Ganga wrote:I feel that there is a little chaos already built into most polls anyway.
So you're the one who voted "random"?
I don't take polls too seriously. Aren't they just meant to be fun? I'll vote even if I haven't experienced all of the options (though I won't vote if I've experienced none of them).
pkt77242 wrote:I vote if I feel that I can be helpful or have a decent level of experience with the question... So I say use your best judgement.
Agree 100% with you, Sean.
The nature of any number of polls often precludes one's ability to offer a totally comprehensive response.
But this fact alone should not necessarily prevent the offering of one's takes on those posted options one does have experience with.
After all, isn't a forum all about sharing good knowledge and solidly based opinions?
Swedish Chef wrote:I usually vote, but will write in my post that I've only tried X number of the options.
I'm much the same - I will usually vote if I have experience with a few of the options, but I'll make clear that that is what I am doing. I think a partial opinion can be relevant, as long as people know that that is what you are doing.
Some Whisky is not always available worldwide, and I would rather vote and comment on the ones I know than ignore a poll someone may have put a lot of effort into.
Of course if I have no experience with the subject, I just lurk on the sidelines without polling and see what information will be shared.
PS: And I always delight in whatever gems Mr Tattieheid comes up with!
Are you saying "should Mr. T be allowed to vote in polls with more than one option?"
or "should we have polls at all?"
either way, my answer would be "yes and no".
Oh I getcha! You mean "If the poll was "should we have polls" would Mr. T vote?
Actually, the poll question "When should you vote on this forum?"
is a bit misleading.
It either suggests "Before or after midnight?"
or "when drunk or sober?"
Sorry, it's been one of those days...
p_elliott wrote:This is a stupid poll, if the options don't fit I don't I don't vote. Just like this one.
Not sure how long you've been reading the polls, but I think the question is a rather good one, and one to judge how people behave towards polls in the forum.
I went for the don't vote unless I've tried them all. Which is probably why I'm not that active on this page, as I don't have the years of trying whiskey behind me.
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