Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator (ludickid) wrote,
Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator
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This is so much more fun than tracking down photographs of bands no one has ever heard of

Happy Friday! Eat this!

Poll #740733 Friday Poll, or, For My Geekles

What DC comics character witha June birthday would throw the best party

Hawkman (June 1), because alien bird-men know how to RIP SHIT UP, dude
6(10.9%)
Shrinking Violet (June 3), because dykes always throw good parties
6(10.9%)
Weather Wizard (June 4), because you could have it outside
15(27.3%)
John Cloud (June 9), because he's a Loser, and he'd be so grateful you even came he'd probably give YOU a present
2(3.6%)
Clark Kent (June 18), because Superman blah blah blah
4(7.3%)
Hawkgirl (June 19), because she's hot
7(12.7%)
The Pied Piper (June 22), because he'd toot on that gay-ass horn and you could punch him in the face
5(9.1%)
I have no time for these nerd questions, fat boy
10(18.2%)

If someone says "Brooklyn", do you feel compelled to shout something in return?

Yes. Yes, I do.
8(13.8%)
Sometimes. But only "What?!?" or "Bo! Bo! Bo!", and then only if I've had a couple.
11(19.0%)
Am I on a subway? Because if so, yes, I was actually trying to get to Queens.
4(6.9%)
No. No, I do not.
18(31.0%)
I don't even know what this question means.
17(29.3%)

Select.

Alban Berg, "Wozzeck"
1(1.9%)
Aaron Copland, "Billy the Kid"
2(3.8%)
Benjamin Britten, "Peter Grimes"
0(0.0%)
Conlon Nancarrow, "Studies for Player Piano"
0(0.0%)
Olivier Messiaen, "Turangalila-Symphonie"
0(0.0%)
George Crumb, "Black Angels"
2(3.8%)
Gustav Holst, "The Planets"
6(11.5%)
Harry Partch, "Delusion of the Fury"
0(0.0%)
Igor Stravinsky, "The Rite of Spring"
7(13.5%)
John Adams, "Nixon in China"
4(7.7%)
Maurice Durufle, "Requiem"
0(0.0%)
Morton Feldman, "Rothko Chapel"
1(1.9%)
Ottorino Respighi, "Pini di Roma"
0(0.0%)
Steve Reich, "Come Out"
1(1.9%)
Give me my Vines records back, please
5(9.6%)

What's your favorite disputed presidential election?

Jefferson vs. Adams, 1800 (the electoral college goes off the rails)
4(6.9%)
Adams vs. Jackson, 1824 (the less popular candidate wins)
0(0.0%)
Van Buren/Johnson, 1836 (the "Black Bastard" election)
0(0.0%)
Grant vs. Greeley, 1872 (the electoral college goes off the rails again)
1(1.7%)
Hayes vs. Tilden, 1876 (Republican presidental election theft, the prequel)
6(10.3%)
Cleveland vs. Harrison, 1888 (the tarriff split)
1(1.7%)
Kennedy vs. Nixon, 1960 (the dead arise and vote)
7(12.1%)
Bush vs. Gore, 2000 (the GOP steals the election in Florida)
15(25.9%)
Bush vs. Kerry, 2004 (the GOP steals the election in Ohio)
3(5.2%)
Bush vs. Clinton, 2008 (the GOP steals the election in Iran)
2(3.4%)
Bushtron VII vs. Democritus Alpha-Prime, 2564 (the GOP steals the election on the third moon of Cygnus 6)
9(15.5%)
Where's the Phillipines? Where's Belarus? Where's Ukraine?
1(1.7%)
Okay, I know WHERE they are, I mean that they're underrepresented in this poll, you Yankeecentrist bastard
3(5.2%)
I'm too bored with this poll to even get past this option
2(3.4%)
George Washington vs. nobody, 1789
4(6.9%)

What crazy conspiracy theory (of any kind) do you most wish was true?

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