Thursday, July 26, 2007

Quickie - From TOWWAS

Apparently, my baldness and blindness makes me worthless compared to J.Po and TOWWAS:

$3925.00The Cadaver Calculator - Find out how much your body is worth. From Mingle2 - Free Online Dating

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Needless to say, this was really disappointing. I mean come on, all the references to "boobs" and I don't at least get a "PG"? Something's not right...

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WOOOOO!!! I'm almost 3/4 geek!
74% Geek

11 comments:

KC said...

I'm only worth $3,425, and my blog is rated G as well. I forgot to do the geek quiz. I'll do that one as well.

KC said...

Make that 24% geek. I have no idea what Firefly is or any of the Star Trek stuff. I think Han shot first, but I can't be absolutely sure.

The Phoenix said...

Han shot first!!!

Greedo ate it in the cantina.

towwas said...

KC, whoever you are, go rent Firefly now. NOW, I tell you.

Al said...

And apparently I do need to borrow that from you, towwas. My geek score was just unacceptably low...

KC said...

Reply to towwas: OK. I'll put it on my Netflix list. Someone else also told me that I absolutely must see this, so I bow before the both of you and surrender to Firefly.

kippur said...

Dude, $5400! Musta been the "rare disease", i.e. Eye Herpies(Toxoplasmosa). I guess it must have some scientific value. I knew it would come in handy sometime, too bad it's only after Im dead.

kippur said...

scuse me...toxoplasmosIS. Christ, I don't even know the right names of my own diseases.

Grafs said...

I'm only worth around $3,600. I think the social smoking did me in, like it will in about 40 years.

grrrbear said...

Kippur, are you sure it's not "Histoplasmosis"? Because I've got it too. I don't think we can claim it's all that rare though, something like 90% of people who live in the lower Mississippi river valley have it.

Of course, if you had caught it up in MN then now you're talking.

kippur said...

No, it's Toxoplasmosis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toxoplasmosis)

When I first got it they thought I had Mono, then 8 years later a trip to the eye doctor discovered otherwise.

So do I still get to count that for a rare disease?