What Classic Movie Are You?
personality tests by similarminds.com
I don't run drugs. I don't run prostitutes. I don't run extortion rings. I don't, I don't, I don't. I'm a nice girl, I am! So I think to myself, I'm going to take the "What kind of leader am I" test and feel better about myself. Margaret Thatcher, Ronald Reagan, Abraham Lincoln, oooh, oooh, ooh, George Washington. Huh? That would be me, right? NOT!
No, I'm not going to post who I ended up as, I'll just say he met a very satisfactory end. So my conclusion? These tests are totally crazy. This website also wanted me to take a personality test (what am I crazy?) -- a test to find out if I'm gay (pretty sure I'm not!) -- and a test to find out what my career personality is -- I think NOT!
Okay, maybe I'd like to kick some butt in Washington D.C., head over to the Middle East and pat our soldiers on the back and tell them "job well done," and find the people holding up my business deals and help them see the light . . . but I'd do it with a smile on my face and some love in my heart. Right?
I feel the need for a text I receive from a friend most often. It always seems to come at the time when I need it the most. That is something that is truly amazing. It is always very simple . . . You are loved. Never forget. So, I found this song, You Are Loved, by Josh Groban and had to share.
Just a thought. But when you receive the idea that you should call, text or email a friend, do it. You will never know the difference that it could make. Okay, now I feel better.
Is Hillary gone from this page yet? I'll add just a little more and maybe she'll be gone and the columns will be balanced. Cross your fingers for my fevered brain.
|In 1963 (the year you were born)|
Lyndon B. Johnson becomes president of the US
The atomic powered submarine, Thresher, sinks in the North Atlantic killing 129
A civil rights rally held by 200,000 blacks and whites, features Dr. Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech
President John F. Kennedy is assassinated as he rides in a motorcade through downtown Dallas
Betty Friedan publishes The Feminine Mystique, launching a middle-class feminist movement
Michael Jordan, Quentin Tarantino, Conan O'Brien, Johnny Depp, and Brad Pitt are born
Los Angeles Dodgers win the World Series
Chicago Bears win the NFL championship
Toronto Maple Leafs win the Stanley Cup
The Beatles receive their first #1 hit single, when "Please Please Me" tops the charts in the UK
Astroboy (known as Mighty Atom in Japanese) Japan's first ever anime was launched
NBC expands its evening network news program to 30 minutes
The television remote control is authorized by the FCC