Friday Squid Blogging: Find Out Your Squid Quotient

A quiz.

Posted on March 30, 2007 at 4:32 PM • 20 Comments

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SpiderMarch 30, 2007 5:16 PM

Care to share yours, Bruce.

115 for me.

I wonder what the top score is. I might have misspelled one of my answers.

Another KevinMarch 30, 2007 5:48 PM

171 - I don't know what it means, but the test was sort of fun, I suppose

Rennie deGraafMarch 30, 2007 7:25 PM

Your Squid Quotient = 0

I think that that site dislikes my browser configuration.

aisake aMarch 31, 2007 1:54 AM

Don’t Get Mean - Get Screened


Antelope, CA, March 19, 2007 --(PR.COM)-- "Don't Get Mean Get Screened" is ALIV LLC's slogan in its campaign to assist nations in its Security Screening Process. Since 9/11, it has been very inconvenient and uncomfortable for travelers to go through security screening anywhere in the world. But this is the new reality.

There are great technologies deployed and you have properly seen them at airports and other environments. You have properly been processed through those technologies.

"But the missing component in this whole process is winning people's mind and heart over to your side. The screening process and everything else will be easy when people understand that this is our new world reality -we need their help and support," says ALIV LLC Co-Founder and Co-CEO Aisake Afamasaga.

This new reality gave birth to a line of merchandise with the slogan "Don't Get Mean Get Screen" which is available at http://www.cafepress.com/faikele now and www.faikele.com by March 30, 2007. Aisake said his company is seeking sponsors or partners to give away 10 thousands T-Shirts and Hats at LAX, Chicago O'Hare and JKF airports each to launch the campaign "Don't Get Mean Get Screened."

MikeMarch 31, 2007 4:30 PM

140.5. I have an affinity for squid, I guess. I do like eating calamari, so I guess the test is right!

jblApril 2, 2007 3:08 AM

113.25 -- I've never been much interested in squid (and both chinese squid dishes and calimari taste and feel like they're from the goodyear plant to me), so I'm rather surprised by this score.

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