Pigtails on adult women? I'm not telling the prompting of this poll because I don't want the answers to be skewed by any story or anything that I write.
Pigtails on adult women?
Who cares? It's her hair.
I saw a question by a Facebook friend asking if you were hired to write two to three sentences for the first person on Mars to say, what would they be? Somebody then linked to an article about the BBC basically asking the same thing. The BBC said that it would take a minimum of three minutes for the message to reach earth and it could take up to a maximum of twenty minutes, so in essence, those words would be uttered silently. Which ones do you like or do you have another suggestion? (Things in parentheses are not said, they are just commentary).
Which of these do you like for the first words said on Mars?
Buzz, Mars is no longer waiting. We have arrived.
That's one small step for mankind. One giant leap for man's destiny.
Humankind has changed its landscape and with luck it's point of view.
With these first few steps taken, we are all Martians, now.
I hope this looks better on camera, because walking on this soundstage this scenery looks fake as hell. No one is going to buy this.
(with dedication to David Bowie) The stars look very different today. The earth is blue and there's nothing I can do.
(with dedication to David Bowie)
There's a starman waiting in the sky Hed like to come and meet us But he thinks he'd blow our minds There's a starman waiting in the sky
We as a race step foot on this planet in peace not war
Why has it taken so long to take the next giant leap for humanity?
Here Rover... come on boy!
I've made a huge mistake.
Another small step for man along the path of knowledge and as I stand on Mars I look towards the outer planets and the stars beyond
I have another suggestion (Please put it in the comments)
If you want to check out more, Here's the BBC article
or just search the hashtag #BBCMars on Twitter
I know it isn't in an official poll format, but I want you to have room to tell me, so use the comments. What is the most absurd thing that you have ever seen?
Do you view the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States as " transferring power from Washington, D.C. and giving it back to you, the people"?
"For too long, a small group in our nation's capital has reaped the rewards of government while the people have borne the cost. " Agree or disagree?
"Rusted-out factories [are] scattered like tombstones across the landscape of our nation." Agree or disagree?
Do you agree that "an education system flush with cash but which leaves our young and beautiful students deprived of all knowledge"?
President Trump said that "carnage" existed in the nation. Do you see carnage as occurring where you live?
Do you believe that "America's infrastructure has fallen into disrepair and decay"?
"Protection [i.e. trade policies that encourage Americans to buy American products] will lead to great prosperity and strength." Do you agree or disagree?
Are you optimistic or pessimistic about a Trump presidency?
- Location:in the bedroom
- Music:All-American Rejects-"The Future Has Arrived"
Jelly Beans or Getting Caught in the Pouring Rain?
Getting Caught in the Pouring Rain
Milk Bone or Rocket Science
Home Security System or Vampire?
Home Security System
Gas Station Bathroom or Fluffy Kitten?
Gas Station Bathroom
If (God forbid) your spouse/significant other was to pass away before you, assuming a suitable period of grieving had occurred, would you be open to the idea of finding a new romantic partner?
Yes and I would actively seek one out
Yes, but I wouldn't actively seek one out. But if I happened to meet someone and we clicked then that would be fine.
Hmm, I'm not sure how I'd feel about that,
It's highly unlikely, but anything is possible
If (God forbid) you passed away before your spouse/significant other, how do you feel about the idea of him/her finding a new romantic partner (after a suitable period of grieving)?
I'm fine with the idea
I'm a little uncomfortable with the idea, but I think I'd be okay with it
I'm not sure how I feel about the idea
I don't think I'd like that
The notion of him/her doing so offends me
As you think about the previous two poll questions, please select any of the statements below that you agree with.
If I was gone, I would want my spouse/s.o. to be happy, and if someone else made him/her happy, then I'm okay with that
I would worry about my spouse/s.o. being lonely or not being cared for after I was gone, so I hope that he/she would find someone new
I don't know why, but the idea of my spouse/s.o. being with someone else, even after I was gone, makes me feel sad
I don't know why, but the idea of my spouse/s.o. being with someone else, even after I was gone, makes me feel hurt
I don't know why, but the idea of my spouse/s.o. being with someone else, even after I was gone, makes me feel angry
My s.o. doesn't want me to be with anyone new after he/she is gone
My s.o. doesn't want me to be with anyone new after he/she is gone, but I think he/she is just kidding
If my spouse/s.o. died, it would feel weird for me to be with someone new
If my spouse/s.o. died, it would feel like I was cheating to be with someone new
Even though my spouse/s.o. might be okay with the idea, I would not want to find someone new after my spouse/s.o.was gone
- Location:Chilliwack, BC
- Music:The Crash Test Dummies-"At My Funeral"
Do you think that the lesser hours of daylight (such as occur in the months of November to January in the northern hemisphere) produces a higher proportion of sadness generally among people?
When the days become shorter (i.e. fewer hours of daylight) does that tend to cause an increase in feelings of sadness for you personally?
If you believe that fewer hours of daylight increases the level of sadness in you and/or in others generally, why do you think that is? (Select all that apply)
I don't agree with the premise of this question
I believe that decreased amounts of sunlight affect chemicals in the brain that increase feelings of sadness
It is because shorter days occur during periods of cold weather and this makes people feel sad
It is psychsomatic. People are told that shorter days causes sadness and this belief causes them to feel sad
The season of less sunlight generally corresponds with rainier seasons, and the rainy weather causes people to feel sad
During this time of year people tend to get less exercise, and this results in a brain chemistry that is more conducive to feelings of sadness
People wear bulkier clothing during this type of weather, which makes them appear less attractive, resulting in a decrease in libido and greater sadness
Like animals approaching hibernation, people have a tendency towards feelings of lethargy at this time of year
Many people are affected by Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
It's all part of God's grand plan
Aliens are controlling our brains
It's all Trump's fault
Some other reason that I'll mention in a comment
If you could be given one of these three things in whatever proportion or amount that you desired, which would you choose?
The love of someone special
As much money as I wanted
Fame, as much as I wanted, and the kind of fame that I wanted
Who do you predict will win the 2016 election and by how many electoral votes? (270 of 538 needed to win)
Clinton by over 350 electoral votes
Clinton wiith 326 to 350 electoral votes
Clinton with 301 to 325 electoral votes
Clinton with 291 to 300 electoral votes
Clinton with 281 to 290 electoral votes
Clinton with 270 to 280 electoral votes
Trump with 270 to 280 electoral votes
Trump with 281 to 290 electoral votes
Trump with 291 to 300 electoral votes
Trump with 301 to 325 electoral votes
Trump with 326 to 350 electoral votes
Trump with over 350 electoral votes
Hypothetical: Someone you know tells you they are voting for Donald Trump. Your reaction:
You think more highly of the person
You think less of the person
It doesn't affect what you think of the person in the least