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I'm reading a new roleplaying game called ICONS. It uses random generation of superpowers (if so desired) and I got the urge to roll for powers. I don't have my dice at work and...
Well to cut it short I found this QuickKwiz link and generated super powers for my game group. It was a slow lunchtime.

Powers beyond mortal ken lie within... )
Mood:: MIGHTY
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 11:25am on 24/09/2009 under , ,
Yes, Cluedo. [personal profile] irishkate mentioned that she'd never played it and my wife took it upon herself to correct this terrible gap in IK's childhood memories. We played Cludeo. I won and I was the murderer too. There's definitely something in the water at Cluedo Mansion.
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 09:14am on 17/07/2009 under , , ,
XKCD has chat logs, apparently. This one scores 2.3979 on the (ln) math geek scale.
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 10:37am on 22/05/2009 under , ,
Myles Keeps Going and Going and Going
That pretty much sums you up!
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 11:00pm on 04/11/2008 under , ,


There Are 0 Gaps in Your Knowledge



Where you have gaps in your knowledge:



No Gaps!



Where you don't have gaps in your knowledge:



Philosophy

Religion

Economics

Literature

History

Science

Art

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Hardly a surprise. Now I can reinact "The African Queen" all by myself. Where'd I leave my gin and malaria tablets?

Your result for The Classic Dames Test...

Katharine Hepburn

You scored 10% grit, 48% wit, 38% flair, and 14% class!

You are the fabulously quirky and independent woman of character. You go your own way, follow your own drummer, take your own lead. You stand head and shoulders next to your partner, but you are perfectly willing and able to stand alone. Others might be more classically beautiful or conventionally woman-like, but you possess a more fundamental common sense and off-kilter charm, making interesting men fall at your feet. You can pick them up or leave them there as you see fit. You share the screen with the likes of Spencer Tracy and Cary Grant, thinking men who like strong women.
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Blame [livejournal.com profile] daftnewt, or should I say Jimmy Stewart.

Your result for The Classic Leading Man Test...

Humphrey Bogart

You scored 29% Tough, 24% Roguish, 29% Friendly, and 19% Charming!

You're the original man of honour, rough and tough but willing to stick your neck out when you need to, despite what you might say to the contrary. You're a complex character full of spit and vinegar, but with a soft heart and a tender streak that you try to hide. There's usually a complicated dame in the picture, someone who sees the real you behind all the tough talk and can dish it out as well as you can. You're not easy to get next to, but when you find the right partner, you're caring and loyal to a fault. A big fault. But you take it on the chin and move on, nursing your pain inside and maintaining your armour...until the next dame walks in. Or possibly the same dame, and of all the gin joints in all the world, it had to be yours. Co-stars include Ingrid Bergman and Lauren Bacall, hot chicks with problems.


Find out what kind of classic dame you'd make by taking the
Classic Dames Test.

Take The Classic Leading Man Test at HelloQuizzy

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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 08:05am on 26/10/2008 under , ,
is lazy, primarily. This quiz thinks otherwise.

cut for length )

Irritatingly the quiz (as with so many) doesn't make it easy to find out what the other results might mean. Luckily I went here instead and got the dope. I'm not sure why I show up as Verbal when I scored as high in Naturalistic intelligence (and higher than most unlike the Verbal result). I'm not sure I believe in Naturalistic intelligence, however, so perhaps it's for the best.
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 02:18pm on 20/10/2008 under , ,

Your result for The Doctor Who Companion Test...

Captain Jack

You are Captain Jack - handsome, charming and always in the right place. The girls (and boys!) just can't seem to get enough of you. The Doctor can't get enough of you either, as you always seem to turn up just when the time is right. You've taken and dished a few beatings, stayed until the bitter end, and always manage to get out of trouble when it suits you. It's almost like you have a knack for being in the right place at the right time.

Still, you've made some stupid decisions in your time, and The Doctor isn't likely to let you forget them. In fact, despite your worldliness and age, you still can't seem to keep up with The Doctor as fast as some of his other companions. Maybe it just wasn't meant to be.

Take The Doctor Who Companion Test at HelloQuizzy



Well, I can live that. Where'd I leave my trenchcoat?
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Huh? )
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Courtesy of [livejournal.com profile] jkahane.

Your result for The Time Travel Test...

The Prototype

29% Practicality, 57% Mutability, 0% NaziLoving Wuss, 85% Woowoo?

