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Poll: Is Slashdot Conservative, Liberal, or plastic?

Chacham (981) writes | about 9 years ago

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Obligatory missing poll option (1)

benhocking (724439) | about 9 years ago | (#13547007)

I [slashdot.org] vote [vote.com] all of the above [drew.edu] .

Re:Obligatory missing poll option (1)

Chacham (981) | about 9 years ago | (#13547414)

Well, i didn't mean it as a poll. I just saw those two JEs and found them ironic. I then wanted to ask a question, and realized the answered could be "yes" or "no" as well. So, i turned it into a poll for the fun of it. Originally, i meant to choose all of the above, but i remebered Brewster's Millions, and chose otherwise. :)

But you didn't want a rational answer, did you.... :P

Moo (1)

RailGunner (554645) | about 9 years ago | (#13547218)

(Hey - it works for you as a subject line!)

I pick 4. Cowboy Neal.

Although, if you want a serious answer: Liberal, if this graph is a random sample. [lpetr.org]

Re:Moo (1)

Chacham (981) | about 9 years ago | (#13547454)

Moo [slashdot.org] . :)

And thanx for the link.

The answer is... (1)

daniil (775990) | about 9 years ago | (#13551556)

Moo.

Brewster's Millions? (1)

rholliday (754515) | about 9 years ago | (#13552277)

None of the above!? Surely that movie wasn't completely for naught! :)
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