Almost unusually smart :-)

via davidould
Much More Scientific



You have:
77% SCIENTIFIC INTUITION and
55% EMOTIONAL INTUITION
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The graph on the right represents your place in Intuition 2-Space. As you can see, you scored about average on emotional intuition and well above average on scientific intuition.Keep in mind that very few people score high on both! In effect, you can compare your two intuition scores with each other to learn what kind of intuition you're best at. Your scientific intuition is stronger than your emotional intuition.

Your Emotional Intuition score is a measure of how well you understand people, especially their unspoken needs and sympathies. A high score score usually indicates social grace and persuasiveness. A low score usually means you're good at Quake.

Your Scientific Intuition score tells you how in tune you are with the world around you; how well you understand your physical and intellectual environment. People with high scores here are apt to succeed in business and, of course, the sciences.




My test tracked 2 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:


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You scored higher than 99% on Scientific

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You scored higher than 99% on Interpersonal
Link: The 2-Variable Intuition Test written by jason_bateman.


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Now, how funny is that?

Via davidould.

Not sure about the title, but the first sentence sums it up.

the Prankster

(34% dark, 34% spontaneous, 11% vulgar)

your humor style:
CLEAN | COMPLEX | LIGHT


Your humor has a slightly more intellectual or even conceptual slant to it. You're not pretentious at all, but you aren't into what some would call 'low humor'. This isn't to say you wouldn't laugh at a good dirty joke, but you'd definitely prefer something clever to something moist. You probably like well-thought-out pranks and/or spoofs and it's highly likely you've tried one of these things yourself. In a lot of ways, yours is the most entertaining type of humor.

PEOPLE LIKE YOU: Conan O'Brian - Ashton Kutcher




My test tracked 3 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:


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You scored higher than 16% on dark

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You scored higher than 0% on spontaneous

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You scored higher than 0% on vulgar
Link: The 3 Variable Funny Test written by jason_bateman on Ok Cupid


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You scored as Reformed Evangelical. You are a Reformed Evangelical. You take the Bible very seriously because it is God's Word. You most likely hold to TULIP and are sceptical about the possibilities of universal atonement or resistible grace. The most important thing the Church can do is make sure people hear how they can go to heaven when they die.



What's your theological worldview?
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Reformed Evangelical

82%

Evangelical Holiness/Wesleyan

79%

Neo orthodox

79%

Fundamentalist

57%

Emergent/Postmodern

50%

Charismatic/Pentecostal

36%

Classical Liberal

36%

Roman Catholic

18%

Modern Liberal

14%
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A fun meme

Via davidould via natewillsheets via kjs. First, read the questions. Second, answer them by typing your answers into Google search and then linking the very FIRST image that it finds, even if it's really embarrassing.

1. What was your first car?
Vauxhall Astra

2. Pick the name of one of your grandmothers.
Amy Darling

3. Where did you grow up?
Hounslow

4. Where do you live now?
Harlow

5. Search your first and last name.
Martin Biddiscombe

6. What is your favorite food?
Chilli con carne

7. What is the title of your favorite song?
And can it be that I should gain

8. What is your favorite smell?
Freshly ground coffee

9. What are your favorite shoes?
I don't have favourite shoes

10. How are you feeling right now?
Frustrated that email is down

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Family news!

Martin & Daniela are very happy to announce the birth of their son, Jakub this morning, weighing 9lb 1oz.

Jakub Biddiscome with Martin and Daniela


He is the first brother for Alzbeta (5 tomorrow) and Amalia (3½).

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Big changes

Since this things happened very quickly. In November I applied for a job, was interviewed (quite some process, let me tell you...) three times, and the day before we were going to see Daniela's family in Slovakia, was offered a job at Data Connection. I formally accepted the offer once we got back.

I started there a week ago. So far, so good.

The only problem is the commuting time. My old job was soooo convenient: ten minutes away. While Enfield's only half an hour away when there's no traffic around, getting there for 9am is a nightmare. So, this week I'm going to aim for 8am, and see if that's any easier.

Second big change... Alzbeta's started school this term. She's really enjoying herself there.

The other big change is predicted to happen on, or around, 1 March. I think you can guess what that might be :-)

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Courtesy of pould

1. Grab the nearest book.
2. Open the book to page 23.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the text of the sentence in your journal...along with these instructions.

omega^star = 1 over ((lambda_1 over (rho_1 + lambda_2.D1)) - lambda_1)

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Moving on

I've been working here at Nortel Networks, in Harlow for over eight years now.

It's (mostly) been an enjoyable experience. But, through no choice of my own, it's come time to leave.

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Our team had been working on a successful project, and yet our project was closed. The VP of our group claimed,
"Within our current business scope there is an envelope of affordability, in this particular case, that is directly associated with forward looking initiatives. Unfortunately not all projects could be accomodated within this envelope. As a result, there have been some project closures which have impacted the individuals working on those projects. It is this rationale upon which project priority based decisions were made and it pains me deeply that many talented people have been informed that their function at Nortel is being eliminated as a result, yourself included."
To be brutally honest, I don't believe him when he states the rationale for closing projects. It's frustrating, but what can you do? Take the package I suppose.

So, if you know of a job for an experienced software engineer/system architect who's an expert in routing protocols, let me know :-)

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