Your time machine is the Prototype.



You don't know how it works. You barely even think you know what it does. You haven't the faintest clue how to operate it. But you're going to have fun finding out! For you, time travel is all about experimentation. Paradoxes aren't dangers to watch out for: they're challenges! And you're up to that challenge. So what if you wipe out a few universes on your quest for knowledge? You can't make a time-omelet without breaking a few time-eggs!



You can comment on this test at The Time Travel Test thread.

Take The Time Travel Test at HelloQuizzy



Now, where did I leave my copy of Chrononauts?
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 12:37pm on 08/03/2008 under , ,
that I could both type faster and remember more.

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I was annoyed that I wasted so much time (twice!) trying to figure out what it wanted for the USA and then the UK. The Scots will be pissed off too.
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 12:19pm on 08/03/2008 under , ,
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 09:50am on 14/07/2007 under , , ,
Prompted by [livejournal.com profile] sammywol's recent post wherein she has a personality type even rarer than mine. Potted summary: goofy, imaginative, relaxed, and brilliant. [polishes fingernails]

Cut, fold, spindle, mutilate... )
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 09:11pm on 23/04/2007 under , ,
I've just come downstairs from getting Rowan off to bed and Sam's watching with a sort of hypnotised fascination a show called 'Hair Wars'. It's about international level hair dressing competitions. "These people take this seriously. They're the elite of hairdressing. They're like the SAS of hairdressers."

Wow.
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 11:50am on 27/03/2007 under , ,
Lifted from [livejournal.com profile] mizkit, a meme wherein you draw a picture and are told nice things about yourself. Well, nice things if you're an artistic genius like [livejournal.com profile] mizkit and myself.

drawing personality

What does your drawing say about YOU?

The results of your analysis say:

You tend to pursue many different activities simultaneously. When misfortune does happen, it doesn't actually dishearten you all that much.
You are a thoughtful and cautious person. You like to think about your method, seeking to pursue your goal in the most effective way.
You are creative, mentally active and industrious.
You have a sunny, cheerful disposition.

Yay me. For the curious, some of the short things with curly tops are flowers, some are children. Do not pick the flowers.
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 04:49pm on 08/03/2007 under , ,
On my good days, I'm told I have a resemblance to General Zod.



Obvious, innit?

Got your own seal?

Thanks to Accent Monkey for the pointer, and the Official Seal Generator for the pic.
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 02:13pm on 07/02/2007 under ,
Following yesterday's shocking revelation this quiz is sort of a follow-up.
Ta-da! )
Music:: Mauve - A La Vie, A La Mort
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 02:31pm on 06/02/2007 under ,
Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] sammywol. I had to truncate my LJ name to get it to work. Clearly I'm too much man for the poor thing to handle.
and behind the bedroom door... )
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 05:24pm on 27/01/2007 under , ,
or pretty picture? Hey, it's a meme/quiz/thing.


Get your own spectral analysis from Area 23®
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My Peculiar Aristocratic Title is:
Most Noble and Honourable Myles the Mad of Throcking in the Hole
Get your Peculiar Aristocratic Title


Well, that about says it all really.
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 02:17pm on 06/10/2006 under , , ,
Name 12 characters you have played in RPGs, before looking at the questions that follow. List your characters numbered 1 to 12, with the name of the RPG you played them in. Once you've picked your 12 characters, look at the questions and answer accordingly. (No peeking until you've picked your characters!) Put your answers behind a LJ-cut.

Well, I'm almost always a GM and not a player, so I've had to resort to some popular (or most hated) NPCs from the past. Here's the characters:


  1. Cerebro Masivo, Spain's Greatest Brain!

  2. Morgan le Fay, Arthur's half-sister sorceress

  3. Sir Francis Walsingham, head of Elizabeth I's spy network

  4. Sagramore le Desirous, a doughty knight of the Round Table

  5. Reverend Bastian Joshua Mulliner, vicar and hopeless romantic from Blandings Castle

  6. Morgenstern, son of Julian of Amber

  7. Gabriella the Striga, Italian witch

  8. Valdamar the Issaries Tracker

  9. Andrew Thomas, Welsh telepath

  10. Magdalen Crow of the Sewerworkers' Guild

  11. Baron Malborne, nemesis to the Fellowship of the Silver Rose

  12. Earl Robert of Salisbury, Arthurian buffer



And here's the cut. )
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 10:59pm on 05/09/2006 under , ,
It's that interests icons meme! )

Some bloody odd choices there, and that's after I got rid of the All Anal Movies icon for the 'Movies' interest.
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Another day, another quiz.

