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  1. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    Originally Posted by mckeomat
    Hey TPGO, what about:

    'my favourite moderator is...'

    It's potentially controversial and it allows you to include an option related to yourself
    what about:

    'my favourite administrator is...'

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    Originally Posted by Baldrick
    'my favourite administrator is...'
    1. Baldrick
    2. Owner of Vcdhelp.us
    3. tgpo should be one
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    How about a poll of the best tgpo poll
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  4. How about a Poll

    Do you vote in polls.

    1. Yes
    2. No

    Should be quite a 1 sided vote :hahaha: :hahaha: :hahaha:
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  5. I mentioned this in passing while doing another poll (my favorite administrator), but wanted to put it here as well....

    How about a poll for the people with avatars to explain the significance of them. Or a combination of their avatar and user name.

    Mine is macleod, and if no one guessed it, it is because I am a HUGE highlander fan.
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    Your eating habits are best described as:
    a. Omnivorous
    b. Vegetarian
    c. Vegan
    d. Carnivorous
    e. See-food diet, anything that doesn't eat me first
    f. Pizza
    g. tgpo's Cannibal Diner (so that's why his avatar has no flesh...)
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    Originally Posted by deadmonty
    How about:

    I Own CCE

    1. Because it's really worth spending $2000 to backup my own DVDs
    2. Because it's really worth spending $2000 to backup Blockbuster's DVDs
    2. Because my company bought it for me
    3. I pretend I bought it just to appease the Moderators
    LOL!
    Best one yet.
    Please, please, please moderator-people
    tgpo, my real dad, told me to make a maximum of 5,806 posts on vcdhelp.com in one lifetime. So I have.
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  8. I was writing some comments in another forum and though I'd pass it along here. We all have stories about rebates. Maybe a poll to see which company stinks at doing rebates (always trying to screw you over). Its a toss up between Office Max and Compusa. Figured would use stores vs. individual vendors.
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    I bought a cd-rom drive with a mail in rebate. THe company never sent it to me, but Circuit City gave it to me, in cash. In the end they paid me $9.99 to take the cd-rom from them . I never did get the company's rebate.
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  10. It is a fact: VHS resolution is:

    1. 720x480
    2. 640x480
    3. 352x480
    4. 352x240
    5. 320x240

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  11. Favorite network to capture from:
    1. Cartoon Network
    2. SciFi
    3. MTV
    4. Porn channels
    5. Networks (CBS/ABC/NBC)
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    How about? How many DVD players do you have.

    Or What type of player? holds 1
    3
    5
    10
    50
    100
    200
    300
    May the force be with you.
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    How about...

    "I'm in...."

    1) Construction
    2) Medical
    3) Clerical
    4) Computers
    5) tgpo's bathtub
    etc.
    Just a thought
    Will
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    fave snacks when watching movies?

    regards,

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  15. How about:

    When alone and watching the sort of movie Blockbuster cannot provide, I eventually use:

    1. My left hand.
    2. My right hand.
    3. Both hands (aren't I lucky)
    4. The cat.

    Paul
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  16. This one should stir up controversy and should be interesting for movie fans everywhere:

    Back in 1985, when you watched Back to the Future in the movie theater, did you see "To Be Continued" at the ending?

    1. Yes, I remember it clearly just like yesterday.
    2. No, um ... I mean no.
    3. I don't recall but I'm pissed that they took it out of the recent dvd.
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    According to imdb.com there were never there. They were only added to the vhs copies..... I like questions like this....keep em' coming.

    Originally Posted by imdb.com
    DVD also cuts out the "To Be Continued..." at the end (which had been added to the VHS version)
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  18. Here's my suggestion:

    How long does it usually take you to get the shrink wrapping off a CDR?

    1. 5 seconds or less.
    2. Between 5 seconds and 30 seconds
    3. Between 30 seconds and 1 minute
    4. Between 1 minute and 3 minutes
    5. AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH!

