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[I] A little light relief...
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Brian Wakeling
2003-11-28 01:59:07 UTC
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http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php

I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?


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Eric Jarvis
2003-11-28 02:09:45 UTC
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Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
"Your soul is worth £73342. For your peace of mind, 7% of people have a
purer soul than you."

how do I cash in?...I need the dosh
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Stacie Hanes
2003-11-28 02:26:34 UTC
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Post by Eric Jarvis
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
"Your soul is worth £73342. For your peace of mind, 7% of people
have a purer soul than you."
<snip>

£20,000 and change. 47% have purer souls.

Stacie
Kegs
2003-11-28 16:07:39 UTC
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Post by Stacie Hanes
Post by Eric Jarvis
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
"Your soul is worth £73342. For your peace of mind, 7% of people
have a purer soul than you."
<snip>
£20,000 and change. 47% have purer souls.
£11891, 71% of people have purer souls =:O

Where did it all go so wrong?
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Eric Jarvis
2003-11-28 16:13:29 UTC
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Post by Kegs
Post by Stacie Hanes
Post by Eric Jarvis
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
"Your soul is worth £73342. For your peace of mind, 7% of people
have a purer soul than you."
<snip>
£20,000 and change. 47% have purer souls.
£11891, 71% of people have purer souls =:O
Where did it all go so wrong?
wrong?...haven't you been enjoying the debauchery?
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Kegs
2003-11-28 16:30:41 UTC
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Post by Eric Jarvis
Post by Kegs
£11891, 71% of people have purer souls =:O
Where did it all go so wrong?
wrong?...haven't you been enjoying the debauchery?
Well sure, but you just can't get the sheep anymore down this way ;)
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David Roy
2003-11-28 22:57:31 UTC
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Post by Eric Jarvis
Post by Kegs
Post by Stacie Hanes
Post by Eric Jarvis
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
"Your soul is worth £73342. For your peace of mind, 7% of people
have a purer soul than you."
<snip>
£20,000 and change. 47% have purer souls.
£11891, 71% of people have purer souls =:O
Where did it all go so wrong?
wrong?...haven't you been enjoying the debauchery?
£10428 for me, and 76%... Thing is, I never even noticed the
debauchery...

David
melinda
2003-11-28 23:45:14 UTC
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Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth ?35033, apparently. What about you?
"Your soul is worth ?73342. For your peace of mind, 7% of people have a
purer soul than you."
how do I cash in?...I need the dosh
Apparently I'm worth 39840[1], with 19% having a purer soul. I guess I'm
a little bad....

[1] Don't have a pound sign on my keyboard and they only show up on my
screen as "?" anyway. If I knew the exchange rate I might have considered
converting to AUD.
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soapietrekkers
2003-11-29 03:29:25 UTC
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Post by melinda
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth ?35033, apparently. What about you?
"Your soul is worth ?73342. For your peace of mind, 7% of people have a
purer soul than you."
how do I cash in?...I need the dosh
Apparently I'm worth 39840[1], with 19% having a purer soul. I guess I'm
a little bad....
[1] Don't have a pound sign on my keyboard and they only show up on my
screen as "?" anyway. If I knew the exchange rate I might have considered
converting to AUD.
It works out as 94769.4 AUD, according to the site I looked at, and if the
exchange rate also applies to the purer soul value then 45.19625 have a
purer soul than you (it's the belly dancing factor I think) :-) By the noo
yon bebe looks cute.
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melinda
2003-11-29 04:29:34 UTC
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Post by melinda
Apparently I'm worth 39840[1], with 19% having a purer soul. I guess I'm
a little bad....
[1] Don't have a pound sign on my keyboard and they only show up on my
screen as "?" anyway. If I knew the exchange rate I might have considered
converting to AUD.
It works out as 94769.4 AUD, according to the site I looked at, and if the
exchange rate also applies to the purer soul value then 45.19625 have a
purer soul than you (it's the belly dancing factor I think) :-) By the noo
yon bebe looks cute.
For some more, relatively recent, pics add /joshua to the end of the link.
When A isn't too busy working he tries to upload a few new ones every month
or so.
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Daibhid Ceannaideach
2003-11-29 15:53:14 UTC
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Date: 28/11/03 23:45 GMT Standard Time
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth ?35033, apparently. What about you?
"Your soul is worth ?73342. For your peace of mind, 7% of people have a
purer soul than you."
how do I cash in?...I need the dosh
Apparently I'm worth 39840[1], with 19% having a purer soul. I guess I'm
a little bad....
£24963 and 39%. On my second go, when I decided my sister didn't count as a
tarot reader...

(Have you ever glossed over things on an internet quiz?

Yes
No
Well, when you say "glossed over"...)
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Daniel Knight
2003-11-28 02:14:09 UTC
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Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
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"Save the whales. Collect the whole set."
Only £12617. Still, I guess it's enough to make another movie...

Daniel Knight
Cameron Biggart
2003-11-30 23:58:45 UTC
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Post by Daniel Knight
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
Only £12617. Still, I guess it's enough to make another movie...
Daniel Knight
Umm you do realise that that's a MOTHLY[1] amount - if you can't make a
film on AU$30,000 per month then there is no hope for TrollBridge[2] ever
being finished.

Cameron



[1] http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/terms.htm
[2] http://www.snowgumfilms.com/tb.htm
Brian Burger
2003-11-28 03:41:56 UTC
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A mere 14,886 BPS here; 61% of folks have purer souls that I.

It's actually a marketing ploy for some UK band I've never heard of, but
it's cool anyway.

Actually, don't you all know that E-Bay has determined that humans don't
have souls? Yes, one of the great philosophical questions of all time has
been answered!

Apparently some schlob put his soul up on EBay, and EBay cancelled the
auction as they had, "reasonable grounds to believe the seller could not
produce the item in question"... :)

Yes, All Hail Ebay, Masters of the Mysteries.

Or something.

Brian.

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Richard Bos
2003-11-28 08:20:21 UTC
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Post by Brian Burger
Actually, don't you all know that E-Bay has determined that humans don't
have souls?
Actually, they haven't; or at least, what you quote below doesn't mean
that they have.
Post by Brian Burger
Apparently some schlob put his soul up on EBay, and EBay cancelled the
auction as they had, "reasonable grounds to believe the seller could not
produce the item in question"... :)
Quite. That does not mean he doesn't have one. You have a heartbeat (I
presume), but would you be able to send it to California?

Richard
James Brokaw
2003-11-28 15:14:06 UTC
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Post by Richard Bos
Quite. That does not mean he doesn't have one. You have a heartbeat (I
presume), but would you be able to send it to California?
Careful! Before long Reg's gonna come 'round here and have a few words
with you about yer presumin'.
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Lesley Weston
2003-11-28 16:52:02 UTC
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Post by Richard Bos
Post by Brian Burger
Actually, don't you all know that E-Bay has determined that humans don't
have souls?
Actually, they haven't; or at least, what you quote below doesn't mean
that they have.
Post by Brian Burger
Apparently some schlob put his soul up on EBay, and EBay cancelled the
auction as they had, "reasonable grounds to believe the seller could not
produce the item in question"... :)
Quite. That does not mean he doesn't have one. You have a heartbeat (I
presume), but would you be able to send it to California?
Sure! Along with the rest of me - there's no mention of it having to be
detached, either the heartbeat or the soul.
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Cyclops
2003-11-28 21:48:36 UTC
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Post by Richard Bos
Post by Brian Burger
Actually, don't you all know that E-Bay has determined that humans don't
have souls?
Actually, they haven't; or at least, what you quote below doesn't mean
that they have.
Post by Brian Burger
Apparently some schlob put his soul up on EBay, and EBay cancelled the
auction as they had, "reasonable grounds to believe the seller could not
produce the item in question"... :)
Quite. That does not mean he doesn't have one. You have a heartbeat (I
presume), but would you be able to send it to California?
Ah, soul.