Secret Identity revealed behind the cut... )
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 01:49pm on 05/08/2006 under , ,
You Are a Centaur

In general, you are a very cautious and reserved person.
However, you are also warm hearted, and you enjoy helping others in practical ways.
You are a great teacher, and you are really good at helping people get their lives in order.
You are very intuitive, and you go with your gut. You make good decisions easily.


Just be careful not to accept any blood-stained cloaks from me for Christmas.
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 01:01pm on 05/07/2006 under , ,
Music:: Imogen Heap - Hide & Seek
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 09:29pm on 15/05/2006 under , ,
Star Wars character quiz. Guess who I am? enter hyperspace )
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Trek character quiz. Try and guess first, then make it so. )</lj-cut?
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 08:26pm on 07/03/2006 under , ,
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 11:27am on 07/02/2006 under ,
<td align="center"> myles --
[noun]:

A person with a taste for acorns

'How will you be defined in the dictionary?' at QuizGalaxy.com</td>


This is pleasing to my squirrely side.
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 04:27pm on 16/12/2005 under ,
Steer for the heart of the meme! )

Theory slut, moi? Well, I lie on quizzes like one.
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 01:48pm on 12/12/2005 under , ,
I wouldn't usually bother with this sort of meme as it's entirely random but I liked that it got the Insane Stowaway/Spouse right. As spouse of course, [livejournal.com profile] sammywol. There'll be no insane stowing away in our ship, I'll tell you. I'm also somewhat relieved that our crimeboss nemesis is [livejournal.com profile] alaimacerc. That's certainly increases our survivability.

My Serenity Crew by ellydragon
Username
Aboard the good ship
Sweet but Stuffy Medicagrumer
First Mate & War Buddybruceb
Wacky Pilotjhkimrpg
Mysterious Shepherdpurpletigron
"Public Relations"robin_d_laws
Charming Companionfjm
Whimsical in the Brainpanprinceofcairo
Adorable Mechanicwhytcrow
Crimeboss Nemesisalaimacerc
Insane Stowaway/Spousesammywol
Quiz created with MemeGen!
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 10:38am on 05/12/2005 under , , ,
Stolen from absolutely everyone:

Reply to this post, and I'll tell you one or a lot of reasons why I like/love/adore you. I mean, everyone needs an ego boost around this time of year, right?

Fail to reply to this post and I'll think bad things about you. Possibly.
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 04:39pm on 17/11/2005 under ,
I found out the truth here.
My past life )

Now I can trust the universe. I suppose it was only joking about the parking at lunchtime today then.
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 10:43am on 06/10/2005 under , ,
Lifted from [livejournal.com profile] agrumer the "needs" meme. Plug "your_first_name needs" into Google and grab the first ten results. Post and wonder.

  1. Myles needs a blood transfusion

  2. Myles needs a Turkey to set a precedent.

  3. Myles needs "t*ts and ass" in his film. ...

  4. Myles needs a little work on his technique, but most of all, he needs to become meaner.

  5. Myles needs now is a cast and some advice.

  6. Myles needs Sally, but Sally is dubious

  7. Myles needs a bodyguard to protect himself from us rage-filled belly-achers, right?

  8. [What] Myles needs to work on begins in his own mind.

  9. Myles needs to be more involved, Matta said.

  10. Myles needs to start telling the truth.


I wonder how you set a precedent with a Turkey?
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 12:20pm on 29/09/2005 under , ,
Halloween amongst friends )
I seem to get a lot of chewing/bubble gum. Oh my aching jaws.
Music:: Bloc Party - This Modern Love
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 11:01am on 18/09/2005 under , ,
Remarkably accurate. Arr! 'Tis no coincidence that I was married on Talk Like A Pirate day. (Anniversary tomorrow/Monday for those who aren't tracking the date.)



My pirate name is:


Mad James Bonney



Every pirate is a little bit crazy. You, though, are more than just a little bit. You can be a little bit unpredictable, but a pirate's life is far from full of certainties, so that fits in pretty well. Arr!

Get your own pirate name from fidius.org.
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posted by [personal profile] mylescorcoran at 09:04pm on 11/09/2005 under , ,
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Which Great Old One are you?

More quizzery )

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