Blogging and changing poopy diapers at the speed of light.
Hey! I got exactly 97 too! That's pretty suspicious!(I admit ... I googled a couple though!)
i do not want to know the answer to this one...nope =)have a good one, sith =)~ n
According to the results page I saw, your 97 totally blows away the average score for "gals," 30-something vs. 50-something for guys. This means your gender-adjusted score is even higher.But that's a good thing, right?:-O
Totally! :)No, I am happy to be called a Geek.And there are side benefits. Do you know how HUGE the ratio of male geeks to female geeks is? Well, of course you do! :)Heh-heh, in college, I was surrounded by hyper-intelligent guys. Many of them were really cute, and almost all of them were very nice guys.Don't get me wrong: I did not go to college just to get married! Matter of fact, I didn't meet my husband until I was 27. [Ironically, in a C++ class!]It was just really cool to be surrounded by all that male Geekiness. :)
You and jam BOTH got 97!! I feel like I'm computer-alliterate now. :(
I got a 55. I'm a wannabe.I agree with you about being a girl in a male-geek dominated field. It rocks. My favorite thing about working in physics was that the women's rest rooms were pristine. There were only two of us using them.
Jedith, you post comments to a blog. You send email. You know how to get online. I bet you know to use google.com if you need to search for something.You may not be a high-ranking geek, but you are technically way more savvy than most of the world's population! Even if we only consider countries with lots of hi-tech!Besides, with that lower score, I bet that means you actually get outside into that big blue room with the bright yellow light. :)
Anne, ditto. [In reference to your score.] I bet you even have a tan. :)And ditto regarding the women's restrooms... much cleaner. :)
You know, I use sunscreen like crazy, but I'm outside enough that I always have a little bit of color.
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