers.

    • You scored 18% on Ariel, higher than 64% of your peers.

    • You scored -20% on Goonies_kid, higher than 11% of your peers.

    • You scored -10% on Karate_Kid, higher than 11% of your peers.

    • You scored 12% on Maverick, higher than 45% of your peers.

    • You scored -5% on Elliot, higher than 19% of your peers.

    • You scored 21% onLorraine_Baines_McFly, higher than 86% of your peers.

    • You scored 7% on Mrs_Parker, higher than 55% of your peers.

    • You scored 40% on Buttercup, higher than 98% of your peers.

    • You scored -4% on Ferris_Bueller, higher than 35% of your peers.

    • You scored 0% on character_to_add, higher than 49% of your peers



    1. Jean-Paul Sartre (100%)
    2. Ayn Rand (98%)
    3. Baruch (later known as Benedictus) Spinoza (91%)
    4. Stoics (75%)
    5. Immanuel Kant (71%)
    6. Aristotle (66%)
    7. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (64%)
    8. Epicureans (62%)
    9. David Hume (60%)
    10. Thomas Aquinas (51%)
    11. St. Augustine (50%)
    12. Prescriptivism (42%)
    13. Jeremy Bentham (41%)
    14. John Stuart Mill (39%)
    15. Thomas Hobbes (32%)
    16. Nel Noddings (30%)
    17. Plato (28%)
    18. William of Ockham (25%)
    19. Cynics (19%)



    "When I ought to be thinking of heaven he will nail me to earth"

     







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    misdreavus is one of the top ten most badass pokemon ever

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    1. Jeremy Bentham (100%)
    2. John Stuart Mill (96%)
    3. Thomas Aquinas (87%)
    4. Aristotle (87%)
    5. Plato (59%)
    6. Immanuel Kant (58%)
    7. Jean-Paul Sartre (55%)
    8. Baruch (later known as Benedictus) Spinoza (53%)
    9. Thomas Hobbes (52%)
    10. Epicureans (46%)
    11. David Hume (44%)
    12. Nel Noddings (44%)
    13. Prescriptivism (43%)
    14. Ayn Rand (43%)
    15. Stoics (39%)
    16. St. Augustine (37%)
    17. Cynics (30%)
    18. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (28%)
    19. William of Ockham (21%)

    My inner socialist is showing.

    I did this one;

    "When rating female faces
    10% Introverted
    90% Extraverted

    You seem to have a preference for extrovert faces. This means you might also prefer partners who have this personality type.
    We expected you to choose faces with the personality qualities that match your own.

    • If you are extroverted we expect you to have picked mainly extrovert partners.
    • If you are introverted we expect you to have picked mainly introvert partners."


    But muh socionics :/

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    1. Ayn Rand (100%)
    2. Cynics (96%)
    3. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (78%)
    4. Thomas Hobbes (76%)
    5. David Hume (76%)
    6. Jean-Paul Sartre (69%)
    7. Aristotle (68%)
    8. St. Augustine (56%)
    9. Thomas Aquinas (54%)
    10. Stoics (54%)
    11. Plato (52%)
    12. Jeremy Bentham (51%)
    13. John Stuart Mill (47%)
    14. Nel Noddings (45%)
    15. Epicureans (43%)
    16. Baruch (later known as Benedictus) Spinoza (39%)
    17. Immanuel Kant (28%)
    18. William of Ockham (21%)
    19. Prescriptivism (9%)

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    Darth Vader
    You seem to be most similar to Darth Vader from 1980's "The Empire Strikes Back" (and other Star Wars movies), with a score of 47.



    "I am your father!"

    Most likely:

    You are very powerful and strong; basically at the top of the food chain, you have nothing to fear. You have no qualms with using all manner of weaponry and don't give a second thought to stepping over a corpse.

    Also, possibly:

    You have no dependence on a parent and don't hesitate to act and take care of business.

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    LUL.

    Rest later. Providing rest works, for some links don't after checking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Absurd View Post

    Rest later. Providing rest works, for some links don't after checking.
    yeah, I had to do a search to take some of them.
    http://www.helloquizzy.com/tests/the...tereotype-test

     


    Discordianism

    You scored 19 Angst, 53 Weirdness, and 71 Freedom!
    Hail Eris! Hail Hail Hail! Hail yes!
    Founded in the late 1950s, Discordianism is based around the worship (in the oddest sense of the term) of Eris, the Greek goddess of discord and chaos. Members practice a bizarre mixture of postmodernism, anarchy, absurdism, and Zen Buddhism.
    While many would say that Discordianism is a joke masquerading as a religion, many Discordians would tell you it's a religion disguised as a joke. Or a religion disguised as a joke disguised as a religion. Others will just offer you a hot dog.
    http://www.ology.org/principia/



    Your Analysis (Vertical line = Average)



    • You scored 19% on Angst, higher than 13% of your peers.

    • You scored 53% onWeirdness, higher than 88% of your peers.

    • You scored 71% on Freedom, higher than 84% of your peers.





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    Ahh, thanks. Missed that.

    Politician
    30% Politeness, 63% Intelligence, 57% Enthusiasm, 60% Dependence

    I have nothing to say. (No, seriously. This should be pretty self-explanatory.)

    You are a less polite version of the... All-American Fake
    You are a more intelligent version of the... Used Car Salesman
    You are a more enthusiastic version of the... Business Leech
    You are a more dependent version of the... Patent Troll

    http://www.helloquizzy.com/tests/the...tereotype-test

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    Baha'i
    You scored 26 Angst, 45 Weirdness, and 46 Freedom!
    As religious sects go, the Baha'i are very benign. They believe that all of the main prophets of the major world religions were sent by the same God, and that their prophet, Baha'u'llah, was only the most recent. Members of this faith promote racial harmony, ecumenicalism, and world peace. Their desire for harmony means that they abhore debate, however, and questioning doctrine is generally frowned upon.
    http://www.bahai.org/

    Trelelele...

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    heh, no Absurdism for you...

    Hail Eris! Hail Hail Hail! Hail yes!

    Have a hot dog...

    "When I ought to be thinking of heaven he will nail me to earth"

     







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    Jeremy Bentham (100%)



    John Stuart Mill (79%)
    Aristotle (67%)
    Thomas Aquinas (65%)
    Immanuel Kant (59%)
    Epicureans (59%)
    Jean-Paul Sartre (55%)
    Prescriptivism (51%)
    Ayn Rand (44%)
    Baruch (later known as Benedictus) Spinoza (44%)
    St. Augustine (37%)
    David Hume (37%)
    Nel Noddings (37%)
    Plato (37%)
    Thomas Hobbes (32%)
    Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (32%)
    Stoics (32%)
    Cynics (29%)
    William of Ockham (27%)


    Don't know a thing about Pokemones, but this Pikachu creature sounds really boring

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