I suppose this is why I chose a Stoic for my cognomen

Saturday, October 15, 2005
Your Brain's Pattern

Structured and organized, you have a knack for thinking clearly. You are very logical — and you don't let your thoughts get polluted with emotions. And while your thoughts are pretty serious, they're anything from boring. It's minds like yours that have built the great cities of the world!

11 comments:

chuck said...

Well, I tried them all. Nowhere could I find a fitting description:

"You are dumb as a doorknob. When you speak, your friends start to fidget and make excuses about having to mop the kitchen. If you ever have an idea, it is sure to be something thought of long ago, probably by someone living in a cave."

So, my humble opinion is that the test is totally bogus.

Charlie (Colorado) said...

Uh, Chuck, did you expect a test consisting of choosing one of a dozen low-rez pictures to be deeply insightful?

Syl said...

"You have a dreamy mind, full of fancy and fantasy. You have the ability to stay forever entertained with your thoughts.
People may say you're hard to read, but that's because you're so internally focused. But when you do share what you're thinking, people are impressed with your imagination."

Heh. But this is weird. I don't know if it matches others impressions of me, but it matches my own to a certain extent.

Kinda proves I was a lefty once. And that I love doing art and music. But it doesn't address my programming skills, which were quite good.

(I've said nice things about myself a couple times on this blog today. I must be depressed.)

chuck said...

Charlie,

I did. Really, I did. I tried and I tried, but I just couldn't get it to come out right. Maybe I should have followed the instructions? High rez pictures might have helped.

Oh well, there are always the quizes in the women's mags.

Charlie (Colorado) said...

I did. Really, I did. I tried and I tried, but I just couldn't get it to come out right. Maybe I should have followed the instructions? High rez pictures might have helped.

Well, gee, Chuck --- maybe it did come out right and you just didn't notice?

chuck said...

maybe it did come out right and you just didn't notice?

Really, you think so? Wow, that's good to know. Guess it was just another case of no right answers, uh, no wrong answers, uh, or somethin'. Now, what was I thinking, uh...

terrye said...

Once again Syl and I are simpatico.

I have a dreamy mind.

Once when I was kid, way back when, I had a teacher who called me Princess Daydream because I had a tendency to get lost in my own thoughts.

It was cute then, now it is a similar to early onset Alzheimers.

SneakyFeet said...

"It was cute then, now it is a similar to early onset Alzheimers."

Wow, I could say just the same thing if I were as clever as terrye. I joke that I will probably have Alzheimers for years before anyone notices a difference.

Here's what I got: "Your mind is a creative hotbed of artistic talent.
You're always making pictures in your mind, especially when you're bored. You are easily inspired to think colorful, interesting thoughts. And although it may be hard to express these thoughts, it won't always be."

I like the way it suggests that there is hope for me.

terrye said...

snekyfeet:

Where there is life, there is hope.

Knucklehead said...

Charlie,

I was deeply insightful. It pegged my for a knucklehead immediately. Took me years to come to grips with that for myself.

"You're mind is a limpid pool, transparent and simple near the surface, slime and muck in the depths, loudly sloshing to no effect when disturbed by environmental forces."

Syl said...

Knuck

LOL!!!