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    i never posted the full result, so here

    D'Angelo Barksdale
    49% Intelligence, 63% Morality, 59% Street-smarts, 74% Rebelliousness, 25% Industriousness, 88% Emotiveness, 21% Game and 25% Charisma!

    Where the fuck is Wallace?



    It's telling that D'Angelo consistently places amongst the most loved Wire characters. People probably think extremely highly of you. And it isn't because you're the smartest or the most ethical, but from the infamous chess scene to his poignant analysis of the Great Gatsby, D'Angelo displays more insight into the game and his own life than perhaps any other character. Your emotiveness is therefore your defining trait. Don't be afraid to ask the difficult questions - like what happened to Wallace - because few else will.

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    I don't know anything about the show but,



    D'Angelo Barksdale



    29% Intelligence, 53% Morality, 50% Street-smarts, 58% Rebelliousness, 33% Industriousness, 60% Emotiveness, 59% Game and 55% Charisma!


    It's telling that D'Angelo consistently places amongst the most loved Wire characters. People probably think extremely highly of you. And it isn't because you're the smartest or the most ethical, but from the infamous chess scene to his poignant analysis of the Great Gatsby, D'Angelo displays more insight into the game and his own life than perhaps any other character. Your emotiveness is therefore your defining trait. Don't be afraid to ask the difficult questions - like what happened to Wallace - because few else will.
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