And I know that you're probably against him doing it, but it's more of a tradition for polls in the Geek's Lounge as the 'no opinion' answer. ;)
I see. I understand. But, I do not agree with this "tradition" as you deem it and obviously those who make final decisions here on such matters do not either. Obviously, the original poster\ Poll-maker did not appreciate it. So, rationalize that, please.
And, Please note: read the thread carefully; the problem I had was with the throwing around of the derogatory statements about "gays". As to the altered poll-- that is just an immature annoyance in my opinion and also not proper. Wombats? :-| A unique poll can be easily posted for all of those in on this inside joke of sorts to vote on.
This kid was posting a poll about favorite musicians of his, not "wombats".
Not everyone in this World observes other's "traditions".
It's more of a tradition for polls in the Geek's Lounge as the 'no opinion' answer. ;)
Yeah, that was about the size of it- just a few drops of levity in this churning sea of technicality; I'd never muck with a serious post.
But, as it turns out, it seems that a "Ricky vs. Enrique" poll is a serious post. ;)
I'm tempted to elaborate on my *cough* feelings about this, but I won't...
I like binary numbers, but that wasn't an option...
What's different about binary numbers? numbers are numbers. binary is just a representation, binary numbers can be odd/even/random/zero/all/unlikeable just as much as decimal ones or octal or hexadecimal etc.. blah...
0 (zero) is both a number — or, more precisely, a numeral representing a number — and a numerical digit. It represents the concept of nothing; an absence of other values, and is used as a placeholder in place value systems. Zero was the last digit to be incorporated in most numeral systems. In the English language, zero may also be called nil when a number, o/oh when a numeral, and nought/naught in either context.
My favorite number is the smallest uninteresting positive integer.
If some positive integers are uninteresting, then there must be a smallest positive uninteresting integer. But this unique characteristic its very self makes that number interesting. So there can be no smallest uninteresting positive integer.
I'd like to give a big shout out to Solitary Numbers. I'd like to be their friend but they're not having any of it.
They are so much more interesting than Friendly Numbers though ... friendly pairs are just so much into each other they don't have time for anyone else.