I are techno-not?

My result for Reincarnation Placement Exam…

Lol Cat

43% Intrigue, 44% Civilization, 59% Humanity, 31% Urbanization.

After much consideration, we have decided to make you a LolCat.

Actually, there wasn’t much consideration at all. It was the easiest decision we’ve made all day.

Why? Because, according to your answers, you want to have your good times, but don’t seem too interested in all that “other stuff.” You know… civilization, adventure, that sort of thing.

We hope you like being fluffy.

I don’t know… Can you has cheezburger?

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Confession: The first time I did this test, I came up with some weird-looking robot thing, like the robot in Short Circuit. I screwed things up trying to get this page set up, and lost the code for the robot page. So I repeated the test and the lol cat is what I came up with. A friend who did this came back as a human being. I wonder what I’m doing wrong …

Oops. I lied. Found a draft. Sad thing is I got the picture but not the description:

Your result for Reincarnation Placement Exam…

Tralfamadorian Messenger

4 thoughts on “I are techno-not?

  1. I got the robot guy. Just call me Robo-Badger! 😀 Here’s the text:

    We had trouble placing you, but finally found just the thing… for someone who adores technology and knowledge, but doesn’t care for much else. Intrigue and adventure? Not important to you, evidently. The company of your fellows? Not to your tastes. The bustle and crowd of the city? Not for you. Were it not for your positive attitude toward modern technology, we would have made you a medieval monk and let you live out your days in a quaint little cell, with access to all the books you could possibly want to read. But instead…

    You will be a mechanical being, born on a planet where machines have long ago taken completely over and organic life has become extinct. You will be sent as a messenger to the other end of the galaxy with a message of good will — a journey of approximately 205,125 years.The message reads: “Greetings.”

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