How well do you know your fellow posters? I created a public sock monkey to find out. One size fits all. The rules are pretty simple. You ask questions. I answer them. The questions should not be direct, obvious ones (such as what is your real username, or where do you live) they should be more about where the person stands, rather than who they are. What is your stance on Gay Marriage? Do you believe taxes should pay for a welfare program? Do you beleive Jesus was a incarnation of God? Do you like the band TOOL? I can refuse to answer a queation that will blatantly give my identity away, but I can not lie. This obviously relies on the honor system. Speaking of the honor system, admins who can see IP addresses and others with insider information on a user who do not have the werewithal to refrain from cheating, should not play. When someone guesses correctly I will come out from behind the sock and people should PM the WhoAmI? user and say they want to be next. I will pick who is next and PM that person with the password for this user. The next person to wear the sock will change the WhoAmI? user password and start a thread "Sock Puppet Game - Round Two" and we go on from there. If anyone who abuses this account or uses it for anything but this game, I think it is safe to assume, they will be treated accordingly by the administration. Don't mess it up for everyone else. Each Sock Puppet Game round should start with a small bio, or jumping off ground of sorts. Here is mine: I am a long time member who has never changed my user ID. I used to change my Avatar fairly often, but I have had the same one now for several years. When I first joined I spent most of my time in Physics & Math and the Philosophy Subforums. Now I spend most of my time in Politics and the Philosophy Subforums. Let's see how this goes.