I've got some soul. On various CDs and possibly vinyl (although
what some people called soul others called R&B). I could send a heartbeat
to California as well. It's on "Dark Side of the Moon".
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soapietrekkers
2003-11-28 10:45:39 UTC
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Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
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"Save the whales. Collect the whole set."
£17903 and 53% have purer souls
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Nantko Schanssema
2003-11-28 11:38:45 UTC
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Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
My soul is worth £11458. 72% of people have a purer soul than I.

Let's make that a nice 10 grand. Any buyers?

Hmm, thought so.

regards,
Nantko
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Paul Schofield
2003-11-28 12:32:40 UTC
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Post by Nantko Schanssema
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
My soul is worth £11458. 72% of people have a purer soul than I.
Let's make that a nice 10 grand. Any buyers?
Hmm, thought so.
regards,
Nantko
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explained by stupidity.
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£15834 and 59% have purer souls...I knew taking this job at an insurance
company was bad news......

Paul
CCA
2003-11-28 12:31:18 UTC
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Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
39840 UKP apparently. 19% have a purer soul, according to this, than me.
I wonder why they were asking about still buying vinyl?
CCA:)
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mcv
2003-11-28 16:45:45 UTC
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CCA <***@aol.com> wrote:
: Brian Wakeling wrote
:
:>http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
:>
:>I'm worth ?35033, apparently. What about you?
:
: 39840 UKP apparently. 19% have a purer soul, according to this, than me.

People here score a lot higher than on another group I read. But I
still haven't seen anyone who beat my score:

Your soul is worth ?111564. For your peace of mind, 3% of people have a
purer soul than you.

Last time only 2% had purer souls. So some purer souled people have done
this test in the mean time.


mcv.
Ssirienna
2003-11-28 17:20:24 UTC
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Post by CCA
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
39840 UKP apparently. 19% have a purer soul, according to this, than me.
I wonder why they were asking about still buying vinyl?
CCA:)
Goodness knows ... now if they'd asked if I still *had* vinyl .... different
answer!!

Oh well ... £35,665 and 22% purer ;-))
Nice to know that my Mentor is such an upright, model citizen (g,d&r)

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CCA
2003-11-28 21:04:43 UTC
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Post by Ssirienna
Post by CCA
39840 UKP apparently. 19% have a purer soul, according to this, than me.
I wonder why they were asking about still buying vinyl?
CCA:)
Goodness knows ... now if they'd asked if I still *had* vinyl .... different
answer!!
Yes, actually, though I would buy vinyl if I saw something on vinyl that I
wanted, I haven't actually done so for a while. But as for *owning* vinyl...
<Thinks of large vinyl collection nestling upstairs>
Post by Ssirienna
Nice to know that my Mentor is such an upright, model citizen (g,d&r)
<g> But of course...

CCA:)
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The Stainless Steel Cat
2003-11-29 21:53:59 UTC
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Post by Ssirienna
Post by CCA
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
39840 UKP apparently. 19% have a purer soul, according to this, than me.
I wonder why they were asking about still buying vinyl?
CCA:)
Goodness knows ... now if they'd asked if I still *had* vinyl .... different
answer!!
Oh well ... £35,665 and 22% purer ;-))
Nice to know that my Mentor is such an upright, model citizen (g,d&r)
Hmm, £47,263 and 14% purer. Not bad for something that, as an agnostic,
I'm not even sure exists...

(Mind you, if I do have one tucked away in some corner of my spiritual
attic I'm hanging onto it. You never know when it might come in useful.)

Cat.
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mcv
2003-11-30 23:33:17 UTC
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The Stainless Steel Cat <***@atuin.demon.co.uk> wrote:
: In article <stLxb.13733$***@news-text.cableinet.net>,
: "Ssirienna" <***@blueyonderNOSPAM.co.uk> wrote:
:>"CCA" <***@aol.com> wrote in message
:>news:***@mb-m29.aol.com...
:>> Brian Wakeling wrote
:>>
:>> >http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
:>> >
:>> >I'm worth ?35033, apparently. What about you?
:>>
:>> 39840 UKP apparently. 19% have a purer soul, according to this, than me.
:>> I wonder why they were asking about still buying vinyl?
:>> CCA:)
:>
:>Goodness knows ... now if they'd asked if I still *had* vinyl .... different
:>answer!!
:>
:>Oh well ... ?35,665 and 22% purer ;-))
:>Nice to know that my Mentor is such an upright, model citizen (g,d&r)
:
: Hmm, ?47,263 and 14% purer. Not bad for something that, as an agnostic,
: I'm not even sure exists...
:
: (Mind you, if I do have one tucked away in some corner of my spiritual
: attic I'm hanging onto it. You never know when it might come in useful.)

I wonder how much the value of my 100,000 pound soul would drop if I'd be
willing to sell it...


mcv.
Brian Howlett
2003-11-30 23:50:27 UTC
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On 30 Nov, mcv <***@xs1.xs4all.nl> wrote:

[snip]
Post by mcv
I wonder how much the value of my 100,000 pound soul would drop if I'd
be willing to sell it...
I dunno - stick it on Ebay and see if you get any bids...
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Stacie Hanes
2003-11-28 23:01:04 UTC
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Post by CCA
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
39840 UKP apparently. 19% have a purer soul, according to this,
than me. I wonder why they were asking about still buying vinyl?
CCA:)
Yes, I obviously didn't get the intent of some of the questions. I took it a
second time and lied to see how high I could get it to go... I only managed
to get up to the 88th purity percentile.

Stacie
James Brokaw
2003-11-28 23:19:19 UTC
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Post by Stacie Hanes
Post by CCA
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
39840 UKP apparently. 19% have a purer soul, according to this,
than me. I wonder why they were asking about still buying vinyl?
CCA:)
Yes, I obviously didn't get the intent of some of the questions. I took it a
second time and lied to see how high I could get it to go... I only managed
to get up to the 88th purity percentile.
Stacie
Lying, I managed to get to £82838, or 85% percentile[1].
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[1] Or £1534, and 2% percentile. Hardly seems worth it, does it?
Marco Villalta
2003-11-28 23:43:26 UTC
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<http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php>
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
39840 UKP apparently. 19% have a purer soul, according to this, than me.
Only 19% ? I don't believe that for a second, just so you know.

Me? £17'735, and at current standards apparently 53% are purer
in soul than me. No, I don't believe that percentage either.
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soapietrekkers
2003-11-29 03:15:06 UTC
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Post by CCA
<http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php>
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
39840 UKP apparently. 19% have a purer soul, according to this, than me.
Only 19% ? I don't believe that for a second, just so you know.
Me? £17'735, and at current standards apparently 53% are purer
in soul than me. No, I don't believe that percentage either.
Snap, so what should we claim?
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CCA
2003-11-29 12:14:34 UTC
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Post by Marco Villalta
Post by CCA
39840 UKP apparently. 19% have a purer soul, according to this, than me.
Only 19% ? I don't believe that for a second, just so you know.
<Hits Marco with large feather-filled object I just happened to be holding...>
<g>
CCA:)
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Thomas Hamann
2003-11-29 16:10:05 UTC
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Post by CCA
Post by Marco Villalta
Post by CCA
39840 UKP apparently. 19% have a purer soul, according to this, than me.
Only 19% ? I don't believe that for a second, just so you know.
<Hits Marco with large feather-filled object I just happened to be holding...>
Does this happen to be a fox that just ate some chickens?

