Heinlein maneuver?

I guess I am just being lazy about blogging, but between the long drive and having to readjust to the East Coast, I am not feeling terribly creative.

Which makes me really glad to have found another wonderful test -- this one from the mysterious, multifaceted Ghost of a Flea. It is called "Which Heinlein Book Should You Have Been A Character In?" -- and my research assistant Justin Case damned well better evaluate this test, because he's the scifi freak, and I don't think there's much he hasn't read.

Anyway, here are the results:

The Moon is a Harsh Mistress
You belong in The Moon is a Harsh Mistress. You
value freedom above all else. You would fight
and die for your family and your home.

Which Heinlein Book Should You Have Been A Character In?
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Thanks Ghost! The results look very flattering, and now I'll have to ask Justin what's up!

But why can't I be the cat who walks through walls?


posted by Eric on 08.29.03 at 04:22 PM










Comments

It's all part of gamma radiation exposure. Walking through walls is only one of many super abilities which resulted from the accident.

I read "The Moon is a Harsh Mistress" when I was eleven. In fact, it was one of the first sf books I had ever read. Time for a re-read!

Ghost of a flea   ·  August 29, 2003 4:39 PM

Love it!  I ended up in Starship Troopers, though (sigh).  That's just the age we're in, I guess — Islamofascists instead of Bugs.  I think it's a huge oversight, however, leaving Glory Road out of the running!

Michael E. McNeil   ·  September 4, 2003 1:41 AM

Wow, Michael, what a pleasure it is to hear from you! I read your inescapably thorough analysis of the depleted uranium non-threat, and all I can say is that I hope you are being paid a HUGE salary by one of the leading think tanks in this country. If not, then that is another example of What Is Wrong.

Eric Scheie   ·  September 4, 2003 7:30 PM

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