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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Promise Keepers - Are you a real man?  (fwd:)

>Subject: Promise Keepers - Are you a real man?
>We journalist sometimes do produce some funnies, as this is no exception, but
>I take no credit.  With our media friends going overboard on the Promise
>Keepers, I find this as funny and as serious as can be.
>Nick Ashton
>>From the Outside Looking In.....
><A HREF="http://www.americanagenda.com">The American Agenda</A>
>~~~  Are You a Man?  ~~~
>Take This Scientific Quiz to Determine Your Maleness Quotient
>1. Alien beings from a highly advanced society visit the Earth, and
>   you are the first human they encounter. As a token of intergalactic
>   friendship, they present you with a small but incredibly sophisti-
>   cated device that is capable of curing all disease, providing an
>   infinite supply of clean energy, wiping out hunger and poverty, and
>   permanently eliminating oppression and violence all over the entire
>   Earth. You decide to:
>     a. Present it to the president of the United States.
>     b. Present it to the secretary general of the United Nations.
>     c. Take it apart.
>2. As you grow older, what lost quality of your youthful life do you
>   miss the most?
>     a. Innocence.
>     b. Idealism.
>     c. Cherry bombs.
>3. When is it okay to kiss another male?
>     a. When you wish to display simple and pure affection without
>        regard for narrow-minded social conventions.
>     b. When he is the pope. (Not on the lips.)
>     c. When he is your brother and you are Al Pacino and this is the
>        only really sportsmanlike way to let him know that, for business
>        reasons, you have to have him killed.
>4. What about hugging another male?
>     a. If he's your father and at least one of you has a fatal disease.
>     b. If you're performing the Heimlich maneuver. (And even in this
>        case, you should repeatedly shout: "I am just dislodging food
>        trapped in this male's trachea!  I am not in any way aroused!")
>     c. If you're a professional baseball player and a teammate hits a
>        home run to win the World Series, you may hug him provided that:
>        (1) He is legally within the basepath,
>        (2) Both of you are wearing protective cups, and
>        (3) You also pound him fraternally with your fist hard enough
>            to cause fractures.
>5. Complete this sentence: A funeral is a good time to...
>     a. ...remember the deceased and console his loved ones.
>     b. ...reflect upon the fleeting transience of earthly life.
>     c. ...tell the joke about the guy who has Alzheimer's disease and
>     cancer.
>6. In your opinion, the ideal pet is:
>     a. A cat.
>     b. A dog.
>     c. A dog that eats cats.
>7. You have been seeing a woman for several years. She's attractive
>   and intelligent, and you always enjoy being with her.  One leis-
>   urely Sunday afternoon the two of you are taking it easy -- you're
>   watching a football game; she's reading the papers -- when she
>   suddenly, out of the clear blue sky, tells you that she thinks she
>   really loves you, but she can no longer bear the uncertainty of not
>   knowing where your relationship is going.  She says she's not asking
>   whether you want to get married; only whether you believe that you
>   have some kind of future together.  What do you say?
>     a. That you sincerely believe the two of you do have a future,
>        but you don't want to rush it.
>     b. That although you also have strong feelings for her, you
>        cannot honestly say that you'll be ready anytime soon to
>        make a lasting commitment, and you don't want to hurt her
>        by holding out false hope.
>     c. That you cannot believe the Jets called a draw play on third
>        and seventeen.
>8. Okay, so you have decided that you truly love a woman and you want
>   to spend the rest of your life with her -- sharing the joys and the
>   sorrows, the triumphs and the tragedies, and all the adventures and
>   opportunities that the world has to offer, come what may.  How do
>   you tell her?
>     a. You take her to a nice restaurant and tell her after dinner.
>     b. You take her for a walk on a moonlit beach, and you say her
>        name, and when she turns to you, with the sea breeze blowing
>        her hair and the stars in her eyes, you tell her.
>     c. Tell her what?
>9. One weekday morning your wife wakes up feeling ill and asks you to
>   get your three children ready for school.  Your first question to
>   her is:
>     a. "Do they need to eat or anything?"
>     b. "They're in school already?"
>     c. "There are three of them?"
>10. When is it okay to throw away a set of veteran underwear?
>     a. When it has turned the color of a dead whale and developed new
>        holes so large that you're not sure which ones were originally
>        intended for your legs.
>     b. When it is down to eight loosely connected underwear molecules
>        and has to be handled with tweezers.
>     c. It is never okay to throw away veteran underwear. A real guy
>        checks the garbage regularly in case somebody -- and we are not
>        naming names, but this would be his wife -- is quietly trying
>        to discard his underwear, which she is frankly jealous of,
>        because the guy seems to have a more intimate relationship with
>        it than with her.
>11. What, in your opinion, is the most reasonable explanation for the
>    fact that Moses led the Israelites all over the place for forty
>    years before they finally got to the Promised Land?
>     a. He was being tested.
>     b. He wanted them to really appreciate the Promised Land when they
>        finally got there.
>     c. He refused to ask directions.
>12. What is the human race's single greatest achievement?
>     a. Democracy.
>     b. Organized Religion.
>     c. Remote control.
>How to Score:
>   Give yourself one point for every time you picked answer "c."  A real
>guy would score at least 10 on this test. In fact, a real guy would score
>at least 15, because he would get the special five-point bonus for knowing
>the joke about the guy who has Alzheimer's disease and cancer.
>Hope you found this amusing and informational, look through your laughter and
>see the serious side of the questions and then laugh or will you cry?

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