1 out of 4 wants to be a cat ... that one is me. And here, all along, I thought I was just part of the crowd. Oh well ... better get my penquin out of the way, heh?


H-mom
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We learn a lot from crayons:
some are sharp; some are dull; some are pretty;
some have weird names; all are different colors.
And they all have to learn to live in the same box.
In a test like this, there is a relationship with one question to another question and the answer to both questions may be related to the answer of a third question.

When my son took those tests last year, one scout said the could look at answers to 20 of the 200 questions and determine the competitive makeup, how he related to "family" environments, and a sexual profile. Alot of thought is put into those tests and surprisingly enough they carry alot of weight.
I dont think I could put much faith in a test like this for my son. He just turned 18 and seems to be a differant person every day. Kids this young havent experinced enough life yet for a test to be accurate about what type of adult they will be.
bbscout ...

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The man who started the tests years ago was named Jim Mclaughlin with the Orioles.


Hmmmmm ... scarey tought ... the Orioles were the first team to have my son fill out a psychological questionaire ... noidea

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C'mon guys ... let me out !!!
I just wanna see a game !!!
H-mom
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We learn a lot from crayons:
some are sharp; some are dull; some are pretty;
some have weird names; all are different colors.
And they all have to learn to live in the same box.

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