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May 03, 2003
Once a Teacher Always A Teacher

professor x
You are Professor X!

You are a very effective teacher, and you are very
committed to those who learn from you. You put
your all into everything you do, to some extent
because you fear failure more than anything
else. You are always seeking self-improvement,
even in areas where there is nothing you can do
to improve.

Which X-Men character are you most like?
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Found via Clarity Amidst Chaos.

Class dismissed!

Posted by Craig Tanner at 06:52 PM

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March 30, 2003
That's a Nice Watch


Switzerland - A neutral power for as long as most can remember, it has avoided war for several centuries. However, it is still considered highly advanced and a global power.

Powerful without Force.
Makes Excellent Watches, Etc.

Target of Ridicule.
Constant Struggle to Avoid Conflict.
Target of Criminal Bank Accounts.

Seen on many blogs...

Class dismissed!

Posted by Christopher at 07:01 PM

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February 14, 2003
Internet Addiction

Took an online quiz to see if I was addicted to the Internet. (Yeaaaaah...) I found the quiz from Andrew's site Hooked On the Net.

I recieved a score of 31: You are an average on-line user. You may surf the Web a bit too long at times, but you have control over your usage.

Whew, that is a relief.

Are you addicted to the Internet?

Mr. Wright, out!

Posted by Christopher at 06:22 PM

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February 11, 2003
Curvatious, Mmmm

What type of font am I?

test yourself at!

Link via Bene

I'm going to try and remember one funny, wacky, meaningful, or just strange quote from my students everyday so I can post. The hard part is not getting the funny, wacky, meaningful, or just strange quote, its remembering that funny, wacky, meaningful, or just strange quotes to put them in my blog. Now for the my first quote from today after art class:

"Mr. Wright, I don't know what I drew, can you tell?"

Mr. Wright, out!

Posted by Christopher at 10:02 PM

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February 09, 2003
Beware of Dog

cartoon dog are you?

Brought to you by the good folks at

Mr. Wright, out!

Posted by Christopher at 09:04 PM

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February 02, 2003
Discover Your Type

No it's not a dating service, it's another personality test (use this link instead of the one below, it is less confusing, scroll down to take the test). Here are my results:

free enneagram test

Basic Fear: Of being worthless
Basic Desire: To feel valuable and worthwhile
Enneagram Three with a Two-Wing: "The Charmer"
Enneagram Three with a Four-Wing: "The Professional"

Healthy: Self-assured, energetic, and competent with high self-esteem: they believe in themselves and their own value. Adaptable, desirable, charming, and gracious. / Ambitious to improve themselves, to be "the best they can be" often become outstanding, a human ideal, embodying widely admired cultural qualities. Highly effective: others are motivated to be like them in some positive way. At Their Best: Self-accepting, inner-directed, and authentic, everything they seem to be. Modest and charitable, self-deprecatory humor and a fullness of heart emerge. Gentle and benevolent.

Average: Highly concerned with their performance, doing their job well, constantly driving self to achieve goals as if self-worth depends on it. Terrified of failure. Compare self with others in search for status and success. Become careerists, social climbers, invested in exclusivity and being the "best." / Become image-conscious, highly concerned with how they are perceived. Begin to package themselves according to the expectations of others and what they need to do to be successful. Pragmatic and efficient, but also premeditated, losing touch with their own feelings beneath a smooth facade. Problems with intimacy, credibility, and "phoniness" emerge. / Want to impress others with their superiority: constantly promoting themselves, making themselves sound better than they really are. Narcissistic, with grandiose, inflated notions about themselves and their talents. Exhibitionistic and seductive, as if saying "Look at me!" Arrogance and contempt for others is a defense against feeling jealous of others and their success.

Unhealthy: Fearing failure and humiliation, they can be exploitative and opportunistic, covetous of the success of others, and willing to do "whatever it takes" to preserve the illusion of their superiority. / Devious and deceptive so that their mistakes and wrongdoings will not be exposed. Untrustworthy, maliciously betraying or sabotaging people to triumph over them. Delusionally jealous of others / Become vindictive, attempting to ruin others' happiness. Relentless, obsessive about destroying whatever reminds them of their own shortcomings and failures. Psychopathic, murder.

