Tuesday, July 12, 2005

I Arrr a Pirate, Matey!

So the results of the Cowboy-Ninja-Pirate-Knight Test are in, and (whopping surprise) I am a pirate. In fact I am so full of piratical bent I hardly register any ninjinuity.

Here's my score:

Those of you who know me may not find that strange at all. I personally was a bit shocked I didn't have a bit more knightlyness. Ah well. Guess I'll sign off for today with the following rant from pirate captain Charles Bellamy. It has a nice raised-middle-finger sound to it.

"I am a free prince and have as much authority to make war on the whole world as he who has a hundred sail of ships and an army of a hundred thousand men in the field. And this my conscience tells me; that there is no arguing with such sniveling puppies who allow superiors to kick them about the deck at pleasure, and pin their faith upon the pimp of a parson, a squab who neither practices nor believes what he puts upon the chuckle-headed fools he preaches to."

3 comments:

Laura said...

Hi Todd,
I took the test, and I came out:

a Knight Captain
You scored 7 Honor, 7 Justice, 5 Adventure, and 4 Individuality!
Some knights follow the orders given them. Some know when to improvise. The second sort are the ones that grow to power, to become leadeers and Knight Captains. Your sense of duty, honor and justice speaks that your name should be amongst their ranks.
Get your squire, your banner, your armor and your sword. You're gonna do just fine

Hmm. What does that mean????

Be careful with those knees. Did you try icing them?

Laura

tbone said...

Oh yes... Icing, neoprene brace, etc. But mostly exercise and PT (chiro, acupuncture, massage).

Hmmm... I guess you're not only a do-gooder, you're the HEAD do-gooder! :)

Neko Wafer said...

Oh, Lordy, I'm a cowboy!
- 6 Honor
- 3 Justice
- 8 Adventure
- 6 Individuality

"You scored higher than 24% on Ninjinuity. You scored higher than 16% on Knightlyness. You scored higher than 77% on Cowboiosity. You scored higher than 62% on Piratical Bent.

Well pardner, the thing that drives you is a sense of adventure. You're willing to play by the rules, but only so long as you've got open territory to cover and new frontiers to explore. You don't need much and you don't ask much.

Strap on your six gun and wear your Stetson proud. I think you'll do just fine."

The really interesting (scary?) thing is that I really do own a couple of Stetsons, purchased at the Stetson factory in Missouri!