Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Is it the truth?

Science Creative Quarterly says its the truth. Is it? On principle, I think three of the 15 statements are not the truth, and I flat-out disagree with one.

(h/t to A Blog from Hell)


  1. There are only seven that I can agree with without at least having to specify further.

  2. You do like to quibble, Ms. P!

  3. Heh, presumably that's "quibble" as in "I am exact, you like to quibble, he is anally retentive about definitions".

    No, seriously, it's only for a bit of a laugh blah blah, but you would think they would have tried slightly harder with the "serious" items. I mean, Men and Women (specially ones with random initial capitalisation) are equal ....before the law? in opportunitiy? in all abilities? morally?

    I didn't even understand the one about Wilco. But I can spell whisky properly.

  4. Indeed. Except that I know whether or not "anal-retentive" has a hyphen, and I care.


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