Thursday, December 29, 2005

Superhero test

You scored as Neo, the "One". Neo is the computer hacker-turned-Messiah of the Matrix. He leads a small group of human rebels against the technology that controls them. Neo doubts his ability to lead but doesn't want to disappoint his friends. His goal is for a world where all men know the Truth and are free from the bonds of the Matrix.

Neo, the "One"
96%
Batman, the Dark Knight
88%
Captain Jack Sparrow
75%
Lara Croft
75%
The Terminator
63%
William Wallace
58%
James Bond, Agent 007
54%
El Zorro
50%
Indiana Jones
46%
The Amazing Spider-Man
46%
Maximus
42%

Which Action Hero Would You Be? v. 2.0
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[Thanks to Captive Bead for finding this one! :) ]

10 comments:

scrappy rose said...

hey sith,
a true holiday confession over on STB's board... :-) I'm glad he said you are still welcome! I think I would probably smash my computer if I visited RRW blogs with any frequency. Is is not frustrating to you? What about it is enjoyable? Are you really that right wing? I know lots of christians who hold different views than i do...but i wouldn't consider them right wing or radical... just curious :-)

Sith Snoopy said...

Hi, Scrappy! :)

It's a little frustrating. I'm not very good at defending my views. But I'm rather used to it.

Most of my friends in college were Democrats. I kindof tuned it out. When I tried to argue, I just found out that I didn't remember enough of the facts in order to argue. [I'd remember "C", but not the parts "A is true. If A then B. If B then C." But I'd remember I had good reasons for believing C!]

I pretty much avoid confrontation in that area, and understand that we're all trying to do the best thing we can for the country, but we all have differing opinions on what the best thing is!

I've recently been working in a few companies that have mostly Conservatives employed. It's not because that's all they employ, but rather it worked out that way. It's been kindof nice to be able to talk about politics again!

Anyway, thank you for your nice comment, Scrappy Rose. :) I hope your Holiday has been and is being an awesome one! :)

Radioactive Jam said...

Seems I'm the Lara Croft type. Thus far I've avoided seeing/playing Tomb Raider so I don't know if that's a good and/or "accurate" quiz result.

Guess it's movie rental time.

Sith Snoopy said...

You Tomb Raider, you. :)

It's a good movie, you'll enjoy it. :)

jedith said...

Darth Vader is awesome, true true. But to make things interesting, how would Darth Vader fare against Yoda?

Sith Snoopy said...

Uhm, I haven't ever considered little green dude and tall black dude fighting each other.

Hmmm.

lei zhang said...

You scored as Maximus.



After his family was murdered by the evil emperor Commodus, the great Roman general Maximus went into hiding to avoid Commodus's assassins. He became a gladiator, hoping to dominate the colosseum in order to one day get the chance of killing Commodus. Maximus is valiant, courageous, and dedicated. He wants nothing more than the chance to avenge his family, but his temper often gets the better of him.

Maximus 67%

Batman, the Dark Knight 58%

The Terminator 58%

Neo, the "One" 58%

Captain Jack Sparrow 50%

Indiana Jones 50%

James Bond, Agent 007 50%

Lara Croft 46%

William Wallace 42%

El Zorro 38%

The Amazing Spider-Man 29%

Anne Arkham said...

You scored as Batman, the Dark Knight.

As the Dark Knight of Gotham, Batman is a vigilante who deals out his own brand of justice to the criminals and corrupt of the city. He follows his own code and is often misunderstood. He has few friends or allies, but finds comfort in his cause.

Sith Snoopy said...

Hey, who wants to start our own "Justice League"? ;)

How do you suppose super hero's make enough money to stay in business, anyway? And how the heck would they be able to purchase the Justice League building?? What, did poor Batman (a millionaire in real life) have to foot the bill for the building and also pay everyone's salaries so they could afford to be superhero's 24/7? Batman's Bat-cave must have no longer gotten any upkeep at all!

Maybe Superman through that green crystal into the ground, and it created the Justice League's "Hall of Justice"... at least that would have saved on construction costs. ;) Oooh... I bet the construction union was pissed, though. ;)

Anne Arkham said...

You know what I've never understood? How are Supervillans motivated to stay in business? I mean, if you can afford to hijack nukes, blow up Fort Knox, or have your headquarters in a hollowed-out volcano, why wouldn't you retire?