Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator (ludickid) wrote,
Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator
ludickid

And of course, WHAT WE LEARNED FROM WEDNESDAY'S POLL

- A whopping 59% of you ate turkey on Thanksgiving, you chumps. Only 8% of you refuse to kill animals for food, you suckers, and a like number spent the holiday alone and weeping, you losers.

- 23% of you think rape jokes are okay if they involve birds.

- The most popular Louis dinner guest was Armstrong. The patriotic, foul-mouthed, self-medicating jazzman was a preferred dining companion of 75% of you; bringing up place and show were Louis Pasteur (indicating, I guess, that a lot of you are very concerned about germs) and Julia Louis-Dreyfus (indicating, I guess, that a lot of you still think she's hot). A surprising 28% of you wanted to dine with aristocratic pig-scum Louis IV, and amazingly, more of you would prefer to host windbag Western hack Louis L'Amour than hilarious comic Louis CK. Only one person wanted to dine with poor Louis Napoleon.

- An astonishingly large number of you are fans of Max Planck, and a heartening small number of you are fans of Tom Hanks.

- Faced with a blank option screen, an overwhelming majority of you freeze up.
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