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Re: Re: This poll has:

by rsteinke (Scribe)
on Dec 28, 2002 at 19:47 UTC ( #222778=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: This poll has:
in thread This poll has:

The fact that the 'silly' choice is valid also makes the 'more than one' choice correct.

Ron Steinke rsteinke@w-link.net


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Re: Re: Re: This poll has:
by grexman (Beadle) on Dec 29, 2002 at 15:54 UTC
    No, not really (-;
    I read it later in another posting, but the "silly" option also is not valid, because if you vote for it, you are lieing because you say you did not vote. Therefore it is also invalid
    Ciao, Grex
      As I see it we have moved into fuzzy logic land with this poll.
      Obviously the answer only one correct choice is contradicted by the same answer (unless there are some non-printing characters... the source says... no... unless the answer requires a specific radio button value.).
      The next choice has a definite problem... if multiple answers are correct the only other valid answer is the opt-out poll answer, which would seem to invalid the vote.
      If there is no correct choice than the choice of it would be incorrect.
      If none of the above are correct then there must be some half state, however the excluded middle defiantly SHOULD apply here.
      All of the above would imply that the answer itself be wrong.
      And of course the choice of not choosing... which is denies its own possibility for an answer because it is a vote that clearly states the voter isn't voting.
      So I think that the answers must both be correct and incorrect at the same time... so the answer to this poll is obviously blaming the entire fiasco on Green peace... as I am sure they will have nothing to say and we can henceforth assume it to be their fault.

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