What is your opinion on Internet polls such as this one?
***Update 6 June 2015 9:15AM CST***
I’ve added additional options suggested by survey takers. I particularly like “Do you have a public restroom?”
I picked Yellow – my second choice was that my opinion mattering is a complete fiction and that makes me happy (or, something…)
Now I’m immensely pleased that as of this time the other two voters picked my first or second choices.
this tells me that my defects are more common than one would have supposed.
That just means you have “defect privilege” and so your opinions are humanonormative.
You should stop having those defective opinions, and simply accept those of your betters. Particularly those in academia. Particularly those academics who have the least connection to reality, both physically and mentally.
That “my betters” thing, that’s genetic you know 🙂
I discovered that when I went to a very ritzy and exclusive party as a guest and realized I had far more in common with the wait staff than the other guests.
True story: I was once invited to accompany a young lady to Nashville’s Hunt Ball, a very exclusive soiree at the very exclusive Belle Meade Country Club.
It took a while to figure out why everyone in the room was staring at me. Then I realized I was the only one there with curly hair. I think my date (a somewhat rebellious sort) was just screwing with them by bringing such as obvious Haole to their event.
First “other” answer: “Editable other box begs for trouble!”
Yes. Yes it does.
As far as internet polls go: if they are anonymous I’ll give an opinion.
If they require me to identify myself in any way — no thank you. I get enough spam emails already. (And spam phone calls, too; but that’s a whole ‘nother topic).
I get off on the complete fiction that my opinion matters.
My response is leading at this moment in time!
Whooooo-hooooo…!!! I’m number one…I’m number one…!!!
OK, THERE’s a great “compare and contrast”, rat thar. Cycles. And jeans.
The back story about the Harley he was riding:
Possibly one of the most amazing charity drives on the internet:
What an impressive young man. And his impressive young lady, too.
Other: Single malt scotch.