What does your computer's desktop picture say about you - your goals, your values, your motivations?
The picture I see when I turn on my computer and throughout the day is usually one of my grandsons. Increasingly they are the ones I keep in mind as I think about the decisions I make at work and the things I write about schools and libraries.
Now don't look at this as me being all noble or anything. I pretty much ascribe to the sociobiologist theory that most of a person's actions and decisions can be explained by his lizard brain doing what is most likely to perpetuate his DNA via his offsprings' survival. But not that I don't love my grandsons as well.
Anyway, what's on you computer background? Your spouse, your house, you dog, somebody else's spouse, your car, Megan Fox in a bikini, a quiet beach with swaying palm trees? And does it reflect what is important to you*?
Rorschach eat your heart out. This is easier.
*Or does it say that you don't know how to change the picture on your computer's desktop?
THE RORSCHACH TEST
A man goes to a psychiatrist. To start things off, the psychiatrist suggests they start with a Rorschach test. He holds up the first picture and asks the man what he sees.
"A man and a woman making love in a park," the man replies.
The psychiatrist holds up the second picture and asks the man what he sees. "A man and a woman making love in a boat."
He holds up the third picture. "A man and a woman making love at the beach." This goes on for the rest of the set of pictures; the man says he sees a man and a woman making love in every one of the pictures.
At the end of the test, the psychiatrist looks over his notes and says, "It looks like you have a preoccupation with sex."
And the man replies, "Well, you're the one with the dirty pictures." <www.comedy-zone.net>