Monday, October 17, 2005


It's been too long since my last post, I know. The pressure is too much. I mean, I managed a fairly funny post about Blinkies, and then one about Diabetes. How can I top that? Everything that comes to mind is mediocre at best.

So, what to write about? Honestly, I don't know. Ideas sprung to mind, but I realized no one would really care about my take on the theological implications of eldership in the church, or whether jelly donuts are more important than the color red.

Incidently, that latter comparison stems from a personality test I took, as posted to the writer's board I frequent by author Martha O'Conner. Should I warn you about that test? I mean, where's the fun in that? But then, it will take up a lot of precious time before you learn anything from the results. If you decide to take the personality test, be advised that the jelly donuts and color red comparison isn't actually in the test, but you'll understand where that question comes from better when/if you take it.

Anyhow, consider this post a complete waste of time in acknowledgement (or is that acknowlegement? acknowledgment? I always forget.) that I have nothing to say today, really.

And, as we all know, when you have nothing to say, there really is one thing left to say:



Kerri. said...

Since my job is excruciatingly boring, I took a stab at this test. Once I cleared question #301, I realized that I was bored silly and couldn't take it any more. What is the deal with this test???

Or was it just to torture me?

RyanBruner said...


Well, I'll give you a hint. Scroll to the bottom of the page of questions (any page of questions) and read the small print. Specifically the date.

I'll admit up front that I spent quite a while answering questions before I noticed that little bit of info.

But look at the bright side, the test probably made you realize that your excruciatingly boring job could be could be a never-ending personality test instead!

Kerri. said...

Damn It #1: I didn't notice the date.

Damn It #2: Forging on to Question 301 was significantly more exciting than my job.