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My shirt tucked into my underwear? I must have been gaming the day they explained that one.

I just made it across the Major Geek threshold, probably due to movie watching; the only boxes left unchecked in that section were All Star Trek Movies and Donnie Darko.

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Just Jeff wrote:... the only boxes left unchecked in that section were All Star Trek Movies and Donnie Darko.
Donnie Darko is awesome.

35.6% geek for me.

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I got 42. Which is The Answer...
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16.236161%

I'm thinking this guy has a thing for Steve Jackson Games.

Somebody should tell him green letters on black wasn't the best choice. Unless that is a geek thing.
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Good or bad, i got

67.71218% - Geek God

I didnt cheat.
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Dead Horse wrote:Good or bad, i got

67.71218% - Geek God

I didnt cheat.
You, sir, are a Geek Among Geeks. I barely scored above 35%, and I'm widely regarded as a Geek by those with whom I associate.
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I don't need a test, my wife reminds me everyday. :)
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DeadReborn wrote:I don't need a test, my wife reminds me everyday. :)

Mine too, but now there is an official number to go with it (26% and change). However, I'm waiting till she takes the test. I have a sneaking suspicion that she'll score higher them me. She doesn't game, but she'll score high on the computer stuff and movies.
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69%.

Yay.

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well, that was like, 20 minutes of my life I'll never get back....

50.9%
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I think the green on black thing is a throwback to the old monochrome computers.
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It should probably be higher since I just spent 3 more minutes not only googling how to count to 31 on one hand, but practicing... and then thinking that it should have been self-evident. And not being embarrassed to say this publicly. :-)

Gave myself 2 points for creating an RPG club... does anyone think that was repetitive?
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I took the test, but I'm not geeky enough to count up the number of questions "correct" and determine a percentile score. :(
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Serl you the man.
What cost me was my disdain for later Star Trek stuff. I scored well in the computers bit. The count to 31 on hand i figured out (thanks CCNA classes with all the binary practice). If i would have taken this two years ago i would have scored ALOT lower on both the reading and computer bits. Going back to college for retraining was aces for my geek score.
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MormonYoYoMan wrote:I took the test, but I'm not geeky enough to count up the number of questions "correct" and determine a percentile score. :(
I was geeky enough to hit the button that calculated my score for me. 8-)

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Just Jeff wrote:
MormonYoYoMan wrote:I took the test, but I'm not geeky enough to count up the number of questions "correct" and determine a percentile score. :(
I was geeky enough to hit the button that calculated my score for me. 8-)
See how inept I am in my geekiness? I have too many hobbies and can't even keep them straight. (Such as the time I ran Popeye as a Traveller character, all the time doing yo-yo tricks while rolling dice with the free hand.)
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Only a 28.5 :-(. Just a total geek, and I'm a huge Trek dork. Computer knowledge not so good.

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39.29889% - Major Geek

Come on everyone, true geeks will put the full number with decimal places.

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koralas wrote:39.29889% - Major Geek

Come on everyone, true geeks will put the full number with decimal places.
True geeks will present as a fractional representation not, decimal places. :D
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61.62362% - Extreme Geek

I new this before i stared this. i think its my lack of dressing up and i have drakaway the computer languages.

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50.92251%

I did not see:
"Create your own RPG system (non-D20 related)."
"publish it."
"sell copies to non-family/friends."

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