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Please take my survey (and spread the word!) [May. 27th, 2008|05:57 pm]
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Sorry if this is a bit OT, but please help make sure democrats aren't over-represented in this survey!

I’m curious about “recommendation engines”, the systems that enable Amazon and NetFlix to make recommendations like “People who bought _____ also bought ____”. I’m conducting experiments to build such a system. To do that, I need raw data. Would you help me by filling out my survey?

Click HERE to take the survey NOW (U.S. citizens only).

I’m doing this in my spare time as a hobby. I am a computer system administrator and author but this is a side-project. I’ll keep the data private and secure. I’m not collecting names or email addresses thus the data is useless to marketing companies and spammers. There is a link to a privacy policy on the survey.

All that I ask is that you answer the questions honestly.

For best results, I need to collect information from at least 10,000 people of a large variety of political, ethnic, and geographic backgrounds. Since most of my friends are in a similar political leaning, I really need help finding people outside my social circle to fill out the survey. If you could spread the word (blogs, etc.) between now and the end of June (I’m shutting off the survey on July 1, 2008).


Click HERE to take the survey NOW (U.S. citizens only).

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Volunteer with the Republican Party! [Nov. 1st, 2006|03:41 am]
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Hey all,

If you are in the Sarasota, FL area, the Republican Party of Florida would LOVE to have you walk door to door with us!

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Republican Chances in 2006 (Cross Posted In Different GOP Communities) [Nov. 14th, 2005|12:47 am]
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Some people think that b/c the 2005 elections didn't turn out so well that the Republicans are in trouble in 2006 and that they will lose the US House and the Senate.

I don't think that the Republicans, if they lose in 2006, are going to lose that badly. Read more...Collapse )
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Gloom and Doom [Jul. 1st, 2005|11:11 pm]
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Summer of 2005, Media Circus in Washington, Sequences of Events 1) Bush nominates Conservative for Supreme Court position 2) Democrats call 'Extraordinary Circumstances 3) Democrats open a Filibuster 4) Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist moves to strip Dems of the filibustering on Presidential appointments 5) Senate Minority Leader Reid and Senate Democrats institute delaying procedures and tactics and agree to block all pending legislation thus shutting down the Senate (All Hell breaks loose!). Senate Democrats pay for it at the ballot box in 2006 elections!
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(no subject) [Feb. 21st, 2005|01:23 pm]
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Join my community! :)


Sorry for spammage :)
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(no subject) [Feb. 20th, 2005|12:48 pm]
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(no subject) [Feb. 8th, 2005|11:44 pm]
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It seems ms_understood02 stretched the truth a bit in her accusations against conservative67. So please disregard all the LJ Drama bullshit she started. Okay, Thanks.
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The 'Exit Strategy' Democrats [Feb. 4th, 2005|01:31 pm]
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From The Wall Street Journal

Review & Outlook
February 3, 2005

Every so often, an American politician takes an unpopular stand for the sake of what's right... Frequently, he takes an unprincipled stand for the sake of what's popular ...Sometimes, even, he does what's right, which also happens to be popular...

Only in the rarest of instances, however, do politicians take positions that are both unpopular and unprincipled. That is where the Democratic Party leadership finds itself today on Iraq.

On Sunday, some eight million Iraqi citizens risked their lives to participate in parliamentary elections -- as vivid and moving a demonstration of democratic ideals ... Whereupon Senate Democrats Harry Reid, Ted Kennedy and John Kerry took to the airwaves to explain that it was no big deal and that it was time to start casting about for an "exit strategy." ...

So what is the Democratic Party's message on this inspiring exercise in Iraqi self-determination? First, that the election's legitimacy is questionable. Second, that its effects will be minor. Third, that America's presence in Iraq is doing more harm than good by generating terrorism and anti-Americanism where none previously existed. Fourth, that the U.S. has better things to do. Fifth, that American sacrifices in Iraq are best redeemed not by victory, but by the earliest feasible departure.

As a matter of policy, this is a manifesto for irresponsibility. Just as the postponement of elections would have been a gift to the insurgents, a timetable for withdrawal now would amount to a concession of defeat. ...

What is more astonishing, however, is the Democrats' political tone-deafness. In their indictment of Administration policy, the Senators always take care to add a few words of tribute to the American soldier. ...

Today, the Democratic Party has put itself in the awkward position of hoping to gain political advantage in the 2006 elections as a result of American wartime reverses ... This is not a place any political party should wish to be.

We understand that it is in the nature of the party of opposition to oppose. But there's no law in politics that says opposition has to be blind. ...
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This is a great article about what America has done for Iraq. [Feb. 1st, 2005|04:58 am]
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Something to do. And could someone please make a neat icon with one of these pics? [Jan. 31st, 2005|12:35 am]
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Give Terror the Finger!</font>

On January 31, 2005, in a show of solidarity with the bravery of the Iraqi people, all Americans should color their index fingers blue or purple, and give terrorism the finger.

The Iraqi elections have been a resounding success. Nearly 70% of eligible Iraqis braved threats of terrorism and voted on January 30. On January 31, we can all show our solidarity and give terrorism the finger just as nearly 10 million Iraqis did.

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