Life is art

Wednesday, April 26th, 2006

The latest challenge thrown up by the ever-fascinating game Perplex City requires players to take part in a personality test in order to schmooze a researcher who holds a key piece of information. It’s a nice take-off of the meme craze. Here’s my results for today’s (second) challenge.

Random’s View On
What is it like to be a citizen of Earth?

My Interpretation
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Someone Else’s

Fascinating. Earth is one of the most complex sophisticated and varied worlds in any universe. It is populated by billions of people who speak hundreds of languages and live in frozen wastelands and urban jungles and desert dunes and chains of tropical islands. And this is the best you could come up with? It is not always possible to translate a creative vision into reality. Have you considered a change of career?
Oistin Meade’s Earth Psychology Tests!
Live from Perplex City !

And here’s yesterday’s part one:

Random’s Personal Assessment
Upon your death please donate your brain to medical science. You can keep your liver. Like your hero TJ Hooker you tackle challenges head-on with determination and vigour paying scant attention to the law. This devil-may-care attitude may work for fictional crimefighters but it can be counterproductive in real life.

Your responses to the inkblot test suggest that you are unable to censor your own thoughts. Your stream of consciousness gushes like the rapids of the Mazy River and anybody entering into conversation with you is likely to drown. There are a number of excellent cognitive therapists in Perplex City who may be able to help you overcome your problem. I am not one of them.

Oistin Meade’s Earth Psychology Tests!
More tests coming soon live from Perplex City!

For those who haven’t come across it before, PxC is an alternative reality game with a prize to the winner worth £100,000 or $200,000. We are currently placed in the upper end of the 25,000 or so players but it could easily be won by someone who hasn’t yet signed up. The easiest way to describe it is as a version of Masquerade for the internet and mobile telecommunications age. Check out the website here.

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