THIS is a bad poll (explain)
For the fingers on the right hand question:
If I was born with a genetic defect and I have two right arms and two right hands, but one right hand has 5 fingers while the other has three, I would have to say "Other"
If I have six fingers on my right hand, I would obviously then have 5 fingers on it, so technically I could say "Yes" but it is an inadequate response while saying "no" would be totally wrong and thus is not an option.
EDIT: Example of having extra left arm:
Last edited by Tucker Case; 04-07-09 at 06:56 PM.
Like I said, its going nowhere.
The biggest question I have is why is it that some people are so opposed to posting an "other" option in their polls?
Did an "other" option rape their horses, burn their women and ride off on their village -or something like that- when they were kids permanently scarring them emotionally to such a degree that they now have made it their life's work to seek out ways to eradicate the option off of the face of the planet?
Or are they just averse to allowing for the possibility that their black and white view of things just may not be the reality?
I think it absolutely has to be the former, as the latter just seems far too unlikely. Like a unicorn ridden by a leprechaun battling a dragon for the virtue of a 25-year-old hot blond virgin kind of unlikely.
Ok then I give up my arguments.
I learned something then. I guess I'll add other to every poll I make.