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    Lol Cat

    42% Intrigue, 44% Civilization, 59% Humanity, 28% 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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    Reclusive Artist

    56% Intrigue, 68% Civilization, 46% Humanity, 44% Urbanization.

    We think we've found a place for you.

    Your answers indicate that you're very fond of the fruits of civilization... for example, education and technology. But, in some twist of irony, you're not too fond of the pressures of civilization... you know, human beings and crowds and working together. We found you a place where you could enjoy an erudite existence, live a life that's intriguing and not entirely secure -- but far from the madding crowd.

    Removed from civilization and humanity, yet educated and sophisticated, you'll make the perfect reclusive artist... An eccentric that produces irresistibly attractive masterpieces. Your art will make people swoon, and yet you will despise your audience. Your audience will probably dislike you as well, though they will go on admiring your work. So it all balances out, and your patrons will leave you alone to shape beauty in the wild, dangerous parts of the world where people won't pester you so much. Probably, you will write under a pseudonym, and mutter a lot when a rare admirer comes calling. If you feel really adventurous, you can pursue the role of a political dissident.

    As you age, you will grow into the role of an incorrigible curmudgeon.

    You artists, you're all the same.

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    Garden of Eden
    25% Intrigue, 20% Civilization, 36% Humanity, 27% Urbanization.

    It's the Garden of Eden for you!
    Well, this is about as cozy and simple as life can get. We hope you like it here. The real estate is not well developed, but the garden is top-flight.
    Your answers indicate that you basically want to just coast through life. You don't want any trouble, and you don't want any special privileges either. That's fine with us. It's entirely possible to live a pleasant life without trouble or strife, and Eden is the perfect spot for it, as long as you don't... well...
    Just try to behave better than the previous tenants. Evictions can be rough.

    Sweet as fuck I'd say.
    Veni, Vidi, Cessi.

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    Deep Space Explorer
    51% Intrigue, 68% Civilization, 20% Humanity, 58% Urbanization.

    Hmm... You're a tough one to place. Your answers indicate that you like technology and education. You enjoy intrigue, adventure and chaos. You're fine with hard work and civilization. This all bodes well for an interesting, adventurous life.

    What makes it difficult, however, is that you don't seem to be much of a 'people person.'

    If you were more of a people person, we would have commissioned you aboard the Starship Enterprise. But since you don't care much for the complications of dealing with your fellow man... we have another deep-space mission, more tailored for your tastes... a way for you to enjoy the benefits of high-tech civilization without having to put up with civilization itself. Let's set you up to pursue the solo career of a deep space explorer. You can go ahead and hibernate through the boring parts of your mission, and not worry so much about being a few decades out of touch with your fellows by the time you get home. In fact, you pretty much don't have to deal with people at all, but you can still enjoy a high-flying adventure of a life. Far, far away from the madding crowd, you get to play with your scientific instruments, serve your glorious civilization, and do interesting things with strange discoveries in exotic places.

    The career might work out all right. Look what it did for Charlton Heston.



    Wtf, did I just screw myself out of a position as a crew member on Enterprise.

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    I got the LOLcat too. I was a little surprised. I think it has to do with my disdain for work and my interest in the restful desert island.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilkRoad View Post
    I got the LOLcat too. I was a little surprised. I think it has to do with my disdain for work and my interest in the restful desert island.
    I pleased as punch to be a lolcat. I can't wait until my next great life starts. Cheezburgers and fluffy pillows and hooman slaves.

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    Borg Cube
    39% Intrigue, 93% Civilization, 6% Humanity, 65% Urbanization.







    Placing you was easy. According to your answers, you like things civilized, sophisticated, and uncomplicated by things like human nature and adventure.



    We have just the thing: A Borg cube. Welcome to The Hive.

    A haiku for you:


    We Are Without End

    Melding Your Distinctiveness

    Forever With Ours



    Hope you didn't want to be a romantic individual... but we couldn't let that happen, because your answers don't show enthusiasm for human nature and free will. Just settle down, and allow your consciousness to sink deeply into the hive mind. Resistance is futile.

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    Tralfamadorian Messenger



    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."



    Hello. Goodbye. We hope you have an satisfactory journey.

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    Holy Land

    49% Intrigue, 51% Civilization, 60% Hedonism, 74% Spirituality, 53% Romance, 58% Crowded, 39% Busy.

    You were very difficult to place. You like civilization and humanity, but you don't really fit into the system, because you don't want to be just another cog in the millwheel. We almost placed you with a very nice Gypsy family, but then we noticed that you'd rather maintain your purity than sully yourself with the sort of mischief and immorality that a Gypsy lifestyle would provoke. Having narrowly missed that fate, we send you instead somewhere a little more... holy. Maybe you'll become a Templar?

    Let's drop you into Palestine at about the tenth century. You live in a nation steeped in ancient religious history. Politics, religion and warfare are dangerously blended in this part of the world, but your answers indicate that you're willing to go with that. There's no other place in the world that compares.
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    “Thoughts are the shadows of our feelings -- always darker, emptier and simpler.”
    ― Friedrich Nietzsche




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    Deep Space Explorer
    59% Intrigue, 73% Civilization, 53% Humanity, 64% Urbanization.


    Hmm... You're a tough one to place. Your answers indicate that you like technology and education. You enjoy intrigue, adventure and chaos. You're fine with hard work and civilization. This all bodes well for an interesting, adventurous life.

    What makes it difficult, however, is that you don't seem to be much of a 'people person.'

    If you were more of a people person, we would have commissioned you aboard the Starship Enterprise. But since you don't care much for the complications of dealing with your fellow man... we have another deep-space mission, more tailored for your tastes... a way for you to enjoy the benefits of high-tech civilization without having to put up with civilization itself. Let's set you up to pursue the solo career of a deep space explorer. You can go ahead and hibernate through the boring parts of your mission, and not worry so much about being a few decades out of touch with your fellows by the time you get home. In fact, you pretty much don't have to deal with people at all, but you can still enjoy a high-flying adventure of a life. Far, far away from the madding crowd, you get to play with your scientific instruments, serve your glorious civilization, and do interesting things with strange discoveries in exotic places.

    The career might work out all right. Look what it did for Charlton Heston.

    Not a people person? But I wanted to be picked for the Starship Enterprise

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