Key Motivations: Want to be affirmed, to distinguish themselves from others, to have attention, to be admired, and to impress others.

Examples: Bill Clinton (OH NO!), Oprah Winfrey (KILL ME), Jane Pauley, Michael Landon, Tony Robbins, Tom Cruise, Barbra Streisand, Sharon Stone, Madonna, Shirley MacLaine, Sting, Paul McCartney, Dick Clark, Whitney Houston, Ted Danson, Micheal Jordan, Shania Twain, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarznegger, Billy Dee Williams, Kathy Lee Gifford, Truman Capote, and O.J. Simpson (GREAT!).

I also scored a 6 on Types 6 and 9

The last test was better, I must say.

What about you? (Then I can see how our relationship best works.)

Mr. Wright, out!

Posted by Christopher at 12:05 AM

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January 31, 2003

Like Kevin, I enjoy personality tests, so I took this one that he suggested.

Here are the results:



General Description
As a Supporter, you naturally thrive when given the opportunity to help, encourage, or cooperate with others. You make loyal friends and employees and gain fulfillment by helping make others successful.

Typical Areas of Strength
Supporters, like you, typically are excellent team players, at home or at work, due to your desire to cooperate, help others, listen, be patient, loyal, steady, and support the efforts of those in charge.

Typical Areas of Struggle
You may sometimes undermine your effectiveness by compromising too much, vacillating on important decisions, being too passive, resisting change, or compromising quality to protect the feelings of others.

Your Preferred Activities
Because you work at a steady pace, you demonstrate an excellent ability to follow through on projects. You cooperate well with others in order to complete activities.

Your Communication Style
You communicate best by using your superior relational and listening skills to convey care and compassion to people in need.

This is actually pretty accurate, especially the Typical Areas of Struggle, it is almost frightening.

What kind of personality do you have?

Mr. Wright, out!

Posted by Christopher at 07:27 PM

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January 29, 2003
But I Wanted to Be MacOS X

Which OS are You?
Which OS are You?

Posted by Christopher at 04:34 PM

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January 28, 2003
The Sorting Hat

Mmmm, let me see. Which house...?

i'm in gryffindor!

be sorted

Basically, you're brave, daring, chivalrous, and pretty much.. an all around good person. Of course, some see you as a goodie-two-shoes. But hey, it's true! You're really good at winning, and normally always come out as the hero. Everybody likes you.. except, maybe, the Slytherins. You're too perfect. No, really.. You're too perfect. It's annoying to watch you win, repeatedly. Oh well. Be proud anyway.

Gryffindors to Remember:

Harry Potter (the boy who lived..)

Ron Weasley (red hair, vacant expression.. we love weasleys!)

The whole Weasley family!

Hermione Granger (you annoy me.. you know too much)

Albus Dumbledore (yeah yeah.. we all know this)

This quiz agrees...

where do you belong?

Founder: Godric Gryffindor
Colours: Scarlet & Gold
Ghost: Nearly Headless Nick
Head of House: Professor McGonagall
Entrance: The Fat Lady
House Animal: Lion
Characteristics: Brave, Courageous and Daring

What house are you in?

Check this fun website: Googlefight. Put two opposing keywords and watch the fight. The winner is the keyword with the most results.

Here are some fights I started with the winner of the fight:

X-Box vs. GameCube - GameCube

Mr. Wright vs. Mr. Wrong - Mr. Wrong

apple vs. orange - apple

Steve Jobs vs. Bill Gates - Steve Jobs

Buffy vs. Alias - Alias

green vs. black - black

Mr. Wright, out!

