I just took another one of those tests that float around — this one is called the Social Attitude Test.

This test is adapted from Hans Eysenck’s own political inventory which was developed after extensive empirical investigations in the 20th Century.

Some of the questions were so loaded with assumptions that there was no way for me to accurately answer them, which is typical of these tests.

My profile:

Progressivism 57.5
Socialism 12.5
Tenderness 37.5

Your test scores indicate that you are a tough-minded cultural centrist; this is the political profile one might associate with a jaded materialist. It appears that you are skeptical towards religion, and have a pragmatic attitude towards humanity in general.

Your attitudes towards economics appear laissez-faire capitalist, and combined with your social attitudes this creates the picture of someone who would generally be described as an anarchist.*

To round out the picture you appear to be, political preference aside, a uncompromising principled centrist with few strong convictions.

Easy for them to say.

To illustrate my convictions, why, I will publish for the world to see some highly concentrated knowledge I found lying on the icy street this morning while walking my dog.

And here’s the reverse side:

Go figure. I suspect someone was cramming, and lost his notes on the ice.

* Funny, I’m not an anarchist at all. I just loathe government and absolutely hate people who want to tell others (I mean people other than their own children)¬†what to do. But then, I also loathe most Republicans and vote for them anyway, because the Democrats want to tell a lot more people a lot more about what to do. I recognize there some evils are necessary, if only to stop other evils which are worse.