Getting to Know Things

Before you can know anything that isn't you, you first need to know what is you. This is, of course, a basic principle of critical thinking and reading. To that end, use these personality and learning style tests. If you need help, check the Bible, a sarcastic 8-ball, Parareality courses, or the CIA World Factbook.

Getting to know things is time-consuming. Check the current time and date to ensure you aren't late for something; cross-check this against the U.S. national debt, the cost of war, the U.S. or world population, and Bill Gate's wealth. If you need to rest, here's a postmodern paper or a self-referential aptitude test to help you fall asleep.

With that out of the way, look below for what you want to know.