Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 32369
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
2019/01/18 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular

2004/7/20 [Computer/SW] UID:32369 Activity:high
7/20    What does this movie poll from the daily cal website say about
        This week's poll results
        What was the best movie of the summer?
        43% Fahrenheit 9/11
        0%  Napoleon Dynamite
        33% Spider Man 2
        5%  White Chicks
        19% Other
        \_ continue to be more boring!
        This week's poll results
        What was the best movie of the summer?
        43% Fahrenheit 9/11
        0%  Napoleon Dynamite
        33% Spider Man 2
        5%  White Chicks
        19% Other
        \_ What does this attempt at trolling say about the motd?
           \_ Please define troll.
              \_ He's citing the results of an ONLINE WEB POLL and trying to
                 imply that this "says something" about Cal.  Obvious attempt
                 at kicking up yet another content-free flamefest about
                 Michael Moore and probably the evilllllll liburul Cal student
                 \_ hell, our own darin already said f9/11 "may be the most
                    important film of this decade", likely before he even saw
                    the film, and we're just in 2004.  talk about hyperbole.
        \_ Whether or not you like F911, comparing it to those other movies
           in a poll seems like lousy statistical methodology.
        \_ I was just gonna say that Cal kids have no taste, but hey.
        \_ GUYS.  This is a WEB POLL.  An anonymous WEB POLL.  You aren't
           THAT dumb, are you?  I mean, christ, its on the Daily Cal web site.
           \_ anonymous WEB POLLs today, tomorrow the world is run by a
              communist dictatorship!  Don't you see, CAN'T YOU SEE IT?!?
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