Sunday, October 15, 2006

Yep, Still Einstein.



I found this test on the blog of the Profanely Maternal One,
and only after taking it did I realize that I took it before, a long time ago. I was Einstein that time too. I am considerably more obsessed with my hair and can't do math without a calculator and would like to think that I'm much better looking. Though he certainly was cute in a Muppetish way.

7 comments:

Janet said...

Somehow, I'm Einstein too...

dragon knitter said...

oh my freakig god, i'm saddam hussein! toughest cookie on the block it says.

did you know that in today's society, einstein would have been labeled autistic, and learning disabled, and probably medicated to a fair-thee-well?

dragon knitter said...

the link you gave also lead to a what movie test, and i'm schindler's list. hmmmm. saddam and schindler. somehow they just don't jive.

Sue Woo said...

Mother Teresa. Go figure.

Catherine said...

My daughter is Hitler. We think it's her "my way or the highway" perspective. This has served her well in life, actually, and I think it's a good thing for a nice liberal girl going into social service work - she's not a starry-eyed idealist, she's pragmatic and she takes no shit.

Sue Woo said...

Girl will need that. Trust me.

Catherine said...

Sue, Girl is in training, learning to defend herself and restrain out of control residents in an in-patient program. It is tough work, but she is interested and thinks she can handle it, and not in a fantasy way. She's prepared to get bruised, puked and shit upon, she wants the experience.
She'll give it her best shot, if it's not for her she'll figure that out and she'll quit, but at this point she's very interested in the work and tall and strong enough to do the job. As a mother I'm freaked out, but I'm also proud of her. But I kind of wish that she'd followed the role her looks would buy her, and went into fashion merchandising or pharmaceutical sales or some other twit shit. But I'm really proud that she's not a twit.