Take the Geek Test!

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Take the Geek Test!

Post by GaryEA » Jun 20th 2003, 12:15 am

It's amazing what you'll stumble upon when you're surfing the internet. And you thought Emode was quirky...

Take the Geek Test!

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(20.9073% - Geek)

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Post by Nostradamus » Jun 20th 2003, 1:06 am

39.64497% - Major Geek

Hah! Kneel before my geekiness, puny underling!

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...Incidentally, the optician recently told me that my glasses may be prone to breakage because my prescription is so thick...

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Post by fnordboy » Jun 20th 2003, 2:35 am

I don't know if I should be proud or cry:

42.40631% - Major Geek

But atleast it was 42, that is a sign that it is ok :shock:

(damn now I know I should be crying)

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Post by GaryEA » Jun 20th 2003, 2:51 am

LOL... and I thought my score was high... :twisted:

Gary
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Post by andrewgd » Jun 20th 2003, 4:03 am

32.54438% - Total Geek

Awww...at least I beat Gary. Of course, there are some things I used to know but don't know, and I counted those.

Its scarey how they seemed to look RIGHT INTO MY BRAIN with some of those!

"as little brand name clothing as possible"
"turn on my computer first thing in the morning"
"use 1280x1024 or higher "
"Your imagination, like a child, will explode with unrestrained possibilities for adventure."

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Post by starbug » Jun 20th 2003, 5:48 am

25-something percent. Total Geek.

And the thing that most frustrates me right now is that I can't remember the four digits after the decimal place (I had to shut the test down before my boss came and peered over my shoulder)...

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Post by Megs » Jun 20th 2003, 9:15 am

19.72387% - Geek

I guess I'm not much fo a geek. Those computer questions screwed me.
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Post by mglenn » Jun 20th 2003, 9:39 am

68.44181% - Geek God

Should I be worried?

The worst part is that I honestly had to leave these questions blank:

exaggerated on this test to score better
flat out lied on this test to score better
"When I disagree with a rational man, I let reality be our final arbiter; if I am right, he will learn; if I am wrong, I will; one of us will win, but both will profit." - Ayn Rand

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Post by TomSpeed » Jun 20th 2003, 10:03 am

23.66864% - Geek

I almost admitted to being a vampire, but you can't be too careful.


Doh!
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Post by Nothingman » Jun 20th 2003, 10:05 am

30.76923% - Total Geek

I always thought of myself as more of nerd or a dork, maybe they have tests for those.

Just remember if you can't get the correct answer for a problem you can always introduce a "special constant" to fix it.
"To come to your senses, you must first go out of your mind." - Alan Watts

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Post by fnordboy » Jun 20th 2003, 10:12 am

mglenn wrote:68.44181% - Geek God

Should I be worried?
Thank you for being geekier than me :)

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Post by starbug » Jun 20th 2003, 10:19 am

68%
:?: :!:

Holy guacamole. Even Nostradamus must tremble in the wake of your geekiness...
:)

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Post by mglenn » Jun 20th 2003, 10:20 am

fnordboy wrote:But atleast it was 42, that is a sign that it is ok

(damn now I know I should be crying)
Well at least you have a beach towel handy to soak up the tears right?
"When I disagree with a rational man, I let reality be our final arbiter; if I am right, he will learn; if I am wrong, I will; one of us will win, but both will profit." - Ayn Rand

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Post by meggrrrl » Jun 20th 2003, 10:25 am

2.5641% - Poser

and a lot of that geekiness is by proxy to my husband, who owns the geeky DVD's and made me watch Lord of the Rings more than I wanted to, etc.

Alone, I'm just 1.38067% - Poser

Though he argues that my belonging to this site should make me at least 5% more geeky. Can you imagine? Humph!

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Post by fnordboy » Jun 20th 2003, 10:26 am

mglenn wrote: Well at least you have a beach towel handy to soak up the tears right?
No self-respecting geek would leave home without a towel. That is one of the rules of geekdom.

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