Posted by Christopher at 08:45 PM

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December 26, 2002
Personality Quiz

Brainbench Personality Assessment - Evaluation Report


Trait |<--|---|---|---- Range ----|---|---|--->| Trait
Introverted |......X.................................| Extraverted
Candid |..................X.....................| Considerate
Impulsive |..............X.........................| Cautious
Excitable |..............X.........................| Relaxed
Practical |......X.................................| Imaginative
Concrete |......................X.................| Abstract
|<--|---|---|---- Range ----|---|---|--->|

Your Social Boldness: Introverted VS Extraverted
You are quite introverted. Socially, you prefer a more
relaxed, low-key environment, rather than the hustle and
bustle of a wild night in the city. You tend not to talk a
lot, but when you do people listen, because when you say
something it has meaning. You are not seeking the
limelight, usually you prefer to let the attention-mongers
do their thing while you observe. In an unfamiliar setting,
you tend to be cautious and shy while you evaluate the
circumstances. You prefer to avoid conflict, so you do not
put yourself into a threatening situation. Your shyness may
be perceived as unfriendly, but that could not be further
from the truth. People need to be patient with you and take
the time to get to know the complex, private you.

Your Agreeableness: Candid VS Considerate
You are slightly candid. Social harmony is important to
you, as is evidenced by your cooperative, generous, and
helpful nature. If someone asks you what you want to do,
you may reply, "whatever you want". That is not because you
are indecisive, rather you genuinely want the other person
to be happy, and so whatever they want to do is fine with
you. In general, you are straightforward and sincere with
others, which makes you very likeable. People always know
where you stand. You regard others positively - you trust
people and feel they are honest, so you have no problem
responding in kind. No one will accuse you of being
arrogant. Your self-esteem is just fine, but you do not
think you are better than anyone else. Your desire to help
others is seen in your altruistic nature. You enjoy helping
others and you do not expect anything in return.

Your Self-Control: Impulsive VS Cautious
You are moderately impulsive. At times you can be
impulsive, but not to the point where you are jeopardizing
work or relationships. You know when to follow rules, but
you also know when to bend rules that are not set in stone.
If your home or work space gets a little messy, you do not
get upset or feel compelled to tidy up. You do not have to
have perfect order in your life to feel good about yourself
or your environment. You tend to be more on the fun side of
spontaneity, and enjoy being flexible with your plans and
your life. In general, you prefer to make short-term goals
rather than long-term goals.

Your Anxiety Level: Excitable VS Relaxed
You are moderately excitable. In trying situations, you
feel somewhat stressed and frustrated. At times you are
able to overcome these feelings, but other times you feel
overwhelmed. This could run the gamut of just being in a
bad mood to experiencing anxiety, anger, or depression. In
general, you prefer a stress-free existence, so that the
possibility of negative emotions would not be a factor. You
tend to be somewhat self-conscious in social situations,
and are worried that people may judge or criticize you. You
may react emotionally to people or circumstances that you
find threatening, because you want to protect yourself.
Every so often you cave into urges or cravings. Sometimes
you feel a little guilty about it, other times you are just
fine with your fun streak.

Your Openness to Change: Practical VS Imaginative
You are quite practical. You want just the facts - keep it
plain and simple. You are practical, pragmatic and well
grounded. You have no time for carelessness and
impracticality. You prefer to keep your emotions to
yourself, rather than exposing your feelings to the world.
Life moves along much better for you when you can maintain
a schedule and have routine in your life. Unexpected
surprises and chaos are a major inconvenience to you. You
tend to be conservative and are somewhat resistant to
change. Others respect your ability to act properly in your
everyday life.

The way you Think/Reason: Concrete VS Abstract
You are slightly abstract in your thinking. Your thinking
is neither simple nor complex, to others you appear to be a
well-educated person but not an intellectual. You tend to
be intellectually curious and have the uncanny abilities to
distinguish imaginative, creative people from
down-to-earth, conventional people.


Investigative people prefer to think rather than to act or
to organize and understand. They are not apt to be too
"people oriented." The I type generally likes to explore
and understand things or events. They enjoy gathering
information, uncovering new facts or theories and analyzing
and interpreting data. The I type usually has math and
science abilities, and likes to work alone and to solve
problems. They generally avoid leading, selling or
persuading people. They see themselves as precise,
scientific, and intellectual.

The adjectives most typically associated with the
Investigative occupational category are:

Site from Clarity Admidst the Chaos.

Tell me about your results in the comments.

I have added a couple more blogs to my blogroll. Check them out.

Mr. Wright, out!

Posted by Christopher at 12:06 PM

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December 19, 2002




If I were a character in The Lord