Saturday, 2 December 2006

Quiz

It looks as though Kim (“Kim Fantabulous”) and I (“Been Mires”) both feature in this humorous new quiz: Which blogger are you?

14 Comments:

Tom Allen said...

According to the quiz I've just become you - what's the theological word for that - transsubstantiation

D.W. Congdon said...

Same for me. I am officially "Been Mires." :) And apparently I now like rugby.

Michael Westmoreland-White said...

Who is "Chip-munk?" What's a podcast? What does podcasting have to do with theo-blogging, biblio-blogging or my own strange mix of religious commentary on politics?

Whoever Chip-munk is, I can't be him since everyone apparently thinks he's saved and I've had at least one "troll" (not a nice term and I don't usually use it) not only try to save me, but go to several other blogs and claim that I am definitely NOT "born-again," but just faking it.

kim fabricius said...

I'm a Chipmunk! Does that mean I'm cute - or vermin! I must be cute because, apparently, "everybody loves me and thinks I'm saved." But then what's the point of blogging? Mind, I didn't understand half the questions!

And a library Fantabulous' idea of heaven? Only if it's next to a baseball diamond! And as for those $10 words, I live in the UK where the exchange rate will only give me about £7, so make those words $12.50, please.

byron said...

Chip-Munk = the iMonk, a.k.a. Michael Spencer, a 'post-evangelical' pastor, author and speaker from Kentucky. See here.

Hoover said...

I am a lurking chipmunk. Beware, who-is-that-guy comments from a furry stranger.

Jackson said...

According to the quiz, I'm a regular 'Been Mires'. That was fun.

Michael F. Bird said...

It seems that I'm a Been Mires. Must be that "Austrailia" accent of mine. "Maete".

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Richard Hall said...

I'm Been Mires too, which was a surprise. How come Kim wasn't Kim? You reckon he might be an imposter?

And Kim -- watch that exchange rate. $10 won't get you much more than a fiver today.

kim fabricius said...

Looks like there are a lot of Been Mires clones - but there is only one Kim Fantabulous! :)

(Anyone who says one is quite enough and I forget the pacifism and we have a duel!)

byron said...

Or if a second one comes along, perhaps a duel might be in order then too?

One of Freedom said...

I'm Been Mires! Saweeet!

Michael Westmoreland-White said...

Anyone know what the full choices were? A list of the bloggers quiz takers could have "been?"

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