08 June 2005

Betcha can't ace it - your first try, that is

Try the Color Test. It's strictly nothing but a mind game, nothing of substance, just fun.

9 comments:

Moe said...

Dangit! I scored 13% the first time. I got the words confused with the colors. Got 100% second time around, though.

Appalachian Gun Trash said...

That's why I qualified it with that "your first try, that is" Cause, just like you saw for yourself there, Moe. Once you see what's happening after the first round, you do a whole lot better 2nd time. :-)

Ramblin' Ed said...

75%...but that was tough!! Hard to wrap the noggin around that one.

Hey, I've seen words and phrases in your blog that you have struck through. Where did you find the strike through command or how did you otherwiise pull it off? Are you cutting and pasting from word?

Travelin' Ed

Appalachian Gun Trash said...

Well, when I try to show it to you I'm using html that blogger don't like, so let's try it this way

In the script below

the 1 = the less than sign <
the 2 = the greater than sign >
and the word

1span style="text-decoration: line-through;"2strikethrough word goes here1/span2

Appalachian Gun Trash said...

Doesn't your browser have a view page option? You can see anyone's html or css clicking the View Page thingybob


Fess Parker.. I had just seen Fess just a few weeks back, as a matter of fact. In that movie with Steve McQueen and Steve is the borderline wacko grunt in WWII creating death and mayhem for the Nazis. Even tho' Fess made a good MSgt or some such Sgt in the flick, I still could not erase the Davey Crockett thing from my mind. Plus Bob Newhart was the Co. clerk who got lost and put on the line with a Garand. That was strange, also.

Ramblin' Ed said...

Okie dokie. Gonna try that code you gave me and see what happens. Thanking you in advance.

Didn't know nothing about the View Page. And I'm usually pretty good with thingybobs. Or was that things called bob.........?

Barb said...

Hah - Got 75% on the first try, and 100% on the second. That's a tough one, though!

Appalachian Gun Trash said...

Yep, that's what happened to me and Moe. Didn't get it the first time, but once I realized the "trick" my mind was playing on me, I did it a second time and aced it.

Barb said...

You still have to think about it with each and every click, though!