fallibilist

"I may be wrong and you may be right, and by an effort, we may get nearer to the truth." (Karl Popper)

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Are you more cat or dog?

I can't say this question ever occurred to me before, but now that it has I'm eager to know how I match up in the great feline-canine assessment.

I found this on a blog I came across while looking for something else, Betty the Sheep (see September 13th post). Legend. Other blogthings, which I found on none other than Blogthings, include:

In fact, why not just check out the entire list of blogthings, if you haven't done so before.

Update 1: I just did the "Are you more capitalist or socialist?" test and it came out "40% capitalist, 60 % socialist" and told me: "You tend to be quite wary of businesses, especially big business. While you know that corporations have their place, you tend to support small, locally owned shops. As far as the rich go, you think they're usually corrupt and immoral." None of those sentences are particulalry. I have no idea which question even suggested I'd think the last one. Admittedly I didn't tick the box saying the wealthy already pay ""more than their fair share" of tax; but that's because I don't really have any settled view on that question. For one thing I don't have any relevant figures to hand. And I'm not sure what anyone's "fair" share of tax amounts to.

I think I'll stick to the ones asking what colour orange I am, and, crucially, the answer to which I eagerly await: am I more cat or dog?

Update 2: The result is in: I am 60% dog, 40% cat. Here is what the test told me: "You are a nice blend of cat and dog. You're playful but not too needy. And you're friendly but careful.And while you have your moody moments, you're too happy to stay upset for long."

Update 3 (11.45 pm.) Of modern U.S. presidents, I am most like George H. W. Bush, father of the current president. I was told: "You're considered boring by people that don't know you well. But like Bush senior, you do crazy things. Maybe you'll end up banning broccoli in your house, or puking on the Prime Minster of Japan!" I agree with the broccoli idea.

Update 4 (11.55 pm.) My Japanese name is Hoshi Gosetsuke; my Russian name is Jermija Dimitre Novikov.

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