December 9th, 2005

lookin' good


it's not so bad:
More of a habit
You are 50% Addicted!
You seem to enjoy the game, and understand it, but it hasn't yet taken over your life. This is probably a good thing, depending on who you talk to.

My test tracked 1 variable How you compared to other people your age and gender:
free online dating free online dating
You scored higher than 0% on addiction level
Link: The World of Warcraft Addiction Test written by survivedestiny on Ok Cupid, home of the 32-Type Dating Test
lookin' good

Very interesting

The following 12 people read [my] posts in the last month & aren't on [my] friends list:

chibigendo, coyotewoman, cymrullewes, [two people I know but choose not to have on my friends list], jenhime, lady_amaranth, macthud, myclaudia, [another person I know], snarkel, soaring_phoenix

So who are these people? Do we have mutual friends? Have we met at a con? Are my statistics confused by IP crossovers of other members of your household or workplace sharing your address. Speak up, please don't be bashful.

These members of [my] friends list haven't read [my] journal in the last month but have read someone else's:

martinhesselius, sinboy, amokk, wolfieboy, sunspiral, robont, magicwoman, sebab, [person who hates me], dicotomygrrl, [person deployed to iraq], tikva, danaeris, [son of an LJ friend], yesthattom, bridgetester, jbsegal, redaxe, koakako

Note: this list can be very wrong. It gets skewed by random "drive-by" hits to their friends pages - something pretty much impossible to filter out. So take this list with a pinch of salt.

Given that I don't have time to read my flist at all, I should probably trim some of these people. I could trim the 114 people who have neither read my entries, nor anyone else's, but they're probably mostly inactive so that wouldn't do much in terms of volume reduction.