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Monday, January 15, 2007

A Buffy Test

63% amorality, 72% passion, 54% spirituality, 27% selflessness
You probably have a complicated, multi-faceted personality. Kind of like Glory-Ben-Glorificus.

Passionate and driven with a spiritual side that comes out at times, a healthy taste for the finer things in life and a willingness to do what's necessary to achieve your ends. You're assertive and have no problems standing up for yourself. And, push come to shove, you're the closest anyone's ever come to straight-up beating the Slayer and her gang.


If you enjoyed this test, I would love the feedback! Also, you might want to check out some of my other tests if you're interested in the following:

Nerds, Geeks & Dorks

Professional Wrestling

Love & Sexuality



My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:

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You scored higher than 51% on morality

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You scored higher than 67% on repose

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You scored higher than 27% on spirituality

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You scored higher than 6% on selflessness
Link: The 4-Variable Buffy Personality Test written by donathos on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test

I Have a Dream

A friend of mine sent me the link to the actual speech that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. made in Washington.

He is hailed as one of the greatest orators of that generation and this being his greatest speech of all time.


Let us remember the past to stop us from repeating it's mistakes.

Friday, January 05, 2007

A series of Thoughts...really

Looking at some of the children’s programming out there, I have noticed an unbalanced outcry from certain parents and parents groups.

In the case of the movie “Happy Feet” there was an outcry against the envoirnmental message and the slant toward conformism. Some were saying that the movie was saying it was bad to be different, saying its message was too heavy for young viewers. Does it really? Being different in this case saved the day, embracing your differences and being open to new ideas is what children are supposed to do correct?

Where was this outcry when “High School Musical” became the number 1 DVD for the Child set? I didn’t see news articles and a multitude of segments on how this movie was for conformism. Let’s face it, one of the most popular numbers is “Status Quo” where friends are telling people who want to be different to stay “what’s cool”. In the end it fostered teamwork to have it all work out in the end. But this is ok?

What would be perfect for children these days? I mean do we want non conformist ideals to rule the day? And what ideals do we wish our children to conform to? What is right? Would you feel comfortable if no matter where you child was going to school they taught the same thing and there was no variation to compensate for strengths and weaknesses?

Isn’t that a conformist view? Even in the extreme? If I look closely at children’s shows , movies and programming, I see constant misbehaving, back talking, parents unable to cope with any situation with the children being either smarter or more clever then the adults. In most cases both. Is this to foster an elitist attitude amongst children, that they are better then the adults who are there to guide them?

Does our consumer oriented society , that values beauty wealth and power over all else care that we may be raising a bunch of foul mouth misbehaving children?

So are we a bunch of conformists?

Are we just power hungry?

How many actually want to sit down and delve into this?

What will it truly say about our character?

Monday, January 01, 2007

People Envy Your Compassion
You have a kind heart and an unusual empathy for all living creatures. You tend to absorb others' happiness and pain.People envy your compassion, and more importantly, the connections it helps you build. And compassionate as you are, you feel for them.
What Do People Envy About You?

Happy New Year!!

January 1st 2007

I can say - hey look we made it!

And yes we did. It's great. This is a time to reflect on what's gone on the past 12 months.

I know I have been busy, so busy that I barely write anymore. My stint as a student is put on hold yet again. But I did get a new job, got to fly to Paris and see Amsterdam, kept in touch with friends, saw my baby hit the one year mark.

oh by the way....he's walking now!

I have seen my older son slowly mature and begin to act like the hardheaded teenager he is.

This year had it's low points for me, my grandfather past away, the man who was the rock in my family, the center point. I can say that i am happy that he was able to see the kids before he died. I'll always love you Daddy.

on an up note, I may be starting to date again...yes I know, stop the presses on that one!

I am not going to make resolutions for my self this year. because I have found that they tend to fail. But I am going to make goals and benchmarks to help me achieve.

My goal for the next year is to get organized. My plan will come soon.

Happy New Year to ALL - May you achieve your goals and wishes in this new year!