<excited voice>
It's the good answer, ain't it? Ain't it? Ain't it?
</excited voice>

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Marco Villalta
2003-11-29 17:18:49 UTC
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Post by CCA
Post by Marco Villalta
Post by CCA
39840 UKP apparently. 19% have a purer soul, according to this, than me.
Only 19% ? I don't believe that for a second, just so you know.
<Hits Marco with large feather-filled object I just happened to be
holding...> <g>
<coughs feathers>

See what I mean!?
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Dante
2003-11-30 15:12:00 UTC
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Post by CCA
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
39840 UKP apparently. 19% have a purer soul, according to this, than me.
I wonder why they were asking about still buying vinyl?
CCA:)
"Your soul is worth £15547. For your peace of mind, 59% of people have a
purer soul than you."
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Thomas Hamann
2003-11-28 12:54:17 UTC
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On Fri, 28 Nov 2003 01:59:07 -0000, "Brian Wakeling"
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
"valued at £14363 which means 63% of people have a purer soul than
him/her."

<Sobs.>

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Graycat
2003-11-29 11:45:03 UTC
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Post by Thomas Hamann
"valued at £14363 which means 63% of people have a purer soul than
him/her."
<Sobs.>
Hah, we could almost be soulmates :o) though apparently you are
slightly purer than me

£14271. For your peace of mind, 63% of people
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R Dore
2003-11-28 13:14:40 UTC
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Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
£48,201.00 Mmmm makes you think!
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Ailbhe
2003-11-28 14:50:05 UTC
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Post by R Dore
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
£48,201.00 Mmmm makes you think!
£18752. 51% have a purer soul than I do. I wonder what scored me down?
My Sony products (I own two)? My M$ products (two again!)? Being anti
war on terror and not thinking that the world is overpopulated and that
capitalism is the wave of the future?

A.
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2003-11-28 15:12:48 UTC
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Post by Ailbhe
Post by R Dore
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
£48,201.00 Mmmm makes you think!
£18752. 51% have a purer soul than I do. I wonder what scored me down?
My Sony products (I own two)? My M$ products (two again!)? Being anti
war on terror and not thinking that the world is overpopulated and that
capitalism is the wave of the future?
I dunno...I'm beginning to feel inordinately pure...which
implies to me that either the site has a very different
idea of debauchery than I do, it gives a LOT of plus
points for honesty, or the results are entirely random
--
eric - afprelationships in headers
all these years I've waited for the revolution
and all we end up getting is spin
Cyclops
2003-11-28 21:43:17 UTC
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Post by Ailbhe
Post by R Dore
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
£48,201.00 Mmmm makes you think!
£18752. 51% have a purer soul than I do. I wonder what scored me down?
My Sony products (I own two)? My M$ products (two again!)? Being anti
war on terror and not thinking that the world is overpopulated and that
capitalism is the wave of the future?
Well, we all *know* you're debauched!

BTW mine is worth £17,075 and 55% of people are purer than me. My Sony
products are records which I bought for who recorded them so I don't know
how that can affect things. The M$ products... well most people have
something from them because so many computers come ready loaded. Even if,
like me, you mainly use Linux.

BTW, there is a question asking if you have ever engaged in sex before
marriage. As I am single and have never been married I don't know because
it is possible that I will get married or that I will stay single, in
which case there is no marriage for anything to be before. Bit of a woolly
question that one.

Also, if you regularly visit Starbucks but only drink the coffee (I don't,
BTW), you can say that you don't eat on a regular basis there. But then I
suppose someone who regularly drinks Starbucks coffee will stoop as low as
McDonalds so the pedantry may be redundant!

Are you currently on a diet? Unless you are on a hunger strike the answer
has to be yes, even if you are consciously following something like the
Atkins wotsit. BTW, if this means "Are you consciously avoiding certain
types of foods?" that would include all vegetarians, people who avoid
certain meats for religious reasons, etc.

As for the question about being baptised, what if you had no choice in the
matter? I believe QE1 was baptised at 3 days old. While I know most
churches don't really like doing it that early these days, it was the age
of confirmation which they increased to the point where the applicant
could actually read his/her lines (even if they don't understand them),
not baptism.

Have you ever owned a vehicle ... 2 litres or more? -- Does this mean that
a XXX 2.0 would count? If so, don't forget most European cars which are
2.0 are actually about 1995-1998 cc (mainly because of an old tax loophole
in the UK where company cars used to be more prevalent than in the rest of
Europe) and are therefore under 2 litre.

I actually said "no" to "Have you ever tried to contact the dead?" but I'm
not a vegetarian. The dead I tried to contact today was beef at lunchtime
and chicken this evening.

<rant>
What really pees me off with this sort of junk (and I know I shouldn't let
it get to me) is that if I lie and say I am a practising christian a
much smaller percentage of people are supposedly purer than I am. As
someone who finds organised religion extremely offensive and impure, and
who was unfortunate enough to suffer what would have been seven of the
worst years of my life in a CofE school if I hadn't spent the better part
of the last two down the pub, this sort of shite really gets up my nose.
</rant>

I apologise if that upsets any practising christians here but atheists are
allowed our point of view as well and every now and then I publicise mine.
Personally, I'd be an iconoclast but it's too much like hard work.
--
Cyclops
Evil Heretic Infiltrator
Ailbhe
2003-11-28 22:01:24 UTC
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Post by Cyclops
Post by Ailbhe
Post by R Dore
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
£48,201.00 Mmmm makes you think!
£18752. 51% have a purer soul than I do. I wonder what scored
me down? My Sony products (I own two)? My M$ products (two
again!)? Being anti war on terror and not thinking that the world
is overpopulated and that capitalism is the wave of the future?
Well, we all *know* you're debauched!
BTW mine is worth £17,075 and 55% of people are purer than me. My
Sony products are records which I bought for who recorded them so I
don't know how that can affect things. The M$ products... well most
people have something from them because so many computers come ready
loaded. Even if, like me, you mainly use Linux.
I don't own any M$ software, AFAIK. I own an M$ keyboard and mouse.
Post by Cyclops
Are you currently on a diet? Unless you are on a hunger strike the
answer has to be yes, even if you are consciously following something
like the Atkins wotsit. BTW, if this means "Are you consciously
avoiding certain types of foods?" that would include all vegetarians,
people who avoid certain meats for religious reasons, etc.
Oh, d'you think you get extra points for being on a diet? Because the
only foods I avoid are the ones I don't want to eat, which isn't the
same thing...
Post by Cyclops
As for the question about being baptised, what if you had no choice
in the matter? I believe QE1 was baptised at 3 days old. While I
know most churches don't really like doing it that early these days,
it was the age of confirmation which they increased to the point
where the applicant could actually read his/her lines (even if they
don't understand them), not baptism.
I was baptised.
Post by Cyclops
Have you ever owned a vehicle ... 2 litres or more? -- Does this
mean that a XXX 2.0 would count? If so, don't forget most European
cars which are 2.0 are actually about 1995-1998 cc (mainly because
of an old tax loophole in the UK where company cars used to be more
prevalent than in the rest of Europe) and are therefore under 2
litre.
I've never owned a vehicle, except a bike that wasn't exactly mine -
I grew into it, it was mine that year, I outgrew it, it was my little
sister's.
Post by Cyclops
I apologise if that upsets any practising christians here but
atheists are allowed our point of view as well and every now and then
I publicise mine. Personally, I'd be an iconoclast but it's too much
like hard work.
Hey, there are loads of very holy non-Christians theists out there too.

