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Assessment Appraisal

I completed my self-assessment.  Turns out I am awesome.  And I should be given plenty of moneys for unspecified purposes.  Dig your claws deeply into your armchair and wait and see how this turns out.  How did I calculate my raddness to a precise degree?  Using the scientific method, of course!

  • Ask a Question.  This part was easy.  Just how awesome is Lambchop?  Only a very little, like finding a really good skipping pebble?  Or a whole damn lot, like a really good burrito?!
  • Do Background Research.  I polled many of you on this question.  And I found the results to be rather skewed depending on the participant’s love of burritos.  Hrmm… 
  • Construct a Hypothesis.  Lambchop is not awesome, so much as super amazing.  Unless you don’t care for mexican food.  Then Lambchop might be the closest thing to awesome.  Please exclude things like contemplating the cosmos or the grand canyon.
  • Test Your Hypothesis by Doing an Experiment.  Obviously it was necessary for me to try and sleep with a lot of people, even though they were extremely hungry.  I have an excellent record on that, and that is all I am going to say about it.
  • Analyze Your Data and Draw a Conclusion.  Being way too lazy for charts and graphs, I settled for a rather raunchy doodle on the side of my desk blotter, which I would share with you, but I dribbled coffee on it.  All things considered (apart from our glorious cosmos), I am Awesome.
  • Communicate Your Results.  You are looking at it, bub!