Hows This For Remarkable?

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Don't know how this person came up with their results, but it's pretty darn close to my favorite color and certainly in the very near family. The perfect colors--once streaked through with refractive wave-bottom yellow-white to look like the sand under the still water behind a Caribbean reef.

you are mediumturquoise

Your dominant hues are green and blue. You're smart and you know it, and want to use your power to help people and relate to others. Even though you tend to battle with yourself, you solve other people's conflicts well.

Your saturation level is medium - You're not the most decisive go-getter, but you can get a job done when it's required of you. You probably don't think the world can change for you and don't want to spend too much effort trying to force it.

Your outlook on life is brighter than most people's. You like the idea of influencing things for the better and find hope in situations where others might give up. You're not exactly a bouncy sunshine but things in your world generally look up.
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This one was fun! I came out dark turquoise. It is the same as you but more driven to completion. Thanks for the pointer.

Is this the (post)modern form of a horoscope?

Dear Mark,

I'm not sure I'd give it that much credence. I just thought it remarkable that when I tried to do the survey as best I could, I arrived at colors that very nearly match those of the accent on the blog.



Steve, I did not expect that you took much credence in it. My comment was meant to be a bit of tongue-in-cheek. I do appreciate the coindence in color choice though.

Dear Mark,

Thanks--wasn't really answering seriously, just took the opportunity to clarify what I thought was remarkable, in case it was unclear. Your humor was appreciated--hard to convey through blogdom.





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