Tuesday, October 18, 2005

i'm off to kazakhstan!

so there's this really cool meme doing the rounds:

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Your personality type is SLUEI
You are social, moderately moody, unstructured, egocentric, and intellectual, and may prefer a city which matches those traits.

The largest representation of your personality type can be found in the these U.S. cities: Reno, Washington DC, Providence, New York City, Denver, Norfolk, Salt Lake City, W. Palm Beach, Baltimore, Miami/Ft. Lauderdale, Detroit, Albuquerque/Santa Fe and these international countries/regions Kazakhstan, Luxembourg, Greece, Argentina, Iceland, Taiwan, China, Croatia, Italy, Poland, Spain, Israel, Brazil, Mexico, Thailand, Turkey, Finland

What Places In The World Match Your Personality?
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Who knew, my beautiful country of snow-capped peaks, strange, beautiful men (one hopes) and - *google-earths* er, not very cultivable land, that we were meant for one another.

And the personality test seems to be spot-on. At least Kausha will attest to the fact that 'unstructured' is my middle name. I'm so unstructured that at the atomic level, I probably don't even exist.

Hmmm. On reviewing that list of countries again - I might like Finland. They speak Quenya - er, Finnish there.

current musix: led zeppelin - night flight

5 comments:

  1. I got SLUEN!

    I'm moody but only moderately intellectual.

    LOL! (True!!)

    It recommends I move to the Rust Belt in the US (Cleveland, Columbus, Detroit) or to England, Kazakhstan (also!) or Singapore..

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  2. The Rust Belt, pah! Sounds like something a forty-five year old Tudor woman's impotent husband would make her wear under her dress. Hang on - doesn't Bush control most of it?

    And yay Kazakhstan! At least we'll know each other if we move there. Although I'm sure the shopping's better in Singapore.

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  3. As someone who's been living in Cleveland the past three years, I'd just like to point out that it's quite nice here. (Actually, I think we were rated the 26th most livable city in the world recently and were the highest U.S. city on the list. But that's beside the point.)

    Cleveland, Columbus, and Detroit are not controlled by Bush--the rural areas between them are! Cuyahoga County, where Cleveland is located, was most distinctly blue last November. ;-)

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  4. Well, R.E.M. has a song about Cuyahoga which means they must have something of the 90s alternative spirit about them. still, darling, you are in Ohio - and Detroit is full of cars. But! I'm not arguing. As someone who comes from what is widely polled to be one of the worst cities to live in but loves every inch of it, I am clearly a social pervert.

    *huggles* Hope the classes on bird aerodynamics are going well!

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  5. You do know that I used to live in Detroit before I went to school in Cleveland, right? I've got a good four years going in this Rust Belt. I feel fairly confident in commenting upon it (or, more exactly, disputing the poor reputation the area has).

    The bird lecture was fun. The midterm I'm taking in a few hours... not so much.

    But tomorrow there will be the Frames, and that makes everything better.

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