A.
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2003-11-28 22:51:55 UTC
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<Snip>
Post by Ailbhe
Post by Cyclops
The M$ products... well most people
have something from them because so many computers come ready loaded.
Even if, like me, you mainly use Linux.
I don't own any M$ software, AFAIK. I own an M$ keyboard and mouse.
That's the problem isn't it? Their hardware is actually quite good.
Post by Ailbhe
Post by Cyclops
Are you currently on a diet? Unless you are on a hunger strike the
answer has to be yes, even if you are consciously following something
like the Atkins wotsit. BTW, if this means "Are you consciously
avoiding certain types of foods?" that would include all vegetarians,
people who avoid certain meats for religious reasons, etc.
Oh, d'you think you get extra points for being on a diet? Because the
only foods I avoid are the ones I don't want to eat, which isn't the
same thing...
You lose points for being on a diet. For every question they ask, your
answer affects your score. So they are asking a question which people in
the same position will answer differently depending on how they read the
meaning. It's all semantics at the end if the day. If you eat you are on a
diet. Even if you aren't consciously changing what you eat from what you
would rather eat. Most people think of being on a diet as meaning you are
trying to lose weight, but also some people go on a specific diet to put
weight on, to build muscle, etc. and eating to stay alive is still being
on a diet.
Post by Ailbhe
Post by Cyclops
As for the question about being baptised, what if you had no choice in
the matter? I believe QE1 was baptised at 3 days old. While I know
most churches don't really like doing it that early these days, it was
the age of confirmation which they increased to the point where the
applicant could actually read his/her lines (even if they don't
understand them), not baptism.
I was baptised.
I think what the question should have been is something along the lines
of, "Were you baptised because you wanted to be?" If you had no choice in
the matter, how can it matter whether you were or were not?
Post by Ailbhe
Post by Cyclops
Have you ever owned a vehicle ... 2 litres or more? -- Does this mean
that a XXX 2.0 would count? If so, don't forget most European cars
which are 2.0 are actually about 1995-1998 cc (mainly because of an
old tax loophole in the UK where company cars used to be more
prevalent than in the rest of Europe) and are therefore under 2 litre.
I've never owned a vehicle, except a bike that wasn't exactly mine - I
grew into it, it was mine that year, I outgrew it, it was my little
sister's.
I've never had one over 1275 cc. This means we will have answered the
question the same way as each other even though you have been far more
ecologically friendly than I have. What I was getting at was that a car
described as "2 litre" might be near enough for ad-speak purposes but less
than that for the purpose of the question.
Post by Ailbhe
Post by Cyclops
I apologise if that upsets any practising christians here but atheists
are allowed our point of view as well and every now and then I
publicise mine. Personally, I'd be an iconoclast but it's too much
like hard work.
Hey, there are loads of very holy non-Christians theists out there too.
Unfortunately I seem to come across far more "holier than thou" christians
than believers in other religions, whether organised or not. Even more
unfortunately I have got stuck working with one who doesn't seem to take
the hint when you tell him to shut up about it, to the point that I now
just take the piss and he still doesn't take the hint. The upside is that
we are actually based in different buildings several miles apart so I can
avoid him for quite long periods.

And of course, I never spent seven years of my life being preached at in
an educational establishment run by non-christian theists.
--
Cyclops
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melinda
2003-11-29 00:10:09 UTC
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Post by Cyclops
<Snip>
Post by Ailbhe
Post by Cyclops
The M$ products... well most people
have something from them because so many computers come ready loaded.
Even if, like me, you mainly use Linux.
I don't own any M$ software, AFAIK. I own an M$ keyboard and mouse.
I'm at a computer that only has a M$ mouse, but I didn'y buy it so I
don't own it, as such.
Post by Cyclops
That's the problem isn't it? Their hardware is actually quite good.
The mouse needs a little more software or something to make the scroll
button work under Linux I think...

[snip]
Post by Cyclops
You lose points for being on a diet. For every question they ask, your
answer affects your score. So they are asking a question which people in
the same position will answer differently depending on how they read the
meaning. It's all semantics at the end if the day. If you eat you are on a
diet. Even if you aren't consciously changing what you eat from what you
would rather eat. Most people think of being on a diet as meaning you are
trying to lose weight, but also some people go on a specific diet to put
weight on, to build muscle, etc. and eating to stay alive is still being
on a diet.
If you take into consideration how much I weighed at the end of my pregnancy
I've lost either (approx) 10kg or 18kg, even though I don't consider myself
to be on a diet I choose to eat low/non fat/sugar foods for taste reasons.
The weight I've lost has been due to breastfeeding.

[snip, I consider myself to be agnostic]
Post by Cyclops
Post by Ailbhe
Post by Cyclops
Have you ever owned a vehicle ... 2 litres or more? -- Does this mean
that a XXX 2.0 would count? If so, don't forget most European cars
which are 2.0 are actually about 1995-1998 cc (mainly because of an
old tax loophole in the UK where company cars used to be more
prevalent than in the rest of Europe) and are therefore under 2 litre.
I've never owned a vehicle, except a bike that wasn't exactly mine - I
grew into it, it was mine that year, I outgrew it, it was my little
sister's.
I've never had one over 1275 cc. This means we will have answered the
question the same way as each other even though you have been far more
ecologically friendly than I have. What I was getting at was that a car
described as "2 litre" might be near enough for ad-speak purposes but less
than that for the purpose of the question.
Well my current vehicle is/was over 2l, it started out as a 2.7 V6 and is
now a 5.7 V8. What gets up my nose a bit is that they don't ask what
fuel it runs on (LPG/propane)

[snip]
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Andy Davison
2003-11-29 01:15:58 UTC
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On Sat, 29 Nov 2003 00:10:09 +0000, in
Post by melinda
The mouse needs a little more software or something to make the scroll
button work under Linux I think...
In Mandrake 9.1 I got the wheel on a Microsoft Trackerball thingy to
scroll by telling the OS that it was a standard wheel mouse or there was
also a Logitech one. Anyway, the Microsoft mouse wasn't very good in Linux
or WIN98 so I took it back and swapped it for a Logitech one that isn't as
well built as the one it replaced (also Logitech) but also worked no probs
under Linux Mandrake 9.1 and still does now under Mandrake 9.2
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melinda
2003-11-29 04:32:37 UTC
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Post by Andy Davison
On Sat, 29 Nov 2003 00:10:09 +0000, in
Post by melinda
The mouse needs a little more software or something to make the scroll
button work under Linux I think...
In Mandrake 9.1 I got the wheel on a Microsoft Trackerball thingy to
scroll by telling the OS that it was a standard wheel mouse or there was
also a Logitech one. Anyway, the Microsoft mouse wasn't very good in Linux
or WIN98 so I took it back and swapped it for a Logitech one that isn't as
well built as the one it replaced (also Logitech) but also worked no probs
under Linux Mandrake 9.1 and still does now under Mandrake 9.2
Sorry, Slackware 9.something-or-other. I know very little about Linux, hubby
does all the work compiling.
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Mary Messall
2003-11-29 15:40:31 UTC
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Post by Cyclops
Post by Ailbhe
I was baptised.
I think what the question should have been is something along the lines
of, "Were you baptised because you wanted to be?" If you had no choice in
the matter, how can it matter whether you were or were not?
Oh, c'mon. The whole idea of souls and selling is a riff on Christian
theology, so of course it matters if you're Christian, and of course it
matters whether you've been baptized. Because it matters in Christian
theology. The rules of the game are based on the rules of the religion,
and it's just silly to complain about the *game* being unfair...

(True, lots of varieties of Christianity agree with you about the
baptism thing, but they're the varieties less likely to talk about silly
things like soul sales as well.)

