Mr. Film and Television Rights has not been writing as much as he would like as of late. There are a few reasons behind this: 1) I'm trying to finish something--it could be a house-painting job, a collection of hand-blown glass, or perhaps a screenplay, but whatever it is, when I'm finished with it I'll feel less guilty writing other things; 2) My interweb computer died--it thankfully went in it's sleep and did not suffer; 3) I owe my grandmother a card and letter--so I've put everything off until I send one; 4) TV is good people; 5) Friendster; 6) A summertime thirst for alcohol; 7) I don't know what I'm doing.
In the interim, while I address all these things, I've transcribed a heap of marketing material left on the photocopier my office makes me sit on top off. The material and correspondence revolves around a newly-made personality exam by a psychology testing company. I fear a heap of trouble for posting it, but the lawyers at happyrobot have assured me if it's for educational purposes only, it's not a problem. I'll divide it up piece by piece. It starts with the exam. Please feel free to take it--although I doubt you'd get your score unless you paid them a huge sum of money.