John Heaton (jheaton) wrote,
John Heaton

jheaton is a headband

"jheaton is a headband that can be programmed to perform simple tasks, is powered by a single hamster and is made entirely of wood." Hey, that's a half-truth!

What Are You?

Hee, I love that cartoon. But honestly, I'm not that much of a consumer whore.

What Teen TV Stereotype Are You?

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Whee! I like both Xander and Chloe quite a lot! I don't know who that other person is though. And let me take this opportunity to say that I've seen a lot of ridiculous things on TWoP since I joined in January 2000, but by far the most ridiculous is the small cadre of people who constantly harp on how Xander is responsible for that guy's death in "Once More, With Feeling." And while I'm thinking about TWoP, I'd also like to take this opportunity to say that I'm quite pleased that one of my posts "personally offended" one of the "Buffy is a bitch" wierdos in the "Same Time, Same Place" thread. Isn't that shallow?

I am 37.5% British, just like
Just as happy in LA or London. Aren't the narrow roads in the UK quaint.
Take the Brit Quiz at

Quiz written by daz71

Hm. I think I'm more English than Madonna. I'll bet I've watched way more episodes of Doctor Who and Blake's 7 than she has. And does she know who the Two Ronnies are? Or Dave Allen? I suspect not.

What magazine am I?

I am Popular Science: The only thing more exciting then the present is the future. I am always the first to hear about whats going on in the realms of human achievement.

What magazine am I?

Hmm. Well, maybe. Science is interesting, though I don't think I would be well suited to a life as a scientist.

Book Worm Meter
Shut In 93%
7% Out Of The House
Intellectual 77%
23% Moron
High Attention Span 95%
5% Low Attention Span
Bookitude 96%
4% Book Burner
Book Worm 90.25%
9.75% Bug Stomper
Take your bookworm readings.

Yeah, like there was any doubt. But even so, I was a bit surprised by how thoroughly bookwormy I am. 90%! That's pretty good. I'm a little disappointed with my intellectual score though. Hey, Mr. Test Giving Guy, if I'm so un-intellectual, how come I can remember off the top of my head that Roddy McDowell played a villain called The Bookworm in the 1960s Batman TV series?

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