-Mary (Baptised Catholic in infancy, confirmed at 13, no longer
practicising...)
Cyclops
2003-11-30 10:02:26 UTC
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Post by Mary Messall
Post by Cyclops
Post by Ailbhe
I was baptised.
I think what the question should have been is something along the lines
of, "Were you baptised because you wanted to be?" If you had no choice
in the matter, how can it matter whether you were or were not?
Oh, c'mon. The whole idea of souls and selling is a riff on Christian
theology, so of course it matters if you're Christian, and of course it
matters whether you've been baptized. Because it matters in Christian
theology. The rules of the game are based on the rules of the religion,
and it's just silly to complain about the *game* being unfair...
(True, lots of varieties of Christianity agree with you about the baptism
thing, but they're the varieties less likely to talk about silly things
like soul sales as well.)
-Mary (Baptised Catholic in infancy, confirmed at 13, no longer
practicising...)
So why am I, as an atheist, not allowed to have my opinions? Or, to put it
another way, why is it that atheists appear not to be allowed to voice
their opinions? But if an atheist complains about a religious person
voicing their opinions, the atheist is slagged off for not being
"diverse", or is told that they should not be attacking someone else's
firmly held belief (even though nobody seems to mind about attacking mine)?
--
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ingenious paradox
2003-11-28 23:30:16 UTC
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On Fri, 28 Nov 2003 21:43:17 +0000, Cyclops
<***@cyclops.force9.co.uk> wrote:

[the questions on this quiz thing]
Post by Cyclops
Are you currently on a diet? Unless you are on a hunger strike the answer
has to be yes,
well, strictly speaking yes (and even if, really)... but you know what
they mean.

(don't you?)
Post by Cyclops
As for the question about being baptised, what if you had no choice in the
matter? I believe QE1 was baptised at 3 days old. While I know most
churches don't really like doing it that early these days, it was the age
of confirmation which they increased to the point where the applicant
could actually read his/her lines (even if they don't understand them),
not baptism.
well yeah - that's the whole point of confirmation, that you do it
once you can answer for yourself. The CofE Infant Baptism service is
quite upfront: "Children who are too young to profess the Christian
faith are brought to be baptised ..... [into the faith] in which they
will live and grow."

I don't think most churches have a problem with infant baptism. [2]
Many might be doing a "welcoming ceremony" for children whose parents
don't attend regularly, but that's a different thing.

Mini-rant: at the last christening I attended the whole congregation
joined in with the affirmation by parents and godparents. This seems
to me to be a quite ridiculous pandering to people's sensibilities [1]
quite apart from spoiling the whole effect of joining in at the end
with "This is *our* faith". I don't know whether that's my local
church's decision or a change in Common Worship, but I Don't Like It.
[1] "oooer we're going to have to say this *out loud* *on our own*..."
[2] apart from the Baptists and other such who have never done it,
obviously
Post by Cyclops
Have you ever owned a vehicle ... 2 litres or more? -- Does this mean that
a XXX 2.0 would count? If so, don't forget most European cars which are
2.0 are actually about 1995-1998 cc (mainly because of an old tax loophole
in the UK where company cars used to be more prevalent than in the rest of
Europe) and are therefore under 2 litre.
Well then, it's not 2 litres or more, is it? The question didn't ask
you what it was called.
Post by Cyclops
<rant>
What really pees me off with this sort of junk (and I know I shouldn't let
it get to me) is that if I lie and say I am a practising christian a
much smaller percentage of people are supposedly purer than I am.
How do you know? ;-) It might have counted against us...

LBs

Julie
(who has considered the questions, and thinks they may have put an
inordinate weight on vegetarianism and masturbation)
Louise
2003-11-29 18:52:36 UTC
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Post by ingenious paradox
On Fri, 28 Nov 2003 21:43:17 +0000, Cyclops
[the questions on this quiz thing]
Post by Cyclops
Are you currently on a diet? Unless you are on a hunger strike the answer
has to be yes,
well, strictly speaking yes (and even if, really)... but you know what
they mean.
(don't you?)
Post by Cyclops
As for the question about being baptised, what if you had no choice in the
matter? I believe QE1 was baptised at 3 days old. While I know most
churches don't really like doing it that early these days, it was the age
of confirmation which they increased to the point where the applicant
could actually read his/her lines (even if they don't understand them),
not baptism.
well yeah - that's the whole point of confirmation, that you do it
once you can answer for yourself. The CofE Infant Baptism service is
quite upfront: "Children who are too young to profess the Christian
faith are brought to be baptised ..... [into the faith] in which they
will live and grow."
I don't think most churches have a problem with infant baptism. [2]
Many might be doing a "welcoming ceremony" for children whose parents
don't attend regularly, but that's a different thing.
Mini-rant: at the last christening I attended the whole congregation
joined in with the affirmation by parents and godparents. This seems
to me to be a quite ridiculous pandering to people's sensibilities [1]
quite apart from spoiling the whole effect of joining in at the end
with "This is *our* faith". I don't know whether that's my local
church's decision or a change in Common Worship, but I Don't Like It.
What is your problem with the congregation joining in? To the best of my
recollection it has been like that for baptisms in the C of I for ever. The
point is not to spare embarassed/lukewarm parents and godparents but to make
it clear to everyone that the child is joining in a community. And that to
some extent everyone there has an investment in this new member.
Louise


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ingenious paradox
2003-11-29 20:51:24 UTC
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On Sat, 29 Nov 2003 18:52:36 -0000, "Louise"
Post by Louise
What is your problem with the congregation joining in? To the best of my
recollection it has been like that for baptisms in the C of I for ever. The
point is not to spare embarassed/lukewarm parents and godparents but to make
it clear to everyone that the child is joining in a community. And that to
some extent everyone there has an investment in this new member.
Louise
But you see we did this at the *end*:

Parents and godparents answer the three questions with "I believe and
trust in him"

Priest turns to congregation and says "this is the faith of the
church"

Congregation replies "This is our faith. We believe and trust in one
god; Father, Son and Holy Spirit"

which (especially if congregation gets the stress right) I find
powerful and moving. Having everyone answer the original questions
detracted from it.

Sorry if I didn't make this clear.

LBs

Julie
Daibhid Ceannaideach
2003-11-29 15:59:16 UTC
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Date: 28/11/03 21:43 GMT Standard Time
<rant>
What really pees me off with this sort of junk (and I know I shouldn't let
it get to me) is that if I lie and say I am a practising christian a
much smaller percentage of people are supposedly purer than I am. As
someone who finds organised religion extremely offensive and impure, and
who was unfortunate enough to suffer what would have been seven of the
worst years of my life in a CofE school if I hadn't spent the better part
of the last two down the pub, this sort of shite really gets up my nose.
</rant>
Speaking as a practicing agnostic, I didn't take a site asking you to sell your
soul's view on religion seriously enough to get offended.

Besides, you're assuming they even think having a pure soul is a good thing...
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g***@hotmail.com
2003-11-29 19:31:54 UTC
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Hi there,

On Fri, 28 Nov 2003 21:43:17 +0000, Cyclops
Post by Cyclops
BTW mine is worth £17,075 and 55% of people are purer than me.
Mine too.

I was disappointed!

Cheers,
Graham.
Thomas Hamann
2003-11-29 16:13:49 UTC
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Post by Ailbhe
Post by R Dore
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
£48,201.00 Mmmm makes you think!
£18752. 51% have a purer soul than I do. I wonder what scored me down?
My Sony products (I own two)? My M$ products (two again!)? Being anti
war on terror and not thinking that the world is overpopulated and that
capitalism is the wave of the future?
For four of those I gave the same answer as you. So it could be
'thinking that the world is not overpopulated'.

Although I'd think the Dark One would be happier with an overpopulated
world...

