Thanks to the inexorable passage of time, accumulation of idle curiosity, the most excellent Historiann, and my undying ambition to outdo my friends the über-narcissists at Perverse Egalitarianism, I have a wondrous gift to bestow on you, oh peerless reader: a wealth of random useless information about this blog! Yay!
First, you should know that if you’ve been following along so far, you are officially a Genius according to The Blog Readability Test, which purports to measure the reading level required by a blog. Congratulations, I knew your perspicacity was commensurate with the discursive space of this text:
Next, it might interest you to know that according to the Genderanalyzer it is 76% likely that this blog was written by a guy! Phew. Only 24% of that pesky fem residue left to flush out and I’ll be man all man. (I think I must have picked up some points on all those Palin posts, or maybe they helped on the Genius bit.)
For those of you with cash in your pocket and flagging interest in the stock market, might I suggest a nice blog to add to your status portfolio? According to the Business Opportunities Weblog, mine is a real bargain (I blame that Genius thing, a real two-edged sword that) (cool, the sword metaphor’s got to get me another boy point or two at Genderanalyzer):
Finally, the Typealyzer was kind enough to sort me onto the Myers-Briggs scale. As performed on this blog, I am apparently an INTP “thinker,” helpfully described thus:
The logical and analytical type. They are especialy [sic] attuned to difficult creative and intellectual challenges and always look for something more complex to dig into. They are great at finding subtle connections between things and imagine [sic] far-reaching implications.
They enjoy working with complex things using a lot of concepts and imaginative models of reality. Since they are not very good at seeing and understanding the needs of other people, they might come across as arrogant, impatient and insensitive to people that need some time to understand what they are talking about.
Aren’t you done reading that yet, dumbass? What’s so hard to understand about concept-orientation, dingbat? (Yay, more boy points!) Actually, I find that if I turn other people’s feelings into a puzzle and go all aikido I’m able to simulate empathy quite well. But because we “thinkers” tend to jump from project to project once we’ve achieved mastery, not for long.
Finally, you may be fascinated and even underwhelmed to learn, thanks to the narcissizing free WordPress blogstats, that in about eight months of operation this blog has pumped out 92 posts; stimulated 297 comments (errrrummm, counting my own); attracted 7,136 pageviews; and blessedly dodged 696 spams, with one currently awaiting my cold hand of fate. Does anyone know if a nearly 3:1 spam-to-comment ratio is good?