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In a tip of my hat to a great article by bobf++, I'd like to see the following poll:

What makes you go all PerlMonks over something?

  • A seemingly simple question like: How many colors does a rainbow have?
  • Asking the wrong question, and an unwavering belief that its answer is THE solution.
  • Self proclaimed, clearly-wrong, experts that no amount of evidence can sway.
  • When people don't agree with me.
  • PEOPLE - Any interactions with people.
  • Hold-on! You mean there are other states of being?

    In reply to Re: poll ideas quest 2009 by cmv
    in thread poll ideas quest 2009 by pollsters

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