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November 05, 2012


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Peter Principle

Meh. Seems about par for the course to me. I guess I just have high expectations when it comes to wingnuttery.


A cake-baking poll? That's a major selling point. WHY ARE YOU NOT PROMOTING THIS FEATURE MORE?


What is it about these experts on sampling and methodology that they can't type, spell, or emphasize a point without resorting to all caps?


I get the PPP polls on my computer. I guess you could wipe your ass with the monitor, but it would make it tough to read the results through the smeared poop.

Don Alberstadt

What criteria do I have to satisfy to qualify as the crazy email of the day. I think you do a great job, even when you should the collapse in Obama's voter preference after the first debate.

Supun Liyanage

I dont know know how you guys put up with these weirdos

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