Me too. Must be something wrong with the quiz. Time to reprogram the
simulation. Or phase out and go travel the rest of the universe.
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principles of a democratic society, accountable government and
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Gods! That's even worse than coming up as Wesley Crusher! Now you have
to go out and get D+D rulebooks and a spice rack to be the New Age
occult icon of geekiness.
BTW, I got Elrond. I can live with that even though I see myself more
like Boromir, or the movie version of Theodin. Though I'm sure many
would say Exador from Mork and Mindy would be a closer call. I could
live with that too ;-)
Now, now....even though D&D set a new standard in defining "geekiness";
remember...if *one* thing inspired it more than any other...it was
"Lord of the Rings"....so it's best to avoid even *mentioning* D&D.
"Exidor" is cool...because Richard Donner *also* portrayed the wonderfully
goofy "Yancy Tucker" on The Waltons!
And "Theoden"....definitely the epitome of "cool" with regards to
LotR movie characters. Sean "Boromir" Bean as well, especially
since he was also "Richard Sharpe".
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