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

There is absolutely nothing in this poll about "Spider-Man 3"

I swear, someday I will compile this information and use it to write a fatuous, David-Brooks-esque "what America is like today" book based on incredibly broad generalizations drawn from your poll answers...

Poll #980184 Poll of the Moon

Who "won" the Republican candidates' debate, in the sense of coming across the least like a jackass?

Rudy Giuliani
0(0.0%)
Mitt Romney
1(1.9%)
Mike Huckabee
0(0.0%)
Duncan Hunter
0(0.0%)
John McCain
0(0.0%)
Tom Tancredo
0(0.0%)
Sam Brownback
0(0.0%)
James Gilmore
0(0.0%)
Ron Paul
4(7.7%)
Tommy Thompson
0(0.0%)
Arnold Schwarzenegger
1(1.9%)
Ronald Reagan
8(15.4%)
they all sounded like jackasses to me
8(15.4%)
I have no interest in the debate
11(21.2%)
wait, they're debating already? the election is like a year and a half from now, for crissakes
19(36.5%)

What would be a good name for my new service startup, where I send representatives to your home to give you an orgasm that will fit into your busy schedule?

"Yourgasm"
18(34.0%)
"Tourgasm"
0(0.0%)
"Whoregasm"
0(0.0%)
"Come 2 Go"
10(18.9%)
"eGasm"
0(0.0%)
"Johnny On The Spot"
6(11.3%)
"Silas Q. McGetoff's"
4(7.5%)
"Leonard Pierce's Prostitution Racket"
11(20.8%)
it's funny, because this would be the first time you'd ever manage to give someone an orgasm
1(1.9%)
other (see Comments)
3(5.7%)

What sporting events held your interest this past week?

the early goings of baseball season
9(16.4%)
the NBA playoffs
2(3.6%)
the NHL playoffs
0(0.0%)
the Kentucky Derby
1(1.8%)
the De La Hoya/Mayweather fight
4(7.3%)
the early goings of soccer season
2(3.6%)
NASCAR
0(0.0%)
football, even though there is no football
1(1.8%)
I don't care about any of this crap
22(40.0%)
other (see Comments)
3(5.5%)

What is your primary delivery vector for music these days?

radio (terrestrial)
4(7.1%)
radio (satellite)
0(0.0%)
other broadcast service (internet radio, digital cable, etc.)
2(3.6%)
vinyl
1(1.8%)
cassette
0(0.0%)
compact disc
8(14.3%)
mp3
36(64.3%)
live performance
0(0.0%)
humming to myself
4(7.1%)
other (see Comments)
1(1.8%)

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