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Your Normalcy Quotient is: 53 out of 100.
What really counts is how your score compares to those of your normal or not so normal group of friends. Don’t forget to forward them this email so you can compare results.
You are a Wonderful Eccentric
You’ve earned the title of wonderful eccentric, and while you’re not a wild, gun slinging maverick, you certainly like to follow your own way.
Did you know that approximately twenty-four percent of people escape the mainstream of city life and live outside a metropolitan area? Also, children live in only one third of U.S. households. As of 2003, there were over one hundred and eleven million households in the U.S. Approximately, seventy-six million householders own their domicile, and about thirty-four million people rent.
Most people own televisions, but are you eccentric enough to get a television bigger than the Sony Power Tron TV? This enormous television was unveiled in Tsukuba, Japan in 1985, and it measured at eighty feet by one hundred and fifty feet. It was part of the International Exposition that showcased in Japan that year.
One eccentric who didn’t follow the road most traveled was Albert Einstein. When he was going to the Institute of Technology in Zurich, Einstein often missed classes while working in the library or the laboratory. He had to rely on his friend Marcel Grossman to take notes for him in the classes that he missed. Einstein of course went on to formulate the Theory of Relativity. And conventional wisdom would have told you to go to class every day!
Of course, you probably don’t think of yourself as eccentric. As Einstein might say, “It’s all relative.”