By Jim Owczarski Sports Editor Published Mar 06, 2014 at 6:03 PM

People love internet quizzes. They must, because there are SO MANY of them. Do the results tell you anything? I guess it depends what they are.

What I find most interesting is that most people go into these quizzes knowing what they want the answer to be. For instance, most dudes want to be Wolverine, Han Solo and Zack Morris.

I've seen this. People have clicked on the same quiz six times and changed their answers to get the result they like, and they say "ah, yeah!" (or something to that effect). So, clearly, you're not that cool. Or whatever it means when you get a response you didn't like.

So you're probably not Zack Morris. Or Hulk Hogan. Sometimes, you're a poorly taxidermied duckling.

Anyway, I decided to do some of these quizzes when I was stuck in a place with nowhere to go and nothing to do. 

I answered all of the questions honestly, and in the end I was always amused by the end result.

Go ahead. Cycle through the collages of my results above and you'll see that I'm clearly a pretty amazing person, which only validated my long-held belief that I'm pretty amazing.

You can't really disagree, either. After all, the internet said so.

P.s. Oh, and it got this one right, too.


Jim Owczarski is an award-winning sports journalist and comes to Milwaukee by way of the Chicago Sun-Times Media Network.

A three-year Wisconsin resident who has considered Milwaukee a second home for the better part of seven years, he brings to the market experience covering nearly all major and college sports.

To this point in his career, he has been awarded six national Associated Press Sports Editors awards for investigative reporting, feature writing, breaking news and projects. He is also a four-time nominee for the prestigious Peter J. Lisagor Awards for Exemplary Journalism, presented by the Chicago Headline Club, and is a two-time winner for Best Sports Story. He has also won numerous other Illinois Press Association, Illinois Associated Press and Northern Illinois Newspaper Association awards.

Jim's career started in earnest as a North Central College (Naperville, Ill.) senior in 2002 when he received a Richter Fellowship to cover the Chicago White Sox in spring training. He was hired by the Naperville Sun in 2003 and moved on to the Aurora Beacon News in 2007 before joining

In that time, he has covered the events, news and personalities that make up the PGA Tour, LPGA Tour, Major League Baseball, the National Football League, the National Hockey League, NCAA football, baseball and men's and women's basketball as well as boxing, mixed martial arts and various U.S. Olympic teams.

Golf aficionados who venture into Illinois have also read Jim in GOLF Chicago Magazine as well as the Chicago District Golfer and Illinois Golfer magazines.