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By way of fox_c. No, it's not the "post a picture of yourself right now" meme; I'm a bit behind on my LJ...

Your result for Reincarnation Placement Exam...

Reclusive Artist

51% Intrigue, 59% Civilization, 40% Humanity, 40% Urbanization.

We think we've found a place for you.

Your answers indicate that you're very fond of the fruits of civilization... for example, education and technology. But, in some twist of irony, you're not too fond of the pressures of civilization... you know, human beings and crowds and working together. We found you a place where you could enjoy an erudite existence, live a life that's intriguing and not entirely secure -- but far from the madding crowd.

Removed from civilization and humanity, yet educated and sophisticated, you'll make the perfect reclusive artist... An eccentric that produces irresistibly attractive masterpieces. Your art will make people swoon, and yet you will despise your audience. Your audience will probably dislike you as well, though they will go on admiring your work. So it all balances out, and your patrons will leave you alone to shape beauty in the wild, dangerous parts of the world where people won't pester you so much. Probably, you will write under a pseudonym, and mutter a lot when a rare admirer comes calling. If you feel really adventurous, you can pursue the role of a political dissident.

As you age, you will grow into the role of an incorrigible curmudgeon.

You artists, you're all the same.

Take Reincarnation Placement Exam at HelloQuizzy

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Heh. I guess your questions tended to favour more work and less play than mine.

The work questions were the hardest for me; I answered them as if "work" meant "work at your current job" rather than "work as you'd ideally like it to be". I think I'd happily work 12-hour days on the Enterprise; they all seem to enjoy their jobs...

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