So, if you had taken a practice test and got a 96% - would you take it again so you could potentially get 100%, or would you cut your losses? I'm cutting my losses. I'm riding the high of the 96%, at least for tonight. Woo. I am a genius. Bow to me. Lie to me. Step right up, tonight's the night I'm accepting lies.
My brain is shut off as of 10pm Central Standard Time. The Daily Show is requiring a level of concentration beyond me.
Luckily I filled out my census form before my brain was fractioned and divvied and "shorted" to death. People in house? Two! Gary, 56, white, done! Ellen, 47, white, done! Two old white folks in the house! Making our voices heard in Washington.
And oh, the HELL. Daily Show interview is about the stock market. I have to concentrate again.
Bask in the 96%. I still am, 40 years after scoring 95% for English School Certificate when I was 15.
(As I got only 61% for maths in the same set of exams, I just had to change 30 to 40.)
Posted by: TravelSkite | March 15, 2010 at 11:19 PM
I did my census forms this morning. Kind of a let down after all the hype. I don't understand, though, why I had to put both my age and my birthdate.
Posted by: Christy | March 16, 2010 at 10:24 AM
Big Dot - "Maths" - I wish I'd ever had a chance to say "maths" - sounds so much better than 'math.'
Christy - Yes! We all said that at the same time too!
Posted by: TheQueen | March 17, 2010 at 12:02 AM
Yes, to me that always sounds like a Catholic with a lisp.
Posted by: TravelSkite | March 17, 2010 at 03:45 AM
Big Dot - heh! I was a Catholic with a lisp at one time.
Posted by: TheQueen | March 17, 2010 at 11:12 PM