Be wise. Be brave. Be tricky. (slithytove) wrote,
Be wise. Be brave. Be tricky.

The Fall 2003 Presidential Candidate Selector.

My *cough* results:

1.  Your ideal theoretical candidate.   (100%)  Click here for info
2.  Libertarian Candidate   (69%)  Click here for info
3.  Bush, President George W. - Republican   (67%)  Click here for info
4.  Edwards, Senator John, NC - Democrat   (45%)  Click here for info
5.  Kerry, Senator John, MA - Democrat   (42%)  Click here for info
6.  Dean, Gov. Howard, VT - Democrat   (37%)  Click here for info
7.  Gephardt, Rep. Dick, MO - Democrat   (37%)  Click here for info
8.  Sharpton, Reverend Al - Democrat   (34%)  Click here for info
9.  Kucinich, Rep. Dennis, OH - Democrat   (33%)  Click here for info
10.  Green Party Candidate   (33%)  Click here for info
11.  Socialist Candidate   (29%)  Click here for info
12.  Lieberman, Senator Joe, CT - Democrat   (24%)  Click here for info
13.  Phillips, Howard - Constitution   (23%)  Click here for info
14.  Clark, Retired General Wesley K., AR - Democrat   (21%)  Click here for info
15.  LaRouche, Lyndon H. Jr. - Democrat   (19%)  Click here for info
16.  Moseley-Braun, Former Senator Carol, IL - Democrat   (15%)  Click here for info
17.  Hagelin, Dr. John - Natural Law   (14%)  Click here for info

via A Voyage to Arcturus.

As Jay Manifold, AVtA's owner says, this is what you get when you try to map libertarian views onto a conventional left/right axis. Not a great fit. And I suspect Bush would have scored lower if the test had taken into account the huge amount of pork barrel he's doling out (with the eager assistance of Congressional Democrats, let it be known).

I'm relieved the crazies scored low, and shocked that Edwards scored so high. Edwards?!? The man's a trial lawyer. I must have missed the question that asked, "Would you prefer to be governed by a trial lawyer, or by a race of gigantic lizards with a taste for human flesh?"


meaning: go, gone, past

往復 == oufuku == roundtrip
往事 == ouji == past events

The left radical is 'movement', right radical is 'master' (主). Henshall suggests as a mnemonic: 'Masters goes off.'

Stroke order from Josh's Chinese Lookup Thingy (animated)
Stroke order from Taka Kanji Database
Other info from Taka Kanji Database

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