Thomas
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Brian Wakeling
2003-11-29 02:02:07 UTC
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Post by R Dore
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
£48,201.00 Mmmm makes you think!
Makes you think what, exactly?

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Nigel Stapley
2003-11-28 15:02:42 UTC
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Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
£22299 (43% above me)
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James Brokaw
2003-11-28 15:15:38 UTC
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My soul is worth £13813. For your peace of mind, 65% of people have a
purer soul than I.

Oh, woe.
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Jugglebug
2003-11-28 18:00:51 UTC
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Post by James Brokaw
My soul is worth £13813. For your peace of mind, 65% of people have a
purer soul than I.
Oh, woe.
Ditto the percentage (65%)
but it seems mine is only worth £13749

It seems we are equally evil so how come you are worth 60 odd quid
more!


Jugglebug
soapietrekkers
2003-11-29 00:49:24 UTC
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Post by Jugglebug
Post by James Brokaw
My soul is worth £13813. For your peace of mind, 65% of people have a
purer soul than I.
Oh, woe.
Ditto the percentage (65%)
but it seems mine is only worth £13749
It seems we are equally evil so how come you are worth 60 odd quid
more!
Jugglebug
Market forces?
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elfin
2003-11-28 19:39:40 UTC
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Post by James Brokaw
My soul is worth £13813. For your peace of mind, 65% of people have a
purer soul than I.
Oh, woe.
Your soul is worth £14136. For your peace of mind, 64% of people have a
purer soul than you.

well at least I wasn't the lowest :-)

elfin
Alec Cawley
2003-11-28 15:21:49 UTC
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Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
£9,500, apparently: 80% purer than me. I must be a very naughty boy.
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CCA
2003-11-28 16:49:00 UTC
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£9,500, apparently: 80% purer than me. I must be a very naughty boy.
Hmmm... ;-)
Tell me, whereabouts do you live?<g>
CCA:)
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Alec Cawley
2003-11-28 23:27:19 UTC
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Post by CCA
Post by Alec Cawley
£9,500, apparently: 80% purer than me. I must be a very naughty boy.
Hmmm... ;-)
Tell me, whereabouts do you live?<g>
Not close enough to you :-). Are you planning on rescuing my poor
tarnished soul?
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CCA
2003-11-29 12:17:23 UTC
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CCA writes
Post by CCA
Post by Alec Cawley
£9,500, apparently: 80% purer than me. I must be a very naughty boy.
Hmmm... ;-)
Tell me, whereabouts do you live?<g>
Not close enough to you :-). Are you planning on rescuing my poor
tarnished soul?
<g> Tarnishing it still further, more likely...[1]
CCA:)
[1] But not ATM as I'm still knackered from yet *another* visit from the
insomnia fairy...
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Lesley Weston
2003-11-28 16:47:52 UTC
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Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
£33,000 odd and 25% are purer than me. Excellent ad campaign, though I don't
seem to be buying the product.
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Brian Howlett
2003-11-28 17:21:15 UTC
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Post by Lesley Weston
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
£33,000 odd and 25% are purer than me. Excellent ad campaign, though I
don't seem to be buying the product.
£19696/49%

I won't be buying the album, however.It sounds like a bunch of
pretentious wank...
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Marco Villalta
2003-11-28 22:54:08 UTC
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Post by Brian Howlett
Sex is like a Bridge game. If you have a good hand, no partner is needed.
<take an established concept, and turn it around!...>

"Sex is like a Bridge game. If you have a partner, you just
might get away with a hairy hand."
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Jenny Radcliffe
2003-11-28 23:53:33 UTC
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Post by Marco Villalta
Post by Brian Howlett
Sex is like a Bridge game. If you have a good hand, no partner is needed.
<take an established concept, and turn it around!...>
"Sex is like a Bridge game. If you have a partner, you just
might get away with a hairy hand."
I can't believe I'm going to say this, but ...

A hairy hand? This is a problem why, precisely, in masturbating?

Assuming you mean the palm, not the back - since I *really* can't see why
the *back* of your hand being hairy can be a problem - and assuming the hair
isn't too coarse (in which case, darlings, condition!), I really can't see
the problem.

Well, except that you're mad, of course.

Jenny, wondering where that train of thought came from and prefering not to
know
Marco Villalta
2003-11-29 17:09:43 UTC
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Post by Jenny Radcliffe
Post by Marco Villalta
Post by Brian Howlett
Sex is like a Bridge game. If you have a good hand, no partner is needed.
<take an established concept, and turn it around!...>
"Sex is like a Bridge game. If you have a partner, you just
might get away with a hairy hand."
I can't believe I'm going to say this, but ...
A hairy hand? This is a problem why, precisely, in masturbating?
Assuming you mean the palm, not the back - since I *really* can't
see why the *back* of your hand being hairy can be a problem -
Well, I didn't...

"Dodgy" would have worked too. That *can* present a problem, but
if you have a partner you're all right anyway.
Post by Jenny Radcliffe
Well, except that you're mad, of course.
I have been told that. Sometimes by myself.
Post by Jenny Radcliffe
Jenny, wondering where that train of thought came from and
prefering not to know
Paddington station? </obCrossThread>
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Dom
2003-11-28 17:33:53 UTC
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Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
Only £23174, I'm afraid.
It must be something to do with my ever-growing mobile phone collection:-(
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afpSlave to CCA
April Goodwin-Smith
2003-11-28 19:52:22 UTC
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Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
59187 pounds, which translates to $156845.00 Canadian, and
10% are purer. More than my whole net worth, including the
dilapidated, nonfunctioning barbeque. Hmmm.

April.
Put out the cat.
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Andrew Irish
2003-11-28 20:11:23 UTC
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Post by April Goodwin-Smith
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
59187 pounds, which translates to $156845.00 Canadian, and
10% are purer. More than my whole net worth, including the
dilapidated, nonfunctioning barbeque. Hmmm.
I have to wonder...

What do they do with the soul? Does it affect the previous owner, and
what happens to people who no longer have one?

And "You need never remember your previous soulful existence" - um... I
think there are some bits I'd need to remember.
--
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April Goodwin-Smith
2003-11-29 06:56:10 UTC
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Post by Andrew Irish
Post by April Goodwin-Smith
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
59187 pounds, which translates to $156845.00 Canadian,
I have to wonder...
What do they do with the soul? Does it affect the previous
owner, and what happens to people who no longer have one?
Yes. And how can you tell when you've got a full set?

Do collectors get together at soul-collecting conventions
and trade?

"Sorry, no, don't need any more virgins, thanks. Got
the young one and the old one - got duplicates, in fact.
What I really need is the skinflint glutton - that's a
toughie."

What kind of an album could they be collected in?

