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new friends. swolfe 110%… - don't let the bastards grind you down.
taumeson
taumeson
new friends.


swolfe 110%
qed 98%
stitched_kitty 91%
wiffler 84%
grapenut 73%
How compatible with me are YOU?


steve, what the hell? that's the highest score i've seen!
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dravenfrost From: dravenfrost Date: June 2nd, 2003 03:24 am (UTC) (Link)
I don't really like a lot of the questions they ask for this. My highest was Vince at 92%, Tara at 87% and then everyone else at 85% and lower. I tried to post my little graph as a comment here but it exceeded the allowed size.
chaos4675 From: chaos4675 Date: June 2nd, 2003 01:02 pm (UTC) (Link)
Go figure, you didn't like the questions. Really? I'm shocked. :) I'm sure if it was a thirty page questionnaire that took 2 days to fill out it would be more to your liking, no? Sorry, I tease because I love.
littlewashu From: littlewashu Date: June 2nd, 2003 01:49 pm (UTC) (Link)

to continue on the theme . . .

... Because finding compatibility between two human beings IS possible by simply having them fill out multiple-choice questionnaires, it's just a matter of the RIGHT questions in said surveys.
dravenfrost From: dravenfrost Date: June 2nd, 2003 09:32 pm (UTC) (Link)
The questions don't have to be long, involved, or even particularly detailed in order for me to consider them to be good questions. They just need to be clear and concise with little to no room for personal interpretation. When I read a question and I need to ponder what way I should take the question, it invalidates the integrity of it. People answering with different fundamental understandings of the question can not be directly compared.
qed From: qed Date: June 3rd, 2003 06:04 am (UTC) (Link)
There aren't really many meaningful questions that don't involve a certain degree of interpretation. How you interpret a question is an important part of the Internet Survey Process. Instead of trying to figure out what the right answer is, just put down your gut reaction.
dravenfrost From: dravenfrost Date: June 3rd, 2003 11:46 am (UTC) (Link)
heh, well, when my gut reaction is to choose both answers to a question, or neither, or a combination, or something else entirely... what am I supposed to select as my answer?
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