June 29th, 2005

Torey Rave

This Isn't New

But it's still brilliant.

-The Gneech

Edit: Also, this came out surprisingly accurate!

You scored 47 Holy, 47 Tactful, 82 Natural, and 30 Arcane!
Hmm, you've got the skills, nobody can deny that. You're a hard nut to crack in a fight, you can hound an enemy like no other, you have a connection to the wilderness that borders on supernatural, and the animals back home love you. Don't be fooled by LOTR though, you are not a natural leader. In fact, you're probably a bit of a recluse, and you are reasonably rash. You gave up understanding why humans treat each other so needlessly bad a long time ago, and have just decided to do what you can for the defenseless of us by savaging the people that harm what you love. If everyone were like you this world would be a great place... but since it's not, better get back to hunting evildoers ... with uncanny intensity.

My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 49% on Godliness
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You scored higher than 46% on Tact
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You scored higher than 78% on Harmony
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You scored higher than 26% on Arcane

Link: The Which D & D Class am I Test written by effataigus on OkCupid Free Online Dating
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Kero Confused

Longest Afternoon EVAR

Meh ... how can I write, draw, or work on gaming while still looking like I'm actually doing work? Hmm.

In other news, here's Today's Forgotten English.

A phrase implying that the job will be nearly finished, and tantamount to the expression, "making it look foolish." Essex.
--James Halliwell's Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words, 1855

On this date in 1801, Britain's first census was begun. In a subsequent survey, conducted in 1881, residents were asked to furnish their "rank, profession, or occupation." Some of the more puzzling responses, as preserved by the London Genealogical Society, included:
  • Maker of sand views
  • Invisible net maker
  • Colourist of artificial fish
  • Knight of the Thimble
  • Disinfector of railways
  • Carrot and mangle salesman
  • Boy for general purposes
  • Electric bath attendant
  • Count as female
  • Scarecrow
  • Drowner
  • Fish-bender
  • Cow-banger
  • Running about
  • Goldfish-catcher
  • Grape-dryer

Well no wonder there was somebody running about, with all that cow-banging and fish-bending going on! What I can't figure out is how a job being nearly finished makes it look foolish.

-The Gneech, boy for general purposes
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