Tuesday, November 01, 2005


Saw Hitchhiker's Guide last night on pay per view...I liked it, but then I've memorized the book. I stumbled on this "personality test:"

Personality, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy explains, is often mistaken by lesser civilizations to be a distinction between one sentient organism and another. However, with the exception of the Great Globular Collective of the Aquilan Nebula, this has proven to be a selfish, destructive, and predominantly useless distinction. An organism's character is actually shaped by influential interactions with reality, and, frankly, by how much reality likes you. Personality has nothing to do with the extent of your depressingly vast and inherent isolation from one another, the Guide posits, and everything to do with your depressingly vast and inherent isolation from the Universe.
Go here to take the test.