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I dunno .. I'd hate to be scrambling, "Gotta answer the poll, the questions gonna be pulled in the next 18 hours".

The way it works now is fine .. someone notices that the existing poll is kinda old and they scrounge around in the bit bucket for some suitable replacement. Y'know, kind of like Co-Operative Anarchy.

I guess it's kind of a Zen thing.

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