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I'm on a discussion list, and one thing that's being discussed at the moment is the unwillingness of some people to transport people with their dogs. I have my own thoughts, which I've kept to myself since, as a non-dog owner, I suspect my views would be very unpopular. However, I'm curious to know what others think. This is definitely a touchy subject for dog guide owners, and I wonder how others feel. And, for those of you who drive, what are your thoughts on transporting service animals?

[Poll #1367279]
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Last year for New Year's, Bruce and I toasted with good old grape juice. This year, I'd like to introduce him to the sparkling variety, which to me tastes absolutely wonderful. Neither of us want alcohol. The problem is, (surprise surprise), Bruce wants one color and I want the other. So, if you'd like to help us decide which flavor to go with, please vote. And you'll be happy to know that there are no edit boxes this time around. GRIN!!!!!

[Poll #1315218]
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A week or so before Thanksgiving, I received a box from In it is the gift that Bruce got for me as a combination Christmas/birthday present. Last year by this time I knew what I was getting, and he'd managed to guess what I was getting for him. This year though, he's being incredibly quiet about the whole thing.

So, just to make things interesting, and because I need something to entertain myself, have a poll. What, in your minds, do you think is in this package. And if you're one of the people who actually knows what I'm getting, feel free to vote and give me the right, (or wrong), answer. GRIN!! Be creative, I'm curious.

[Poll #1313765]
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So I'm on an email list where right now there's a discussion about the proper way to hang toilet paper, and it was brought up that a couple of left-handers prefer to have the roll going one way while others think it should go the other. I decided to see if there's actually something to this budding pre-8:00 AM theory of mine. So, have a poll.

[Poll #1283209]
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So, last night Bruce and I got into a discussion, and I decided that I was right. Unfortunately, he also decided that he was right, so we need you guys to help us out. His surprise dinner depends on whether everyone agrees with him or me, so vote well. SMILE! Thanks.

[Poll #1166638]
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I'm curious today to know exactly how everyone uses their journals. What features do you use, and what features would you like to use if you knew how? Take my LJ poll and humor me.

[Poll #1150960]
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Hey everyone. Well, I learned something today. Yes, the impossible has happened. GRIN! What I learned isn't really important, but the thought that it gave me might be.

The hosting provider that I'm using for my web site offers a very basic Podcasting script for a small fee. I know I've been talking for a while now about creating a podcast, but the big question has always been what, exactly, would I podcast about. This thing that I learned today would make an awesome podcast, so I was thinking about doing something based on some kind of technology how-to or something. I'd create a podcast if and when I came across something that I thought was neat, or something that not many people might know how to do. I know there are a lot of similar things like this out there, so my idea might be totally overkill. This is why, before putting out some money for something that nobody might even like, I present you with, for once, a poll that isn't totally useless information to me. I'd like feedback, so please feel free to leave me additional comments.

Oh. And, for anyone who's interested, I thought I'd use what I learned this morning as the first podcast topic -- how to add or change your search provider in IE 7. Or, maybe I'm just clueless and the rest of the world already knows how to do this? SMILE!

[Poll #1147634]
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I was inspired to write this entry because of [ profile] brucetola. I originally was just going to make it a regular entry, but then I decided to create a poll instead. Winter sucks, especially February and March because we all just want it to be over, and, of course, there're all the viruses that are going around and things. So, for my curiosity sake, have a poll all about being sick. And, let's hope for warmer weather to come soon!!!

[Poll #1144726]
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I've been trying to get [ profile] brucetola to do something like this for a while in one of his daily polls, but he's done some that are similar to this, (although not quite as extensive), so I figured I'd just do this myself. I could have gone on forever with the questions here, but I chose to keep it fairly brief. If you have anything to add, please feel free to leave me a comment.

[Poll #1135936]
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I was making my tacos a little while ago and the idea for this poll just sort of came to me. I'm curious to see what others think when it comes to cooking preferences. Even if you're not really into cooking, I'd be interested in knowing what you think.

[Poll #1082819]
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bruce has been after me for a couple of days now to create a poll. I couldn't come up with anything -- until now. This idea came to me as I was putting together some kind of a grocery list. I was reminded of how, as a kid, I always complained about how rough the toilet paper was that my parents bought. I kept asking why we didn't get the soft stuff. My parents told me that the soft stuff didn't last as long. My return argument was that the reason for that was because nobody wanted to use the rough stuff because it hurt too much so that's why it lasted longer. Now that I'm on my own and actually have to buy the stuff, I've kind of come around to a totally different way of thinking. When I first got an apartment I did buy the softest paper I could find, and it was great. Now though, I buy ... Well, I'm not going to tell you what I buy because I don't want it to influence anyone. I know this poll is probably totally weird, but every once in a while I just get the urge to do something totally wacky, so here you go. Enjoy!

[Poll #1076467]


Mar. 4th, 2007 04:48 pm
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As I was sitting down today to read a book with my Book Port using the built-in synthesized speech I started to think about all of you guys who do a lot of reading. I thought it'd be interesting to find out how you all read your books, and what methods you prefer. The last question is just something I slipped in because I'm curious. So, here goes.

[Poll #939903]
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Well, I'm looking for feedback again. A few days ago I was talking with some friends about things, and someone mentioned that I don't talk about my past much. He said that he thought my background was interesting, and that he thought others might like to read it as well. He suggested that I post it here for people to read. I started writing it yesterday, intending to post it here as an entry. However, it's currently almost 7 single-spaced pages in Word, and I've still got more to write. I think it's an interesting idea, since, although I've got people reading, many of you probably don't really know all that much about me, and I thought it'd be a good way for people to get to know me better. But, given the length, I'm sort of re-thinking my options here, and before I go too far I wanted to get others opinions. Anonymous readers can participate in this too I think, so please, give me some feedback.

[Poll #915624]
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In exactly two weeks American Idol returns to Fox. This will be the second season that I've followed since the show started 6 years ago, and I personally am looking forward to it. There are some though who feel that the show is terrible, and I do understand where they're coming from in some respects.

Just in case there's someone on the planet who doesn't know how American Idol works, (I didn't until last year so I imagine that there may be others around), contestants perform in front of three judges for the right to go to Hollywood, California, where they compete for the chance to get to the top 24, and then the top 12, and then of course, to become the top performer overall and receive the title of American Idol. Sounds fairly simple, but it's not. From what I understand, before you even get to the judges you have to perform for the producers of the show, who then decide whether you can move forward or not. It's very obvious that the show is for entertainment purposes since there are times when truly terrible singers are let through and good ones are told to go home. However, once the viewers get the chance to start voting for their favorite, things get more interesting.

The three judges are interesting as well. I like to think of them as good bad and indifferent, but it's not always the case. Paula, Randy, and Simon are all fairly interesting, however Simon is the one that I think most people have problems with because he is so rude. He has been known to make comments that are extremely cruel, and it seems to me as if those comments are the ones that make it to the evening wrap-up things on the news. Paula normally seems to be more balanced, giving both positive and negative feedback, but she's been known to take little jabs from time to time herself. And, whether it's a real thing or not, on-screen, Paula and Simon don't seem to get along very well. Randy usually has decent things to say and I'm trying to remember if I've ever heard him put down a performer and I honestly can't remember. But it's Simon, I believe, who really helps to give American Idol the negative spin that many people see. I think it'll be interesting to see how this season unfolds.

And now, let's see how many of you will be watching this season.

[Poll #899310]
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As you do this, go with your instincts. your hands will know what to do.

[Poll #859568]


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