Which forgotten animated heroine are you?
You are Pocahontas Take this quiz!
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Meh. Although the voice actress behind Pocohontas, Irene Bedard, is one cute Inuit lady.
What kind of weather are you?
You are Snow
You are calm, reflective, and a value peace. You enjoy solitude, and love nature.
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The irony is astounding. On the other hand, maybe I am a cold, heartless bastard.
You’re a Wooly Mammoth!
A little heavy and a lot shaggy, you move a little slower than the world around you. You definitely wish global warming would go away, and maybe even reverse itself a bit. You like long walks on the ice floe, and could even get stuck there without minding too much. Your favorite Sesame Street character is Snuffleupagus. Beware of tar pits… although you really didn’t need to be told that, did you?
Take the Animal Quiz at the Blue Pyramid.
Hmm. What’s with Arctic references. First, an Inuit woman. Then snow. Then wooly mammoths.
You do a lot of drugs, and these have kind of distorted your view of reality, to the point that everyone looks like an enemy. You keep trying to restore order over your schizophrenic world view, but you don’t even know which goal is your own and which is someone else’s. You’re pretty sure someone needs to be punished for all this, but who that is changes all the time. Things would be a lot better for you if you switched to coffee, or even to decaf, but all this money would be hard to give up.
Take the Country Quiz at the Blue Pyramid
In keeping with the Arctic theme, I am the country whose major export is the drug that is sometimes colloquially known as snow. Brilliant.
You’re Ulysses! by James Joyce Most people are convinced that you don’t make any sense, but compared to what else you could say, what you’re saying now makes tons of sense. What people do understand about you is your vulgarity, which has convinced people that you are at once brilliant and repugnant. Meanwhile you are content to wander around aimlessly, taking in the sights and sounds of the city. What you see is vast, almost limitless, and brings you additional fame. When no one is looking, you dream of being a Greek folk hero.
Take the Book Quiz at the Blue Pyramid.
Finally. Something not related to “Northern Exposure”. And yet, this modernist remake of the classic The Odyssey still alludes to a long, tiresome voyage where the hero seems like he’s never going to make it home. What’s funny is that, while I totally dug modernism when I was an undergrad, I never ever read this book. You would think it would be right up my alley. Cryptic, with garbled allusions to classical literature, and an elitist, intellectual sheen. Maybe I should read it.
When they first meet you, few people can tell whether you want to say hello or goodbye. Either way, most of them will end up saying that you’re their favorite person to visit, if only they could afford the trip. But your soft and warm image is belied by an explosive undercurrent in your personality than can leave you drenched with tears or boiling with anger for days on end. You are rather fond of using plants as clothing.
Take the State Quiz at the Blue Pyramid.
Apparently we are segueing into another theme or two: (1) the prospect of a ridiculously long ocean voyage into the blue, just like how my ancestors apparently spent much of their time before the advent of European colonization. (2) the two states in the U.S. which are not part of the continental 48.
You’re the California Institute of Technology!
You are seen by many as a constantly rising star, but with the amount of work on your plate, you’re afraid of becoming a shooting star as well. Sometimes you take your bottled-up aggression out on pumpkins, or those younger than you, or even just bottle it up in rockets. Though you aren’t much for the opera, Wagner can wake you up in any situation. While many people view you as a Martian, you might be responsible for putting a human on Mars some day.
Take the University Quiz at the Blue Pyramid.
Hah! Yet another reference to a long, tedious voyage, this time among the sea of stars. Interestingly, the European Space Agency is looking for volunteers to participate in a simulated mission to Mars. Unfortunately, I don’t speak Russian. Damn it. Once upon a time, I aspired to be a physicist. I was inspired by the Caltech professor Kip Thorne, namely, by his book Black Holes and Time Warps: Einstein’s Outrageous Legacy. Sadly, I could hack it through calculus, barely passing a semester doing integrals. (The whole “Einstein sucked at math” thing is a myth. Just because he wasn’t brilliant enough to utilize a mathematical system that used operators that I don’t at all understand doesn’t mean he didn’t know how to do absurdly complex calculations with lesser tools.)
As Barack Obama, you are seen as the greatest hope in history for your people. You may even save the world before breakfast. Normally mild-mannered and unexperienced, tomorrow you will unearth your cloak and free the entire… Okay, even you can admit that maybe there’s a little hype surrounding your personality at this point. You are dynamic and feel you have a lot of potential, but could you ever live up to the lofty expectations and pressure being applied right now? You hope so. You select Al Gore as your running mate because he wins in that position.
Take the 2008 Presidential Ticket Quiz at the Blue Pyramid.
OK, I admit it. I fished around for this one. But, man, this would be a doozy!