Tuesday, February 21, 2006

What Famous Leader Am I?

So I stumbled across this test on the Internets. Basically, you answer a series of questions and it determines which famous leader best fits your personality. I have to say, I was utterly blown away by the results!


Okay, just kidding. This was the real result, and I guess I wasn't all that terribly surprised...

13 comments:

mr. schprock said...

I'm sort of a cross between James K. Polk and Millard Fillmore (with Harold Stassen tendencies).

sideshow bob said...

I am Einstein...of course. Like a need a stupid test to tell me that!

trinamick said...

I'm Mohandas Ghandi, or as the test says, an emaciated do-gooder.

Sylvana said...

Yeah, go here to see a blogger that had a Jesus in her quesadilla experience.

Farrago said...

Yeah, I read that because Gandhi was barefoot, like, his entire life (stop me if you've heard this one...oh, yeah! You can't!), which caused the skin on his feet to harden to the point that, some say, he had no feeling in them. He went on so many hunger strikes that, by middle-age, his bones were so brittle he could have snapped a limb just from getting up too fast. Others believe that his mind was so sharp that he could avoid that by simply willing it not to happen, and that the power of is mind could reach into others' thoughts. But it wasn't too pleasant to get close to the man. His Indian/vegetarian diet, mixed with his poor dental hygeine left him with horrible breath all his life. That's why he was known as a :rolleyes:

super-calloused, fragile mystic hexed with halitosis

Farrago said...

Yeah, I read that because Gandhi was barefoot, like, his entire life (stop me if you've heard this one...oh, yeah! You can't!), which caused the skin on his feet to harden to the point that, some say, he had no feeling in them. He went on so many hunger strikes that, by middle-age, his bones were so brittle he could have snapped a limb just from getting up too fast. Others believe that his mind was so sharp that he could avoid that by simply willing it not to happen, and that the power of is mind could reach into others' thoughts. But it wasn't too pleasant to get close to the man. His Indian/vegetarian diet, mixed with his poor dental hygeine left him with horrible breath all his life. That's why he was known as a :rolleyes:

super-calloused, fragile mystic hexed with halitosis.


Oh, yeah. I'm Abe Lincoln, a "mild-mannered assassination victim."

Farrago said...

Okay, I don't know how I did that, but I apologize.

John said...

I'm JFK somehow. Crap, that means at 26 I'm already passed middle-aged.

John said...

okay...I just took the 45 question test (last time I did 27) and this time I'm Lincoln. What do have to do to avoid getting shot?

sideshow bob said...

Yet another instance of the freaky Kennedy/Lincoln connection...

trinamick said...

Stop traveling to Monroe, Maryland. And stop sleeping with Marilyn Monroe.

Irb said...

"What's that you say? My secretary's name is Kennedy? My, that is an odd coincidence!"
-Abraham Lincoln

Claire said...

Another gandhi here....who needs food or shoes....