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Ár nDraíocht Féin
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January 20th, 2005

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08:06 am - FaceAnalyzer
From www.faceanalyzer.com, a nifty thing that analyzes your picture and tries to figure out some stuff about you. Only problem I have is that it uses "archetypes", which is just a silly idea on the whole.

Gakked from bean_drui

4% Southern European
96% Anglo Saxon
0% East Indian
0% Middle Eastern
0% Eastern European
0% South East Asian
0% Korean/Japanese
0% Chinese

Gender: MALE

Personality Profile
Intelligence 5.7 Average Intelligence
Risk 5.7 Average Risk
Ambition 5.0 Low Ambition
Gay Factor 1.5 Very Low Gay Factor
Honor 4.9 Average Honor
Politeness 5.0 Average Politeness
Income 5.3 $30,000 - $50,000
Sociability 5.3 Average Sociability
Promiscuity 4.0 Low Promiscuity

Personality Profile: White Collar

You especially enjoy the traditional way of life. Having drinks with your friends, attending parties and relaxing while watching TV are some of your simple pleasures. You may also enjoy physical exercise. Your driving force is to retire as early as possible, so that you can do the things you enjoy more often. Your main source of ambition comes from this desire.

You don't particularly like your job but you do it without complaining. You realize that the income that it provides is essential to your lifestyle. You are friendly yet competitive with your co-workers. This competitiveness may lead you to squander your earnings to match other peoples' possessions.

You operate most effectively when there is a set power structure, and the lines of authority are clear. You know your place in the ranks, you play by the rules, and will deliver what is expected of you. You do not care for responsibility; you would rather be care free.

Your view of other types
You sometimes disagree with Boss types, but you respect them for the most part. You may even be envious of their lifestyles. You find Academic types boring and uptight. You have very little in common with them. However some White collar types may respect the accomplishments for certain Academic types. You think that Artist types are unrealistic and immature. You like interacting with Charmer types, and sometimes envy their charisma. You perceive Gambler types mostly as loners and untrustworthy. However, since you may have to interact with them on a daily basis you are not hostile to them. You believe Drifters are too lazy to work for a living but you sometimes feel pity for them.

Other types' view of you
Boss types may have some things in common with Blue collar types, but for the most part they only interact with you during the course of business. Academics see White collar types as unsuccessful versions of themselves, but because of work situations they may have to interact with you often. Artists do not interact with you, for they consider you to be a slave of conformity. Charmer types may associate with you; they find that the collar types are the people that mostly want to hang around them. To the Drifter types your repetitive routines seem boring; they would prefer having more fun and excitement. They may however enjoy the company of some Blue collar types.

White Collar:
-Slightly more intelligent and ambitious than the Blue collar type.
Occupation Examples: Secretary, Police Officer, Telemarketer, Computer Programmer, Office worker

Blue collar:
-Less intelligent and less ambitious than White Collar.
Occupation Examples: Auto/Equipment Mechanic, Factory Worker, Electrician.
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[User Picture]
Date:January 20th, 2005 07:37 pm (UTC)
How'd you get that little readout at the bottom? Mine just stopped at the archeotype.
[User Picture]
Date:January 20th, 2005 08:11 pm (UTC)
It just showed up there. I don't think the site is all that reliable. But it is sometimes nifty.
[User Picture]
Date:January 20th, 2005 10:00 pm (UTC)
Yeah, it was taking forever to even pull up the first page. I'll try it tonight when maybe their bandwidth is not so crunched.

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