According to Humanforsale.com I am worth $1,422,634.00
Of course they also think I’mÂ more intelligent than 62.59% of the population.
I would have posted their official results here, but I didn’t feel like figuring out why their code wasn’t working.
17 thoughts on “Human For Sale”
That is really weird.
Cindra — What is wierd, that I’m worth over a million dollars, or that they think I am smarter than half the population?
They say I’m worth 2.48 million, but I consider that an opening bid. 😀
That’s why it isn’t 70.
I think I was in the low five-digits. And flattered.
Both. Not YOU specifically, but that some website puts values on you. It’s weird. That’s all. We know you are priceless anyway.
Wow. I figure I am worth about $1.25 after taxes.
Brig — careful, you’re depreciating with each tick of the clock.
Doug — pft. You are invaluable to your fans.
Cindra — they base all of their statistics on actuary tables.
Dr. John — a man is automatically worth $25,000 no matter his age. Your taxes must be high!
I’m worth about $1,430,864
I’ve added an installment to my New Blog, go have a look see when you can.
I’m smarter than 89.51% of the population. That’s pretty cool since I had to make educated guesses on all the US-centric questions. I wouldn’t even know where Seattle is, if it wasn’t for “Sleepless in Seattle” and their little map showing where the characters were flying.
And I’m worth $1,544,046. I probably would be worth more if I knew how to convert my Aussie GPA to the US equivalent.
This was a bizarre little experiment. At least I got an ego boost from the “intelligence test”.
QD, the way you write, I would have assumed you’d be considered more intelligent that your results imply.
Ha! Doing a rough conversion of my equivalent scores for SAT and GPA, brings me up to $2,276,446. Woohoo!
Bill — might not be by the new place until tomorrow. I have a tone of grading to do tonight and report cards to complete.
Mumma — I took the intelligence test really fast and knew about the time I clicked the button that I had marked two answers wrong. In college I tested in the 99th percentile, and I am relatively certain that 36.41% of the population doesn’t (or it wouldn’t be called the 99th percentile…).
One reason my price is so low, is because I am under educated.
^^than, not that. Stupid typos.
Aha! So I was right in assuming it was not an accurate representation of your actual intelligence.
Intelligence tests are all culturally biased anyway. At least that one had some elements of fun to it. I noticed a few trick questions in there.
By the way, good luck with your report cards. That’s always one of the most time consuming tasks in teaching.
Aw, Quilly, you are priceless, you know that!
Mumma — some days I am dumber than rocks. Other days I am truly brilliant.
Jackie — my family has to say that (and they are the only ones who did).
Dang! I was only worth $1,150,016!!! But… I scored 24/25 on the How-Dumb-Am-I test! That made ME more intelligent than 97.83 percent of the population — and that scares the HECK out of me!!!
Melli — that’s too funny! Most of the stuff they were asking a high schooler could answer. What is it you teach again?
HIGH SCHOOL!!! 😉
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