When people brag about their successes, you figure that they're exaggerating or leaving something out - everyone does this, including me. Dunno why we do but we just do. We cut a little from the bottom of our failures and sprinkle that on top of our successes to make us feel better I guess.
You put zero stock in astrology - this should be obvious, hope everyone checked this box!
You don't trust any politicians - I don't trust most politicians.
In your opinion, all news is biased - people are biased, the news is conjured and reported by people, therefore all news is biased. EZPZ
You think that virtually all the money you pay in taxes will be wasted - We wouldn't need taxes if American government had proper bankroll management. Let us all stop giving money to the degenerate who's putting it all on red.
32%. I'm fully on board with my irrationality, so I wasn't sure how to respond to certain questions. I'm fully aware horoscopes are bullshit (for one thing, they're obviously not even done using the traditional method, not that this would really increase their chances of not being complete bullshit), but I do take some irrational comfort in the sense of control of my own life they give me. So do I put zero stock in them, or not?
Also, when they ask me if if trust any politician... well, I trust some of them, in the sense that a honest politician is one who *stays* bought. Does that mean I *really* trust them? I mean, that's kinda like saying I 'trust' things to fall on my head if I walk under a ladder, y'know?
I hated the test, it was far too black and white, and extreme -- enough that even if I "generally agreed" with the statement, i could not pick it because I felt like it was too extreme.
The test told me I was a realist, and that's about right. I'm someone who expects things to pan out a certain way, I feel like I truly "know the score" about things; but I maintain hope for more and strive for more and haven't yet become cynical.