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These test do not always test common sence as someone pointed out about the coffee machine. I have met some intelctuals before and they are really lacking the common sence, but they are really book smart.
I'm sure mivox can attest, that people do keep Elk as pets.
Actually I've never seen a pet Elk, we don't have Elk in my area ;)
The people down the road keep Yaks, but that's different. I don't know if they're actually considered domesticated, or if they're just too slow and lazy to technically be called "wild"...
Or maybe they should have disclaimers ie.
"Test results are only accurate for Americans, between the age of 25 - 34, and who had never voted Republican, and have consummed more than 3 beers in the past hour [you must be relaxed]" :)
And, believe it or not, it is almost correct. Last week there was a guy boring the pants off me for an hour about a new programming language he was developing and trying to sell to Microsoft.
Some geeks just don't get it - even though I admit to having layen awake at night thinking up new ways of topping the Google rankings, I would never talk about Metatags or the Googlebot cos I know it's uninteresting to non-specialists.
Hope none of you are like that :)
(Any London Mensans - or non-Mensans - stickymail me.)
[edited by: 1Lit at 4:46 am (utc) on Feb. 25, 2003]
I'm fine with anything word-oriented but poor at math, which makes me wonder about tests like this: Isn't it possible to be very intelligent and yet bad at math (or a genius in math but bad with language questions)? Different types of intelligence etc.