Wednesday, April 1, 2009

We may be on the 'Losing Side' - ain't convinced that's the 'Wrong Side'

Take the quiz and then go man your station:
Here's mine:

Seems to only make sense - seeing how many of us 'Aim to Misbehave'.

- MuscleDaddy


  1. Never once saw the show, but took the quiz - guess I'll have to stock up on gaffer's tape and the Gentleman's Cologne, WD-40. Kaylee, huh? Makes me question myself that much more.

    Budding canna chins along so fits axe.

    Oh, the Anguish.

  2. GHS - when you're done with those DVDs, send them to Otto - K?

    - MD

  3. Wash.
    Is that bad?
    Never seen the show.

  4. Interesting. I'm Shepherd Book.

  5. Dougman, get the series, you will not regret it.

    I'm Mal and the wife is Kaylee.

    “It’s a real burn, being right so often.”

  6. My Result:

    "You are Zoe Washburne (Second-in-command)Zoe Washburne (Second-in-command)
    75% "

    Must have been that "Are you pretty" question that bent my gender a bit... (chuckle, chuckle...)

    Should I be concerned?

  7. Oh, Captain my Captain... I'll be in my bunk!

    I'm 90% Zoe and 85% Kaylee. That's a combo I can live with.

  8. I am sooo Zoe -- 100%, in fact. Plus, 85% Kaylee. So there's that.


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