    :P
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  19. When will the Apple MAC finally die.

    1) Its already extinct
    2) 3 Months
    3) 6 Months
    4) 12 Months
    5) It will stll be going strong in 5 years
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    Originally Posted by Oracle
    When will the Apple MAC finally die.

    1) Its already extinct
    2) 3 Months
    3) 6 Months
    4) 12 Months
    5) It will stll be going strong in 5 years
    Never! Did you get this idea from the slashdot poll?
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  21. Back in 1985, when you watched Back to the Future in the movie theater, did you see "To Be Continued" at the ending?

    1. Yes, I remember it clearly just like yesterday.
    2. No, um ... I mean no.
    3. I don't recall but I'm pissed that they took it out of the recent dvd.
    Can you still try this poll anyway. I am curious of the results.
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  22. Originally Posted by bbb
    This one should stir up controversy and should be interesting for movie fans everywhere:

    Back in 1985, when you watched Back to the Future in the movie theater, did you see "To Be Continued" at the ending?

    1. Yes, I remember it clearly just like yesterday.
    2. No, um ... I mean no.
    3. I don't recall but I'm pissed that they took it out of the recent dvd.
    This is an interesting one. I keep fighting myself to reply to it already.


    Darryl
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  23. My favourite box set is:

    1. Star Trek I to VI + The three of the "Next Generation "
    2. The Original Star Wars Trilogy
    3. Back to the Future Trilogy
    4. The Godfather Trilogy
    5. Indiana Jones pack
    6. James Bond pack
    *** My computer can beat me at chess, but is no match when it comes to kick-boxing. ***
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    Originally Posted by bbb
    Back in 1985, when you watched Back to the Future in the movie theater, did you see "To Be Continued" at the ending?

    1. Yes, I remember it clearly just like yesterday.
    2. No, um ... I mean no.
    3. I don't recall but I'm pissed that they took it out of the recent dvd.
    Can you still try this poll anyway. I am curious of the results.
    I just might.
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    In one of the forums someone asked what type of pens people used to label their discs. It got quite the response...sharpie, staedtler lumocolor etc. Is it Poll worthy?

    Accepted 3/3/03
    "Art is making something out of nothing and selling it." - Frank Zappa
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    Originally Posted by ZippyP.
    In one of the forums someone asked what type of pens people used to label their discs. It got quite the response...sharpie, staedtler lumocolor etc. Is it Poll worthy?
    Give me more 'real' options. I just use a sharpie, and I can think of many funny ones, but I need as many "real" options as you can think of.
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    Originally Posted by ZippyP.
    In one of the forums someone asked what type of pens people used to label their discs. It got quite the response...sharpie, staedtler lumocolor etc. Is it Poll worthy?
    For crying out loud, where's the fun/interest in that?
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    I thought this was interesting: https://www.videohelp.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=145831
    Esp. the labels vs. markers debate.
    "Art is making something out of nothing and selling it." - Frank Zappa
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    TGPO,
    How would you go about starting a poll to see who uses what for VCD-SVCD, with what processor, and a particular package ( conversion), with a particular movie DVD? It would have to be the same DVD, as it wouldn't mean much if you did a 4 hour movie and I did a 2 hour movie, and others did something totally different.
    I've been using DVDx and getting fair results, with about a 5-6 hour, from the disk, render time, SVCD, defaults for almost all.
    Personally, I'd suggest Harry Potter, as anyone who has kids probably has the DVD, besides which, I like the movie.
    Things are too complicated to setup in some of the packages in the guides on the site. Also some of the integrated packages, Gordian Knot, etc.
    Are there settings in DVDx that would speed things up, and still, or, maybe give better output than my defaults?
    I would like to know if my render times are adequate, or if I'm going thru a whole bunch of motions that cause me to fall asleep half way thru.
    I'd be grateful if you could advise.
    George
    BTW; A sharpie has never spun off any of my disks at 48X, so that's my vote.
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