MyDearFriend wrote:I can't believe I'm taking shit from a meat-cake-with-teeth. :lol:
theCryptofishist wrote:On a scale of -5 to +5 rate the change in attitude when offered a refreshing beverage with the questionaire.
Savannah wrote:DustyBubbles, you'll want to make sure your survey has a mailing address (if safe) or is short enough that you stand a good chance of getting it back. And make sure you don't hold up traffic. Sometimes the line moves suddenly. Though not usually.
theCryptofishist wrote:Would it be worth talking to someone from exodus to see how to safely (or as safely as possible) do this? Or does the pulsing really take care of that...
theCryptofishist wrote:And Dusty Bubbles, you're doing real well at understanding intent. We often wrap up our advise in snark, and you're hearing both, but not letting the snark drive you away from the pointers. Not entry level internet board participation. Thank you
Something I like about the questionnaire is that even if a person doesn't send it back, they might get a laugh and/or quiz the person next to them in the vehicle, and have some amusing conversations.
wh..sh wrote:Lonesomebri wrote:What is your password and/or PIN number?
Clever move to just slip it in there.
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