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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by Salty, Oct 14, 2005.
DO YOU VOTE IN POLLS
Things a little slow in the Salt City?
Oh my! What kind of choice is that?
Folks, he is saying that even if you vote "no", you STILL voted in a poll, so there CAN'T be a "no" in this question.
Well I voted yes...
Ok, so I voted yes
You know you could have made it so we could peek at the votes before voting. Then we could have seen how the vote was going and 'go' with the majority.
I PICKED THE WORNG ONE!!!!!!
But you did vote, didn't you!
Generally I don't vote when there are 2 candidates the same as each other.....
For the poll I thought the first shall be last and last first, so voted for the second one
Only a Baptist taxi driver would have thought of such a thing
I voted "Yes" and my reasons are better than anyone elses. I almost voted "Yes" but it seemd too Calvinistic. So I voted "Yes" because it was more fundamental than "Yes". You're all a bunch of liberal unbelievers if you didn't vote "Yes" like me
But you did vote, didn't you! </font>[/QUOTE]Things are even slower out here on the Niagara Frontier. Today was kind of busy. I watched leaves fall....and yes, I did vote, but I don't remember what I voted. It may have been Yes, but I can't tell you for the life of me what Yes it was. Let me check with Pete
But you did vote, didn't you! </font>[/QUOTE]Things are even slower out here ... Today was kind of busy. I watched leaves fall....and yes, I did vote, but I don't remember what I voted... Let me check with Pete
TAXI! TAXI! </font>[/QUOTE]Guess Pete is too busy to come pick you up? BTW why do you need a taxi. something wrong with your license??
It seems the Yes votes are ahead.
I sure hope they win. As for me, I voted Yes, then decided to pick the other Yes, but went back and click on Yes. I'm one of them Independent voters, ya know.
Sometimes, one has to vote to view the results.
I think that may change the results a little.