>Multiple Choice Compulsion

18 Oct

>Found at Technorati:Why solicit opinion when you can drive it?

That third option, by the way, is not a chance to express your thoughts; the choice is exactly as presented. But that, the most neutral available, was leading 55 to 45 percent.

Next quiz question, and this one counts towards your final score: Who was Emmanuel Goldstein?


2 Responses to “>Multiple Choice Compulsion”

  1. Stranger 19 October 2010 at 3:31 am #

    >How about a multiple choice answer? The Emmanuel Goldstein in 1984? The one who worked with radioactives at Alamagordo? The correspondent for France Presse who was killed in Germany in 1933?A misspelling for the Emmanuel Goldsteen who owned the Tienda Azul (blue front store)?Those are the ones that come to mind, but I am sure there are more.Stranger

  2. Roberta X 19 October 2010 at 6:12 am #

    >Aww, you peeked! Hint: he seems to have something in common with Ms. Palin.

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