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  • S_Ombre
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    16.76%
    I thought it might be higher, I'm relieved.

    S. Ombre

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  • MissDreamy
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    27% Total Geek 8O

    The truth hurts sometimes.

    I can't help wearing glasses! I didn't asked to be short sighted!!!!

    Did I actually tick the box which said 'do you believe in unicorns'? Oh dear, it seems I did. . . :oops:

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  • Mikey_C
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    What is the difference between a geek, a nerd, and an anorak? Does having Asperger's syndrome give one an unfair advantage?

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  • Rymdolov
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    26.8 % (and I had an urge to write out all five decimals, which should raise my percentage a bit).

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  • Kalessin
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    30.6%

    A bit too computer/science-centric that 'un. A good number of those questions are about things that everyone should have learnt in school anyway. :roll:

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  • McTalbayne
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    Originally posted by Governor of Rowe Island
    I got 10.65089 - geekish tendencies.

    Thank God for that! One always worries.
    Embrace your 10%.

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  • Governor of Rowe Island
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    I got 10.65089 - geekish tendencies.

    Thank God for that! One always worries.

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  • mordenkainen
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    :roll:

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  • Groakes
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    53.84615%

    I don't know wether to be proud or sad - and I answered all the Star Trek questions negative!!!

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  • A_Non_Ymous
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    I took this test out of curiosity, and I scored 21.30178%.

    That's higher than I thought it might be. No one who knows me well has ever called me a "geek." Of course, I've heard other interesting adjectives applied, but not that one. :lol:

    Note that I work with computers quite a bit, and have a local area network at home. I also had to answer yes to some of the silly questions about doing math problems in the head and winning competitions at same. Those sorts of questions got me + answers, no doubt, and may have biased the results a trifle.

    In short, I think their methodology is flawed, or their definition of "geek" is so loose, it basically means, "not a moron."

    LSN

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  • invalid nickname
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    I must protest the cultural bias in this test. It is skewed to favor con-geeks and web-geeks over old unix geeks and phone-geeks.

    Never the less, I got 35.10853%.

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  • McTalbayne
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    42%, Yikes.

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  • mordenkainen
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    phew. :lol:

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  • Zoxesyr
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    i admit i am surprised at my score: 55.6213 - Extreme Geek

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  • mordenkainen
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    eek. this can't be happening to me here.

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