This week's poll isn't so much about paintball as it is about satisfying my curiosity. The subject is VFTD and the stuff posted. I'm curious about which features or sorts of subjects are of the most interest to you lazy slackers out there. Honestly the results are unlikely to make a big difference as I post about what I'm interested in--what else am I gonna do?--try to pander to the whims of you lot?--I don't think so. The place where the results might matter is in frequency of certain kinds of posts or even dropping a feature or two depending on how much I like doing it. If I'm having a good time with something then you can skip a day every once in a while and it won't hurt my feelings. The options run from the general to the specific and once again include the (dreaded) "Other." And (once again) if you pick other please take a minute to comment on what you had in mind in the comments section. (I know, it's probably a futile request, and some comedian will click on other 'cus it's so damned funny, but I am the eternal optimist. Yeah, right.) Anyway, for all those times you didn't bother to click on a reax option and didn't post a comment when you were thinking about it take a second (or two) and cast a vote.
The Monday Poll in Review
I need to come up with a poll topic that will prove divisive and get you lot voting. It seems that once again the early trend was united and consistent. 2 of every 3 votes didn't think the change of venue would have any real effect on World Cup and the bulk of the votes that thought it would be a matter of perception more than reality for the crowd who have never been to a non-Disney WC. Otherwise a remarkably small group expressed any concern over the change with 8% claiming they would be willing to pay more in order to keep Cup at Disney. I'm not sure how much stock to put in those votes as it isn't going to happen or be a real option but it was interesting that most of the will pay more votes were for the larger amount. Even so, I think it's informative that so few chose any of the "yes" options when it would have been an easy way to express real displeasure at the venue change. At least from the not-quite-so-lazy-a-slacker voting group at VFTD the PSP doesn't have anything to worry about.
I also think this requires a follow-up poll after the fact to see what peeps thought of the actual change of venue. Hmm.