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Discussion: One and One Results

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Jan. 7, 2013
Webbie25
Men's 60
1992 posts
One and One Results
There are several things that are clear from this poll.

1. Florida needs a recount--BE SURE TO WATCH FOR HANGING CHADS WHEN YOU COUNT. Why is it Florida always needs a recount?

2. Great Lake Region-There is no way the 1-1 won there-must be massive voter fraud and ballot stuffing.

3. Men's 80 plus- how can there be that many votes? There are not that many registered players of that age!!

4. Women's 70's-90 percent for the 0-0? No Way?? Were the 1-1 precinct workers made to leave the premises so the voting machines could change the vote from 1-1 to 0-0? Gotta be sumthin'.



However, on the serious side-It is really too bad less that 30 percent voted. Voter apathy here, too. Maybe that's why they don't do this very often-It is possible that most guys don't really care, they just love to play the game.

Thanks, SSUSA
Jan. 7, 2013
Brusco
10 posts
Webbie,
Some apathy I am sure. I voted and love to play no matter what the starting count.
Jan. 7, 2013
Fabe
Men's 50
225 posts
I agree all that output and low turnout? People just want to play without all the politics! Mahalo again for the survey SSUSA. Aloha, Fabe
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