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September 13th, 2003

Sep. 13th, 2003

</td><td valign="top">You are a geek liaison, which means you go both ways. You can hang out with normal people or you can hang out with geeks which means you often have geeks as friends and/or have a job where you have to mediate between geeks and normal people. This is an important role and one of which you should be proud. In fact, you can make a good deal of money as a translator.
Normal: Tell our geek we need him to work this weekend.

You [to Geek]: We need more than that, Scotty. You'll have to stay until you can squeeze more outta them engines!

Geek [to You]: I'm givin' her all she's got, Captain, but we need more dilithium crystals!

You [to Normal]: He wants to know if he gets overtime.

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You are 42% geek

Take the Polygeek Quiz at Thudfactor.com

'S true.

You're a PANTSER! A pantser writes without
forethought to where the plot is going--sort of
by-the-seat-of-her-pants method. You're a free-
spirited, creative person. You write with
passion about what inspires you at the moment,
and you probably have a strong voice. Don't
worry about writer's block--you've a different
story. You've got more story seeds than a hive
has bees. When you write, it's in disjointed
segments. You may write sequentially or in
flashes of inspiration, where you connect all
your flashes later. People might say you
ramble a bit in your work. Your revision
process might take several passes, because you
really have to whip that first draft into a
more marketable shape. Your novels either hit
it big or miss. There's no in-between. Readers
either love you or hate you. Learn to channel
that creative energy into a masterpiece and
we'll be seeing your name on the NYT Lists!


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