How Good or Evil your site is?

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this thing cracked me up :-) lol
you also can put a little "setrified" banner on your site :)
http://homokaasu.org/gematriculator/
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well it works! :shock:

Google = 99% good (of course)
msn.com = 63% evil (bad evil microsoft)
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I posted in another forum little sertified banners for google, msn and yahoo :)
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Microsoft is a little ahead from http://www.linux.org on evil part :) linux is 47% evil
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lol, I went n' ran http://www.satan.com. Only 21% evil.. that's not so bad... Especially when you consider Micro$oft (the regular http://www.microsoft.com) is 26% evil ;)
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heh, looks like my anti-purple movement is above approved

http://2hwp.vze.com is
1% evil, 99% good

:D, get rid of all those evil purples
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my site is 60% evil....i am pretty pleased by that, but I also beleive that "vladdrac is now playing: monster magnet - negasonic teenage warhead album: dopes to infinity" text being on my site probably is worth about 15% byitself
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when I ran it on my site it took all of the css and didn't mention the site at all haha, and it was 86% good. When I copied and pasted the main text body I was only 73% good.

Here are a couple of other interesting one:
http://www.ozzu.com/ is
56% evil, 44% good

http://freebsd.org/ is
32% evil, 68% good

http://mozilla.org/ is
27% evil, 73% good

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/default.asp is
26% evil, 74% good

http://netscape.com/ is
38% evil, 62% good

oh and by the way ih8purple, you CHEATED. It analyzes your frames page.

http://2hwp.tx.com.ru is
3% evil, 97% good

but much more importantly:
http://2hwp.tx.com.ru/main.html is
50% evil, 50% good
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http://php.net/ is
36% evil, 64% good

http://perl.com/ is
46% evil, 54% good


interestingly enough:
http://homokaasu.org/ is
38% evil, 62% good

when you enter in the URL of that page:
Quote:
Sorry, an error occurred:
Recursive gematriculation messes with the fabric of the universe itself and cannot be allowed.
[/code]
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Quote:
http://www.bible.com is 59% evil, 41% good


lmao!!!
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My website http://www.luchtzak.be is 43% evil and 57% good but have you checked out http://www.sex.com ? That's 9% evil and 91% good ! :-)
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http://www.good.com is
19% evil, 81% good


http://www.evil.com is
8% evil, 92% good

well well
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awsome... my site was 24% Evil and 76% Good.... 8)
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GrooveSeeker! Makes sense since I'm advocating dance parties and alcohol! LOL!

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hmm that would actually make a pretty good signature, except if you could change from site, to thread. I wonder if the calculations for the gematriculator are pretty much open source or what....I would like to try something like that in php....wouldn't be that hard....I think I would have some trouble figuring out how to see all the text in the webpage for the calculation.

Does anyone know if doing something like that would pose some sort of copyright violation?
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probably not, as long as the instructions to do the calculations are freely available. You might have to get the author's permission, though.

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