According to one website that claims to offer a psychological analysis of Twitter users by measuring the frequency of tweet themes against a metric of averages, the Santa Fe Reporter's editorial staff is big on money, leisure and negativity while eschewing sex, work and the media.

Read on to examine SFR's

report:

According to

a list of SFR's editorial tweeps breaks down as follows:

Money

This list Tweets about money

41% more

than the average list. This includes references to income and money in general.

Negative

This list Tweets about negative sentiments

37% more

than the average list. This includes negative emotions, negative feelings and morbid thoughts.

Leisure

This list Tweets about leisure activities

36% more

than the average list. This includes activities other than work and may indicate a desire to engage in relaxing and entertaining behaviors.

Learning

This list Tweets about learning and education

34% more

than the average list. This includes Tweeting about school as well as self-teaching activities.

Future

This list Tweets about the future

18% more

than the average list. This includes Tweeting about time as it relates to the future and may indicate an interest in events yet to occur.

Emotions

This list Tweets about emotions

14% more

than the average list. This includes a wide range of positive and negative emotions and may indicate a generally emotive perspective.

Primordial

This list Tweets about primordial content

13% more

than the average list. This includes lower level dream-state and unconscious modes of thought. Some researchers refer to this as "reptilian" thought.

Self Reference

This list Tweets about itself

9% more

than the average list. This includes tweeting about themselves, their activities. In most social media, doing this too much is regarded as a faux pas.

Constructive

This list Tweets about constructive behavior

8% more

than the average list. This includes creating and building things and indicates an interest in development and creative processes.

Numbers

This list Tweets about numbers

3% more

than the average list. This may indicate highly analytical and quantitative thinking.

Past

This list Tweets about the past

3% more

than the average list. This may indicate a preoccupation with events that occurred the past.

Present

This list Tweets about the present

4% less

than the average list. This includes references to present time and currently occurring events.

Senses

This list Tweets about physical sensations

6% less

than the average list. This includes sights, sounds, smells, tastes and tactile feelings.

Anxiety

This list Tweets about anxiety

8% less

than the average list. This includes uncertainty, nervousness and apprehension. It may indicate a stress and fear.

Conceptual

This list Tweets about conceptual thoughts

10% less

than the average list. This includes higher-level abstract thought. Logical reasoning and philosophy are examples of conceptual content.

Positive

This list Tweets about positive sentiments

10% less

than the average list. This includes positive feelings, thoughts, emotions and agreeability.

Social

This list Tweets about social behaviors

18% less

than the average list. This includes inclusive Tweets, social behavior and speaking directly to the listener.

Control

This list Tweets about control

19% less

than the average list. This includes restraint and moral imperatives and may indicate a desire to impose order.

Thinking

This list Tweets about thinking

27% less

than the average list. This includes abstract thought and cognitive mechanics and may indicate an high level of thought processes.

Work

This list Tweets about work

32% less

than the average list. This includes Tweeting about occupations and careers. This indicates thinking about one's job.

Media

This list Tweets about media and celebrities

67% less

than the average list. This includes references to celebrities and mass media and may indicate an interest in celebrity culture.

Sex

This list Tweets about sexual references

85% less

than the average list. This includes sexual references and may indicate a preoccupation with sex.

OK, but what does it all mean?

For starters, I blame staff writer

for our high marks on money, numbers and negativity and call out editorial assistant

for our above average "emotional" content. I can only assume that our penchant for "reptilian" thought and our dearth of conceptual content lands on the shoulders of music writer

. I hereby officially challenge him to execute a future column in the form of a collection of koans. How we scored above average regarding constructive behavior and below average regarding anxiety is anyone's guess.

Finally, regarding our infrequent references to work, the media and sex...what can we say?--we're doers, not tweeters.