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Re: [OT] The 500 Point Nerdity Test

  • Subject: Re: [OT] The 500 Point Nerdity Test
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 11 Mar 2006 18:45:26 +0000
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__/ [ MGW ] on Saturday 11 March 2006 18:30 \__

> On 11 Mar 2006 17:29:41 GMT, TechnoHippie
> <technohippiechick@xxxxxxxxx> scrawled:
>> The 500 Point Nerdity Test
>> http://www.armory.com/tests/nerd500.html
>> "This test is designed to help you determine your nerdity quotient. In
>> the past, someone may have watched you,or listened to something you said
>> and then exclaimed, "You geek! What do you think you are doing?" Or maybe
>> it's just us. In any event, we here at the nerdity testing lab were
>> prompted to ask "just what is a nerd?" In response, we came up with this
>> test. By taking it, you will determine your current nerdity quotient
>> (from 0% to 100%), with 100% roughly corresponding to a pile of sludge
>> unable to communicate with anything human except through a device that is
>> a miracle of modern medicine and engineering, and whose only connection
>> to the outside world is through the computer Internet system."
>> Just in case some of you have too much time on your hands this Saturday
>> morning.
> An oldie-but-goody.
> It's been a long time since I took it, but I'm definitely a bona fide
> nerd ;-)

Why not take the shorter route? There's a popular test that's even more


I got an 89 when I took the test last year.

Best wishes,


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