The Mad Poller What Polls at Midnight (maeincarnate) wrote,
The Mad Poller What Polls at Midnight
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It's Friday Poll Time!

Poll #1508854 Friday! Friday!! Friday!!!

popespydie -- Will christmas ever be as special as it was when we were kids?

No, and it's not supposed to be. It is our responsibility to make Christmas as special, if not moreso, for the children in our lives than it was for us.
2(33.3%)
The presents we received as kids provided fun for the hours upon hours a day we could commit to their use. Now we spend as much time diddling with Excel than we did with Legos, and getting spreadsheets at Christmastime isn't a gift, it's work.
1(16.7%)
Think about how easy it was to come up with things you wanted for Christmas when you were a kid and how hard it is now when if you want something, you just buy it. In order to reclaim that magic, we all need to lose our jobs and get sugar daddies.
2(33.3%)
Somewhere along the line, someone convinced us that Christmas decorations, carols, and other aspects of Christmas preparation were "annoying" and "irritating" instead of the wonderful harbingers of joy and wonder we once thought they were.
1(16.7%)

eideteker -- I am finally a college graduate. What should I do now?

Begin the lifelong quest to figure out uses for much if any of the things you learned in order to earn that degree.
1(16.7%)
Get your expensive piece of paper framed, hang it on your wall, and get back to work.
2(33.3%)
Spend all of your new time gained now that you don't have to study and do homework to some hobby that you will spend all of your increased income on, and wish you could be doing instead of whatever job you got the degree in order to land.
0(0.0%)
Make sure to mention it in conversation as much as possible. Start sentences with "well, as a recent college graduate, I..." or "Speaking as a recent college graduate..."
3(50.0%)

pooplord -- What does it say about me that I still know all the lyrics to "Informer" by Snow?

The same thing it said hundreds of years ago there were people that had committed segments of the Canterbury Tales to memory: Snow is the Chaucer of our time.
0(0.0%)
That you're a normal human being. Everybody has something they can still recite backwards and forwards after all these years. I know every word of Sir Mix-a-Lot's Rippin'; my friend The Keg has been known to perform a one-man version of Caddyshack.
3(50.0%)
You could have a lucrative career as a Canadian dancehall interpreter.
0(0.0%)
It's probably time to put some new music on your iPod.
3(50.0%)

renob423 -- today at work, there was a dead headless adult pigeon in my immediate work area when i got there. is this grosser or not as gross as the bee graveyard unovered in the wall? which would you rather clean up? (and no, i didn't have to clean up the bird).

Dead headless pigeon. I've got a cat so I'm used to this sort of thing.
0(0.0%)
Bee graveyard. Those bees were so long dead they were practically dust. No chance of encountering maggots or any other, extra living bugs.
1(16.7%)
Dead headless pigeon. Cleanup requirements: a rubber glove (or paper towel) and an outdoor trash can. Versus a dustpan, broom, chopstick and vacuum cleaner.
3(50.0%)
Bee graveyard. Who says anybody has to clean it up? Put the switchplate back on and call it a day.
2(33.3%)

My buddy who writes a comic review blog over at Comic-per-day (plug!) Is excited about many fanboy movies slated to come out in 2010. If I could slip into a time machine or other device that would allow me to forget all of the geek movies that sounded like they'd be awesome but turned out be steaming turds, I may be able to muster up some genuine excitement for them. However, we all know at least one or more of them is going to make Ang Lee's Hulk look like Iron Man. Which of the following movies will blow the hardest?

Hollywood to the Public: Really, we're out of ideas:

The Karate Kid. Produced by Will and Jada Pinkett-Smith, starring their son. Featuring: not karate.
1(16.7%)
Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps. Featuring forced-"star" Shia LeBeouf in a sequel to a movie that's old enough to buy it's own beer.
2(33.3%)
The Little Fockers. A third sequel should make it funny, we swear.
2(33.3%)
The Spy Next Door. "Funny" Jackie Chan AND George Lopez?!?! How can we lose?
1(16.7%)

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