WHO'S YOUR ROLE MODEL? (This is accurate)!

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by JimB51, Oct 13, 2009.

  1. JimB51

    JimB51 Member


    Who's your role model?

    FIND OUT WHO TRULY IS YOUR ROLE MODEL. DON'T SCROLL DOWN YET, DO THE
    SIMPLE MATH BELOW, THEN SCROLL DOWN TO FIND YOUR HERO.

    It's CRAZY how accurate this is!

    No peeking!

    1) Pick your favorite number between 1-9

    2) Multiply by 3 then

    3) Add 3

    4) Then again Multiply by 3 (I'll wait while you get the
    calculator....)

    5) You'll get a 2 or 3 digit number....

    6) Add the digits together


    Now Scroll down
    ...............



















    With that number, see who your ROLE MODEL is from the list below:

    1. Charley Sheen
    2. Oprah Winfrey
    3. Faith Hill
    4. Jay Leno
    5. Sarah Palin
    6. Madonna
    7. Ronald Reagan
    8. Michael Jordan
    9. Jim B
    10. Elvis Presley
    I know, I know......I just have that effect on people. One day, you
    too can be like me.



    P.S. Stop picking different numbers!! I AM YOUR IDOL, JUST DEAL WITH
    IT!!!!!! NOW CLICK "FORWARD", PUT YOUR NAME IN NO. 9 AND SEND IT ON
    FOR A GOOD LAUGH!! : )
    [This Message was Edited on 10/14/2009]
  2. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    surprise! I got number 9. HaHa! This old gag has been around since
    Pythagoras figured out how many sides a triangle has. I think the answer
    is the same as the answer to this riddle. W/ a drawer of black and white
    sox, how many do you have to pick in a dark room to be sure of
    having a pair?

    If anyone wants to e mail this to a young person, you may want to use
    the names of some modern celebrities. Like Flavia Pennettta, Benjamin
    Bratt, Carrie Underwood, Darcey Tucker, J Lo and her sister K Lo, etc.

    I have the impression most young people wouldn't know more than 3 or
    4 names on the original list. Have to laugh when I go by the magazine rack
    in the market. Big headlines re: people I never heard of. Generally, they
    seem to be getting together or breaking up. In their world, no such
    thing as a period of stasis.

    Anyhoo, being basically very ambitious and goal oriented, I am not settling
    for just a role model. I want a drop, tuck and roll model.

    Tx 4 the post, Jim.


    Rock
  3. JimB51

    JimB51 Member

    How can I dazzle the kids if you're in the peanut gallery
    heckling my act? LOL

    BOYS AND GIRLS ... IGNORE THE MAN BEHIND THE CURTAIN!
  4. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    What're you doin' up so late? Just woke up myself.

    I think you are dazzling enough w/ the rhinestones on your tap shoes
    and the twinkle in your eye.

    Here's another question for you. How many roles did Frank Morgan play
    in the Wizard of Oz?


    Rock
    (Occasionally wicked, but never a witch.)
  5. FibroFay

    FibroFay New Member

    When I pass by the magazine rack in the market the people I see on the covers are CHILDREN!! hahaha (I'm getting old)

    Fay :)
  6. Gingareeree

    Gingareeree New Member

    The correct answer to your ? re Frank Morgan is....two! The dude with the crystal ball, the "wizard" of course!~~Jeanne
  7. JimB51

    JimB51 Member

    the Dr. or someone who visited Dorthy (?)
  8. Shirl

    Shirl New Member

    The 'stars' that are out today, come and go so fast, by the time the magazine is out, there is a bunch of new ones on the screen!

    I think anyone will know the names on your list! Some just never go away, especially Elvis Presley!

    I know many teenagers who love the guy till today, and still ask me questions about him, especially my grandson and his friends, my daughters boy friends son (who is 18) is an avid Elvis fan!!!

    You are up too late! Get some sleep my friend! Do not be like me, a 'Night Hawk'...........


    Shalom, Shirl

  9. Gingareeree

    Gingareeree New Member

    That's right..the Dr.... Geez,I should have known that,This movie is one of my all time childhood fav's!!~~Jeanne
  10. gapsych

    gapsych New Member


    Ronald Regan is NOT my role model!!

    I think I did some creative math!!!

    "I'm off to see the Wizard"..........

    gap

    ETA Okay, Rock, I don't get it!! Though it could be my ears ringing again,I am so foggy tonight that I think I hear the fog horns!!

    Will someone answer that phone???[This Message was Edited on 10/16/2009]
  11. JimB51

    JimB51 Member

    WRONG ANSWER Gap!

    Keep workin on that math.

    (you're supposed to pick ME!)

    Jim : )
  12. gapsych

    gapsych New Member


    Gotcha!!! LOL!

    Funny game.

    gap
  13. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    I am typing this on the library computer which I know not how to run. And furthertheless,
    the font is size one! Practically unreadable.

    Yes, Frank Morgan was the fortune teller as well as the wizard. Was his name Dr.
    Miracle? I can't remember. Can't look it up either. Don't know how to run this
    machine.

    He also played the gatekeeper at the city of Oz; the driver of the carriage pulled by
    the horse of another color; and the guard at the palace.

    A busy guy. Wonder if MGM paid him extra. during the Great Depression Louie
    B. Meyer reportedly earned half a million a year. More than anyone else in the
    country.

    And back to the subject of role models, I think JimB would be better than most of
    the great men in history. An awful lot of them didn't do much but send great numbers
    of men off to die.

    "Auntie Em, there's no place like home."


    Rock
  14. Gingareeree

    Gingareeree New Member

    Wow! That Frank Morgan was a busy guy...but now that you mention it,I can see him in all the parts you mentioned. Hmmm,guess I better pull out my 50th annivesary video of "Oz" and watch it again!!~~Jeanne