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    i checked about 85% of the 52 questions i went through before quitting cuz boring shit
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    I can do 98 of the 100 items in the life skills quiz.
    FYI- I don't consider Twitter or Sudoku to be "Life Skills."

    Yeah, Sudoku was another that I could check but I was like, "srsly?"

    Big diff between being able to repair a piece of clothing when you can't get new clothes, versus play a stupid number game where there are many other ways in which to occupy your time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Yeah, Sudoku was another that I could check but I was like, "srsly?"

    Big diff between being able to repair a piece of clothing when you can't get new clothes, versus play a stupid number game where there are many other ways in which to occupy your time.
    sudoku is way more important than the multiple questions involving a car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    I can do 98 of the 100 items in the life skills quiz.
    FYI- I don't consider Twitter or Sudoku to be "Life Skills."

    Master of life!

    I did 89/100. One that I did check is one that I most regret not doing well, but can do, driving stick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    sudoku is way more important than the multiple questions involving a car.
    You have a remarkable sense of humor.
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    75 out of 100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    You have a remarkable sense of humor.
    Sudoku is at least a little bit positive thing, but cars are destroying mother earth and are evil(and i dont count a bus as a car cuz there is a small evil in everything, its just about whether one chooses a greater evil to fulfill his own selfish needs vs small necessary evil that means nothing in the grand scale). So what people need instead of getting a car is to live somewhere where car isnt needed.
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    100/100.
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    I love how they describe high scores as the Dos Equis man, and show Joan from Mad Men.

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    67, but I was being generous with myself. Probably closer to 60 or 62.
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