April.
Put out the cat.
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like things than things. Well known fact."
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soapietrekkers
2003-11-29 15:54:21 UTC
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Post by April Goodwin-Smith
Post by Andrew Irish
Post by April Goodwin-Smith
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
59187 pounds, which translates to $156845.00 Canadian,
I have to wonder...
What do they do with the soul? Does it affect the previous
owner, and what happens to people who no longer have one?
Yes. And how can you tell when you've got a full set?
Do collectors get together at soul-collecting conventions
and trade?
"Sorry, no, don't need any more virgins, thanks. Got
the young one and the old one - got duplicates, in fact.
What I really need is the skinflint glutton - that's a
toughie."
What kind of an album could they be collected in?
Would a collector by called a 'Soul Man' and would they suffer from 'Soul
Finger' if they flicked through their albums to fast?
--
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---
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Does this make me a short, fat, jolly, green Eddie Murphy?
Eric Jarvis
2003-11-29 17:06:08 UTC
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Post by soapietrekkers
Post by April Goodwin-Smith
Post by Andrew Irish
Post by April Goodwin-Smith
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
59187 pounds, which translates to $156845.00 Canadian,
I have to wonder...
What do they do with the soul? Does it affect the previous
owner, and what happens to people who no longer have one?
Yes. And how can you tell when you've got a full set?
Do collectors get together at soul-collecting conventions
and trade?
"Sorry, no, don't need any more virgins, thanks. Got
the young one and the old one - got duplicates, in fact.
What I really need is the skinflint glutton - that's a
toughie."
What kind of an album could they be collected in?
Would a collector by called a 'Soul Man' and would they suffer from 'Soul
Finger' if they flicked through their albums to fast?
a dealer would be a "Soul Trader"

the souls would, of course, be kept in Stax
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open the kitchen window"
v$af$ (ppint)
2003-11-30 04:10:14 UTC
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Post by Eric Jarvis
Post by April Goodwin-Smith
Post by Andrew Irish
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
[]
Post by Eric Jarvis
Post by April Goodwin-Smith
Post by Andrew Irish
I have to wonder...
What do they do with the soul? Does it affect the previous
owner, and what happens to people who no longer have one?
- they sing a fa-fa-fa-fa sad song - ?
Post by Eric Jarvis
Post by April Goodwin-Smith
Yes. And how can you tell when you've got a full set?
Do collectors get together at soul-collecting conventions
and trade?
- and Things Get Better; to bid in the soul auction, all
a Soul Sister (or Brother) need do is Raise Your Hand;
[]
Post by Eric Jarvis
Post by April Goodwin-Smith
What kind of an album could they be collected in?
Would a collector [be] called a 'Soul Man' and would they suffer
from 'Soul Finger' if they flicked through their albums to fast?
a dealer would be a "Soul Trader"
- any such undesirable would rightly be placed by all in a
Soul Limbo, shunned as though they'd contracted Soul Clap
'69 (or later), until they Knock on Wood to Soul Power...
Post by Eric Jarvis
the souls would, of course, be kept in Stax
- apart from the rarest, of course, which'd be stored in a
controlled environment, high security Volt...

- but i should be going: i've been up since dawn and need
some sleep tonight - don't want to be having no Backfield
in Motion in the morning; you might even say Time Is Tight...

- love, "You Don't Know Like I Know" ppint.
[the address from which this was posted bounces e-mail;
use the reply-to e-address, changing the "f" to a "g",
if you wish to cc. or e-mail me.]
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Thomas Hamann
2003-11-30 13:57:54 UTC
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On Fri, 28 Nov 2003 23:56:10 -0700, April Goodwin-Smith
Post by Andrew Irish
Post by Andrew Irish
Post by April Goodwin-Smith
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
59187 pounds, which translates to $156845.00 Canadian,
I have to wonder...
What do they do with the soul?
Listen to the wailing.
Post by Andrew Irish
Does it affect the previous
Post by Andrew Irish
owner, and what happens to people who no longer have one?
You mean those whose soul gets valued at 0 quid? They don't get any
money, that's all.
Post by Andrew Irish
Yes. And how can you tell when you've got a full set?
Do collectors get together at soul-collecting conventions
and trade?
"Sorry, no, don't need any more virgins, thanks. Got
the young one and the old one - got duplicates, in fact.
What I really need is the skinflint glutton - that's a
toughie."
What kind of an album could they be collected in?
Obviously, one similar to those used for coins. Once the album is
full, you've completed the set. The last soul that needs to be added
is that of your beloved child, of course. The first one is your own,
otherwise you're disqualified from collecting souls.

Now add your newly aquired...

'Thomas'

...by sticking his soul into the 63% spot. This of course raises the
question if souls are self-adhesive.
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Gary N.
2003-11-28 19:43:36 UTC
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Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
£5758 apparently - 91% of people are more pure than me.

Ho Hum...

gary
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What you gonna say when it's all too late?"
'Never The Bride'
Use garyn at ciderspace dot org dot uk for reply
soapietrekkers
2003-11-29 01:01:10 UTC
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Post by Gary N.
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
£5758 apparently - 91% of people are more pure than me.
Ho Hum...
You wicked, wicked person you! What have you done (and is it available in
paperback yet? :-))
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Does this make me a short, fat, jolly, green Eddie Murphy?
kilyth
2003-11-29 11:57:31 UTC
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Post by soapietrekkers
Post by Gary N.
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
£5758 apparently - 91% of people are more pure than me.
Ho Hum...
You wicked, wicked person you! What have you done (and is it available in
paperback yet? :-))
It seems as though my soul is worth £70725, and 7% of people are
purer. I dont' know how that happened but if it gets around it'll ruin
my reputation.

Kilyth
(I knew I should have taken heroin)
Nebula
2003-11-28 20:19:15 UTC
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On Fri, 28 Nov 2003 01:59:07 -0000, Brian Wakeling
Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
Wow,

'Your soul is worth £56837. For your peace of mind, 11% of
people have a purer soul than you'

You know, that doesn't actually do anything for my peace of
mind.

Where can I cash it anyhow?
--
Nebula
Ken Vale
2003-11-28 22:19:06 UTC
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Post by Brian Wakeling
http://www.wewantyoursoul.com/quote.php
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
Apparently mine is worth 50884 UK Pounds and only 13% of the people have
a purer soul than me (a few days old too so the prices may have changed...).
So anyone want to corrupt me?
Ken
James Brokaw
2003-11-28 23:15:52 UTC
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Post by Ken Vale
So anyone want to corrupt me?
Ken
That sounds like a Purity Test challenge[1].

I seem to remember afp doing the Purity Test thing back in 1995 or so.
Maybe we should pull up DejaNews and see which test we used. I wonder
how my score has changed.... :)
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[1] The challenge, of course, is not to use the test as a test, but
rather as a checklist.
Stacie Hanes
2003-11-29 00:06:21 UTC
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Post by James Brokaw
Post by Ken Vale
So anyone want to corrupt me?
Ken
That sounds like a Purity Test challenge[1].
I seem to remember afp doing the Purity Test thing back in 1995 or
so. Maybe we should pull up DejaNews and see which test we used. I
wonder how my score has changed.... :)
The last purity test I took, I would have had to have a drug-riffled orgy in
a parking garage, in a hearse, in a coffin, with two nuns and a priest in
order to worsen my score.

Stacie
James Brokaw
2003-11-29 00:23:17 UTC
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The last purity test I took, I would have had to have a drug-riffled orgy in
a parking garage, in a hearse, in a coffin, with two nuns and a priest in
order to worsen my score.
That can be arranged. Sounds like fun.
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soapietrekkers
2003-11-29 03:38:21 UTC
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Post by Stacie Hanes
Post by James Brokaw
Post by Ken Vale
So anyone want to corrupt me?
Ken
That sounds like a Purity Test challenge[1].
I seem to remember afp doing the Purity Test thing back in 1995 or
so. Maybe we should pull up DejaNews and see which test we used. I
wonder how my score has changed.... :)
The last purity test I took, I would have had to have a drug-riffled orgy in
a parking garage, in a hearse, in a coffin, with two nuns and a priest in
order to worsen my score.
You had a score that bad!!! Or should that be "That can be arranged"?
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Stacie Hanes
2003-11-29 04:46:35 UTC
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Post by soapietrekkers
Post by Stacie Hanes
Post by James Brokaw
Post by Ken Vale
So anyone want to corrupt me?
Ken
That sounds like a Purity Test challenge[1].
I seem to remember afp doing the Purity Test thing back in 1995 or
so. Maybe we should pull up DejaNews and see which test we used.
I wonder how my score has changed.... :)
The last purity test I took, I would have had to have a
drug-riffled orgy in a parking garage, in a hearse, in a coffin,
with two nuns and a priest in order to worsen my score.
You had a score that bad!!! Or should that be "That can be
arranged"?
Yes, even I was impressed; I had never tried any illegal drugs , or same-sex
intimacy. I had apparently tried just about everything else they could think
of. Add a dachshund to the scenario above and I bet I could get my score
down to zero.[1] Oh, and one of the nuns must be dead. So it's not *quite*
as bad as I first indicated. I think it came to 17%, but I was hampered by
the "if you have to ask for clarification, it's a yes" rule. I'm very
literal and ask many questions.

