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 Posted: Wed Aug 1st, 2007 08:49 pm
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75% Sherman

60% Burnside

55% McClellan

55% Forrest

55% Jackson

40% Longstreet

40% Lee

35% Grant

20% Stuart

15% Sheridan

You might be relieved to know I lack the whole "facial hair" quality

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 Posted: Wed Aug 15th, 2007 10:17 pm
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Took the test again. Did on another forum. Came out the same.

Nathan Bedford Forrest            90%

James Longstreet                     70%

Robert E. Lee                            70%

William T. Sherman                    65%

Stonewall Jackson                     60%

The rest don't count.

Last edited on Wed Aug 15th, 2007 10:19 pm by MajDoc



 Posted: Sun Sep 9th, 2007 11:51 pm
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Finally did this and got:

William T. Sherman

75%
General George McClellan

65%
General James Longstreet

60%
Robert E. Lee

60%
General Nathan Bedford Forrest

50%
Stonewall Jackson

50%
General Jeb Stuart

30%
U.S. Grant

30%
General Ambrose Burnside

20%
General Phillip Sheridan

20%

Glad to see Sheridan so low, never did care for him.



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 Posted: Tue Sep 18th, 2007 02:25 pm
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I came out as 65% William T. Sherman!!!))..

The good thing is that I also came out 60% Longstreet, Jackson, and Lee!!!!!!:cool:  YAHOOOOO!!!!



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I answered right in the middle between Agree and Disagree for many of the questions. And one to the left or right of the middle for most of the others. Only for a very few did I answer Agree or Disagree to the maximum extent. I am rarely 100% cocksure about anything. So, here are my results:

You scored as: William T. Sherman

William T. Sherman 65%
General Ambrose Burnside 65%
General George McClellan 55%
General James Longstreet 55%
Robert E. Lee 55%
U. S. Grant 50%
Stonewall Jackson 45%
General Jeb Stuart 40%
General Nathan Bedford Forrest 40%
General Phillip Sheridan 35%

An amusing little fantasy quiz, I must say. In all likelihood, I would have been a private in the infantry, with a predilection towards straggling.



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Me, Sherman 70%

Looks like there's a few of us Sherman's about. Does this mean he was more normal than I thought or am I crazier than I thought?:shock:

Today I think I'll march south and burn Buckinghamshire on the way:P

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WOW, I was suprised that I scored as General Robert E Lee.



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Well, wags, that makes two of us. I suppose we ought to be quite happy about that, but if we're both R.E. Lee, it might well be that we are both losers.

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But against many long odds. LOL



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Maj.Gen. Daniel Edgar Sickles, Messiah of Gettysburg and Protector of young ladies -100%



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Interesting as Sickles wasn't even on the list . 



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 Sickles made his own rules.   :D



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oh yeah how could I forget. What a jerk he was. temporary insanity . Yeah right



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I'm just catching up on a lot of threads. Saw this and thought...what the heck! So I took the test and here's what it told me.

Which American Civil War General are you?

You scored as a General James Longstreet

Trusted by General Lee above all his other generals (after the death of Stonewall), you have a good head on your shoulders and an understanding of the changing art of war. Too bad your people will come to see you as a scapegoat and even a traitor...

Now, the funny things is...my dog's name is Old Pete, and my mother, who admires Longstreet very much, has what we jokingly call the "Longstreet Shrine" in the house.



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My results were
Nathan Bedford Forest 100%
Stonewall Jackson 85%
William T. Sherman 80 %
Robert E. Lee 70%
James Longstreet 70%
George McClellan 70%
U.S. Grant 60%
Phillip Sheridan 50%
Ambrose Burnside 45%
Jeb Stuart 30%


Last edited on Thu Jun 12th, 2008 02:23 am by Dixie Girl



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War Means Fighting And Fighting Means Killing - N. B. Forrest When war does come, my advice is to draw the sword and throw away the scabbard." Stonewall Jackson


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dixie  ... 90% Forrest could of been worse but how can you be only 30% stuart hmm, they seem to go together.



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yeah they do seem to go together. i dont know how it came out that way

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 Posted: Sat Jan 26th, 2008 06:27 pm
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Ha! Look what I found! A "Which NASCAR driver are you" quiz! And...OMG! It tells me I'm Rusty Wallace!! Argh!!!!!

http://www.quizilla.com/users/Homebrewed/quizzes/Which%20NASCAR%20Driver%20Are%20You


Sorry, didn't mean to hi-jack the thread )))( ...back to whichever general.

Last edited on Sat Jan 26th, 2008 06:28 pm by kj3553



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