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Jan Andrea -- Thursday, May 29, 2003 -- 07:13:37 PM

Found a fun quiz, survey, or other interactive site lately? Post the URL and we'll chat about the results until it grows tiresome. Then we'll do another one.

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(Deleted message originally posted by Lilith on Sunday, February 09, 2014 -- 10:39:36 PM.)

fatdirt -- Monday, February 10, 2014 -- 02:40:40 PM -- 6728 of 6746
You can tell a lot about the mood of a woman from her hands. For instance, if they are holding a gun, she is probably angry.

I am Dwight.

Damara -- Monday, February 10, 2014 -- 07:17:17 PM -- 6729 of 6746
Now with fewer non sequiturs!

Abraham Lincoln. I know, right? But the study was correct in that I like broccoli and arugula and I will cheerfully admit that I score high on neuroticism under any circumstances.

Sterling Dingleberry -- Tuesday, February 11, 2014 -- 02:49:04 AM -- 6730 of 6746
All liberals are brain-stunted idiots who will never learn anything if they continue to insist on maintaining their childhood as a permanent lifestyle.

Bill Clitton or Warren G. Hardon.

Actually LBJ.

jumanji -- Tuesday, February 11, 2014 -- 04:26:31 AM -- 6731 of 6746
So often, the problem is that one was thinking of the capybara.

US Grant...

Pincher Martin -- Tuesday, February 11, 2014 -- 04:35:13 AM -- 6732 of 6746
"Whoever is winning at the moment will always seem to be invincible." -- George Orwell

Oh, that's cool. I haven't seen anyone else who's a Ulysses S. Grant.

Fatdirt, my wife also came up as Eisenhower.

Phillip Sheridan -- Friday, February 14, 2014 -- 07:31:36 PM -- 6733 of 6746

Eisenhower.

Nicholas Kronos -- Friday, February 14, 2014 -- 08:02:58 PM -- 6734 of 6746
"This is what a successful presidency looks like." -- Paul Krugmann

[Pincher] my wife also came up as Eisenhower.
[Phillip] Eisenhower.

This explains so much.

Pincher Martin -- Friday, February 14, 2014 -- 08:10:10 PM -- 6735 of 6746
"Whoever is winning at the moment will always seem to be invincible." -- George Orwell

My character needs an Eisenhower to manage it.

kim kay -- Saturday, February 15, 2014 -- 12:05:21 AM -- 6736 of 6746
I hope to impress the judges with my chicken feet.

James Madison.

I'm not sure what the options were but for a while I was afraid I was going to come out Ronald Reagan...shoot from the hip/personable but not too deep.

Wampus Cat -- Saturday, February 22, 2014 -- 02:33:41 PM -- 6737 of 6746
Smiting is not a lateral business.

Also Barack Obama.

sapphirerose -- Saturday, February 22, 2014 -- 08:38:03 PM -- 6738 of 6746
Hot like a hepatitis-induced fever from a thirdhand heroin needle - Nicholas Kronos on the appeal of Russell Brand

Thomas Jefferson

chippy -- Saturday, February 22, 2014 -- 11:27:48 PM -- 6739 of 6746
A red skittle in the red-hots candy dish.

George Washington?

Pincher Martin -- Saturday, February 22, 2014 -- 11:49:25 PM -- 6740 of 6746
"Whoever is winning at the moment will always seem to be invincible." -- George Orwell

Why the question mark?

chippy -- Sunday, February 23, 2014 -- 02:00:25 AM -- 6741 of 6746
A red skittle in the red-hots candy dish.

Just surprised...

ciao bella -- Sunday, March 02, 2014 -- 04:47:31 PM -- 6742 of 6746
All creatures great and small, my ass.

James Madison. Although I'm not quite sure about the preference for military intervention to solve international problems.

Nicholas Kronos -- Wednesday, July 02, 2014 -- 06:13:57 PM -- 6743 of 6746
"This is what a successful presidency looks like." -- Paul Krugmann

10 for 13

CalGal -- Saturday, July 05, 2014 -- 06:54:38 AM -- 6744 of 6746
I remember a time, back in the late 90s, when I thought nonsense like this mattered somewhat more than I do now. Now I see well-educated people yammering about the birth control choices of their daughters, or gay marriage, and I think they are morons.

I got all but the first.

Nicholas Kronos -- Saturday, July 05, 2014 -- 04:36:32 PM -- 6745 of 6746
"This is what a successful presidency looks like." -- Paul Krugmann

Missed...

#2--Which I've never seen (consequently, this particular visual means nothing to me) but know the plot of. The clue should have said the paper becomes a seed or acorn IMO. Something like that.

#9--A movie I'm only vaguely aware of.

#12--It's compartmentalized in the "book" part of my brain, rather than "movie." Knowing the answer now, I think the clue should have simply been "too hot for the library" because the TV part of it is a red herring. They didn't burn TVs; they encouraged them.

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#1 was the most puzzling that I still managed to figure out.

caitlen -- Sunday, July 06, 2014 -- 03:34:16 AM -- 6746 of 6746
Honey, if any woman thought a gorgeous guy was going to rescue her, romance novels wouldn't be forty percent of the publishing industry.

10 out of 13 as well. Didn't get 12 or 13, and didn't quite get 9, although I could picture the movie just couldn't remember the title. #1 I got quite quickly, even without the clue at the bottom (I had to reload my page to get the slideshow working, and only half the slide appeared the first time). Had literally no clue with #13 or, to be honest, #12.

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