Someone beat you to the "it can be arranged" quip.

Stacie

[1] Let me add, in no uncertain terms, that I have NO interest in attempting
anything of the sort.
Ken Vale
2003-11-29 13:01:10 UTC
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Post by James Brokaw
Post by Ken Vale
So anyone want to corrupt me?
Ken
That sounds like a Purity Test challenge[1].
I seem to remember afp doing the Purity Test thing back in 1995 or so.
Maybe we should pull up DejaNews and see which test we used. I wonder
how my score has changed.... :)
For pure horrifing humour value how about the Dr Suess Purity Test
(http://www.armory.com/tests/seuss.html)
Ken
James Brokaw
2003-11-29 13:36:12 UTC
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Post by Ken Vale
For pure horrifing humour value how about the Dr Suess Purity Test
(http://www.armory.com/tests/seuss.html)
Ken
64% pure (gasp) and 32% weird.

I'm quite disappointed in myself. Gimme a log and some live TV, and I
bet I can improve.
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Brian Howlett
2003-11-29 18:09:13 UTC
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Post by James Brokaw
Post by Ken Vale
For pure horrifing humour value how about the Dr Suess Purity
Test (http://www.armory.com/tests/seuss.html) Ken
64% pure (gasp) and 32% weird.
I'm quite disappointed in myself. Gimme a log and some live TV, and I
bet I can improve.
I'm sure I could improve my score...

...provided partners are optional ;-)
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knob of butter...
melinda
2003-11-29 22:09:43 UTC
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Post by James Brokaw
Post by Ken Vale
For pure horrifing humour value how about the Dr Suess Purity Test
(http://www.armory.com/tests/seuss.html)
Ken
64% pure (gasp) and 32% weird.
I'm quite disappointed in myself. Gimme a log and some live TV, and I
bet I can improve.
I must be unadventerous, 82% pure and 27% weird.
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Thomas Hamann
2003-11-30 18:11:39 UTC
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Post by melinda
Post by James Brokaw
Post by Ken Vale
For pure horrifing humour value how about the Dr Suess Purity Test
(http://www.armory.com/tests/seuss.html)
Ken
64% pure (gasp) and 32% weird.
I'm quite disappointed in myself. Gimme a log and some live TV, and I
bet I can improve.
I must be unadventerous, 82% pure and 27% weird.
They've got lots of cool tests on the Armory:

- Vampirism:

http://www.armory.com./tests/vampiric.html

I'm 70.0% pure in the vampire domain (experience level: Goth[1]), with
a weirdness of 35%.

- Childhood trauma (very easy to score low):

http://www.armory.com./tests/trauma.html

I'm 52.2% trauma pure.

- Niceness (very easy to score low):

http://www.armory.com./tests/niceness.html

I'm 55.0% pure in the niceness domain.
"You are average. That is nothing to worry about, really. Just, eh,
whatever. I don't really have any advice, because it's not good or
bad. So just, um, go take the test again and see what you get. (or go
somewhere else."

- Web Design:

http://www.armory.com./tests/webdesign.html

I'm 57.3% pure in web designing (strangeness 42.7%).

- Geekness

http://www.armory.com./tests/geek.html

I'm 68.2% pure in the geekness domain (for an average of 80.4%[2]) and
33.3% weird.

Thomas

[1] Help.[3]
[2] Help.[3]
[3] Double help.
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Thomas Hamann
2003-11-30 16:39:21 UTC
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Post by Ken Vale
Post by James Brokaw
Post by Ken Vale
So anyone want to corrupt me?
Ken
That sounds like a Purity Test challenge[1].
I seem to remember afp doing the Purity Test thing back in 1995 or so.
Maybe we should pull up DejaNews and see which test we used. I wonder
how my score has changed.... :)
Of course, I am crazy/sad [1] enough to do this search:

http://groups.google.com/groups?q=%22Purity+test%22+group:alt.fan.pratchett&hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&c2coff=1&scoring=d&as_drrb=b&as_mind=12&as_minm=5&as_miny=1991&as_maxd=30&as_maxm=1&as_maxy=1997&start=60&sa=N

One of the test-pages found is this one:

http://www.nmt.edu/~kscott/purity/

which still works.

The others are:
http://www.armory.com/tests/sex1500.html
and:
http://www.armory.com/tests/500.html
Post by Ken Vale
For pure horrifing humour value how about the Dr Suess Purity Test
(http://www.armory.com/tests/seuss.html)
94% pure, 30% weird. That's after considering that 'it' might mean
more than 'with a partner'. Otherwise I was 100% pure, 34% weird.

What the hell is 'VD'? [2]

Now let's use this new pass-time [3].

Thomas

[1] Choose appropriate.
[2] Do I want to know?
[3] I'm talking about the tests...
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Jenny Radcliffe
2003-11-30 16:44:12 UTC
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What the hell is 'VD'? [2]
[2] Do I want to know?
Venereal Disease. We use the term Sexually Transmitted Disease, STD, now.

Jenny - nurse's daughter, OK?
Alec Cawley
2003-11-30 17:16:16 UTC
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Post by Jenny Radcliffe
Post by Thomas Hamann
What the hell is 'VD'? [2]
[2] Do I want to know?
Venereal Disease. We use the term Sexually Transmitted Disease, STD, now.
Sometimes. I remember being startled by an American magazine article in
which a woman was light-heartedly joking about her toddler daughter
having VD. I was half way through the article with my hair starting to
stand on end when I realised that she meant Verbal Diarrhoea - or simply
that the child was a chatterbox.
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CCA
2003-11-29 12:19:45 UTC
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Post by Ken Vale
Apparently mine is worth 50884 UK Pounds and only 13% of the people have
a purer soul than me (a few days old too so the prices may have changed...).
So anyone want to corrupt me?
Bugger, why didn't I think to ask that? ;-)
CCA:)
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Richard Bos
2003-12-01 10:15:01 UTC
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Post by Ken Vale
Apparently mine is worth 50884 UK Pounds and only 13% of the people have
a purer soul than me (a few days old too so the prices may have changed...).
So anyone want to corrupt me?
Bugger, why didn't I think to ask that? ;-)
Perhaps because it's usually the other way 'round?

Richard, g,d,rlb

PussInSpooks
2003-11-29 13:46:49 UTC
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From: "Brian Wakeling"
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
£16664, I am a bit worried on two counts, one that it isn't more ( and 54% of
people are purer than me) the other worry is that 666 thang......
Philip Constable
2003-12-01 06:16:53 UTC
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From: "Brian Wakeling"
I'm worth £35033, apparently. What about you?
£16664, I am a bit worried on two counts, one that it isn't more ( and 54% of
people are purer than me) the other worry is that 666 thang......
But look at soul trading in a more general sense, I am sure some
afpeconomist could work out, for instance, if Mephistopheles or Faust
got the better of the deal. Nowadays, at values in the posts above not
many afpers are going to get a good deal out of the devil. And what
about the futures market, option trading? How is it going to work? And
if you can't sell it then it isn't worth anything.

Phil
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