Tuesday, August 31, 2010

OK now this is my kinda quiz!

(Note from Katie:  the Don and Mike show is now defunct, but check out the Don Geronimo Show.)

And the three-space graph of the various types of humor? Man, isn't it great to have taken multi-variable calculus? I mean sure, everybody can appreciate that graph, but Math 53 will give you just a bit more enjoyment for your money.

the Shock Jock

(52% dark, 60% spontaneous, 50% vulgar)

your humor style:

Your sense of humor is off-the-cuff and kind of gross. Is it is also
sinister, cynical, and vaguely threatening to the purer folks of this
world, and you probably get off on that. You would cut a greasy fart,
then blame it on your mom, and then just shrug when someone pointed out
that she's dead.

Yours is hands-down the most outrageous sense of humor; you
like things
trangressive and hardcore. It's highly likely (a) you have no limits
(b) you have no scruples and (c) you have no job. Ironically, it's your
type of humor that can make the biggest bucks in show business.

PEOPLE LIKE YOU: Don & Mike - Adam Sandler - Roseanne Barr

My test tracked 3 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 41% on dark
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You scored higher than 99% on spontaneous
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You scored higher than 88% on vulgar
Link: The 3 Variable Funny Test written by jason_bateman on Ok Cupid
It originally said that I was like Howard Stern, but really he's just an unfunny, less original version of D&M. He's kind of a cross between D&M and Tom Leykis, probably.

The nice thing about D&M is that they keep their stuff fresh and you don't hear the same things over and over. If you listen to Tom Leykis, he's either repeating himself for 15 minutes straight to talk up a subject in the hopes of scaring up new idiots who call his show and say the same things, or he's taking calls which say the exact same thing they said 3 years ago and will probably be saying 3 years from now. Needless to say, the shelf-life for any one listener of Tom Leykis is about three years. If you're lucky, the talk station in Seattle is playing the D&M Show right before the Leykis show, so you have something else to try out.

Unlike many other unqualified opinions out there, I'm actually able to qualify mine.

Katie Greene, Vice President of Public Relations, Expresso Parking

ps- quiz and subsequent post courtesy of caltechgirl


  1. Nice!

  2. Awesome! Gotta get some people this link. They'd enjoy (and argue over) it!

  3. I fell in love with this post...I lost. Here's my support.

  4. My opinions are also very unqualified.