Truthiness quotient, abbreviated T.Q., is the measurement of a person's acceptance of truthicules. Its unit of measurement is the "gut-pound". A person's aversion to logic, reasoning and facts increases proportionally to increases in a person's gut-pounds, as does their acceptance of truthiness.
How to calculate your Truthiness QuotientEdit
To calculate a Wikiality.com user's T.Q., use the following formula:
i.e. a user has 5 edits, 2 articles created, and one major fact. His truthiness quotient is 521? I don't know, my fingers don't go that high.
We recommend you have your Jewish accountant solve the equation, then modify it using the following table:
Measured in Gut-Pounds (G-p)
|Questions||G-ps for Male||G-ps for Female|
|Are you American?|| Yes +100|
| Yes +75|
|Are your parents American?|| Yes +100|
| Yes +15|
|Are you married?|| Yes +100|
| Yes +75|
|How many children do you have?|| (0) -1000|
(Over 2) +250
| (0) -250|
(Over 10) +200
|What is your race?|| White +100|
| White +75|
|Are you now,|
or have you ever
listened to Rush?
| Am now +1000|
Only when I'm driving +250
Who is Rush? -1000
| Am now +75|
Only when my husband is +0
Only when I'm driving -150
Only when my husband is driving +150
Who is Rush? -3000
Famous People's Truthiness QuotientsEdit
- Karl Marx has a truthiness quotient of -175.
- Nancy Pelosi has one of -156.
- Adolf Hitler has one of -301.
- George W. Bush has a high quotient of 957.
- Orson Welles had one of -17.
- Albert Einstein has one of -88, for being too facty.
- Stephen Colbert is the only person to have a truthiness quotient of ∞².
- Bill O'Reilly has a truthiness quotient of ∞ with a margin of error of ± 1.