"...a couple gun-toting, heathen anarchists!"
Yup, that's us. Two kids from Ohio who met while attending The University of Toledo, fell madly in love, moved to Arizona, and are in the process of the living happily ever after.
We're both geeks. Heather is a microbiologist, Jason's an engineer. We enjoy our jobs, but have a lot of other interests that aren't work-related, and that's what most of the rest of this site is about.
On the Keirsey Temperament Sorter, (As found in Please Understand Me) Heather's a "Counselor" (INFJ), and Jason's a "Crafter" (ISTP). The Keirsey profiles are uncannily accurate, enough to make people who know us laugh out loud when they read them. Heather really is psychic, and Jason now has a perfectly reasonable excuse for the amount of money he spends on his truck and his guns.
In comparison, the New Personality Self-Portrait test lists Jason as adventurous and Heather as conscientious. It pegged Heather's perfectionism, but Jason didn't actually sow that many wild oats when he was young.
The old book Marriage Made Easy shows Heather as a type '45' wife and Jason as a '25' husband.
On the Metro Nashville Police Department "Are you going to be raped, robbed, stabbed, shot, or beaten?" Test Jason gets a -9. "A minus score indicates that the criminal would be in danger FROM YOU. The greater the negative score...the greater the danger." Heather gets a 14. Gotta' work on dropping that some more...
The Kingdomality Medieval Career Test says that Jason would make a good Benevolent Ruler. It's good to be king. Heather would have been a White Knight, a regular Joan of Arc.
The selectsmart philosophy test says that Jason's responses (1b 2d 3e 4c 5d 6a 7c 8c 9e 10c 11c 12a) match Nietzsche and the Epicureans most closely (100 each), followed by the Cynics, Hobbes, and Spinoza (94, 93, 90).
But in the end there's only one result that really counts. The Brunching Shuttlecocks Pompitous of Love Test says of Jason, "You are a Joker. You're a grinner, but not a picker, a sinner but not a lover. And while you spend a lot of time on the run, you don't get your loving there."
Created 1998-2003 Jason & Heather Steiner