View Poll Results: Do you give honest asnwers in Clubsnap Polls ?

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Thread: Do you give honest answers in Clubsnap Polls ?

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    Default Do you give honest answers in Clubsnap Polls ?

    as the title

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    mod, why are u creating a boliao thread in this section?? create and move to kopitiam lar.

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    Default Truth Lies

    I dun particiate at all

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    Here's a philosophical question . . . how do you interpret the results of this poll if the pollers lie?

    Did I vote yes/no by giving an honest response? Or did I vote yes/no to give a dishonest answer.

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    Originally posted by the_tick
    Here's a philosophical question . . . how do you interpret the results of this poll if the pollers lie?

    Did I vote yes/no by giving an honest response? Or did I vote yes/no to give a dishonest answer.
    "Yes", oophs, I mean "No", "No" means "Yes", and "Yes" and "No", whatever lah! This is so silly!

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    Originally posted by the_tick
    Here's a philosophical question . . . how do you interpret the results of this poll if the pollers lie?

    Did I vote yes/no by giving an honest response? Or did I vote yes/no to give a dishonest answer.
    headache....

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    * togu always speaks the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth...

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    It gets even more complicated . . .
    In theory all votes should be "yes"
    as the honest pollers will vote "yes" and the dishonest pollers (who should vote "no") will give a dishonest answer and vote "yes."

    So if everyone voted "yes" then either everyone is an honest poller or at least one person is lying.

    Evidently this is not the case! Some pollers are being dishonest about being dishonest; in other words, lying about lying and voting "no" when they should be dishonest and vote "yes". While some honest pollers are actually being dishonest and voting "no."

    The effect is compounded even more by the
    1) pollers who are dishonest about being dishonest about their dishonesty.
    2) pollers who are honest about being dishonest about their dishonesty.
    3) pollers who are dishonest about being honest about their dishonesty.
    4) pollers who are honest about being honest about their dishonesty.
    5) pollers who are dishonest about being dishonest about their honesty.
    6) pollers who are honest about being dishonest about their honesty
    7) pollers who are dishonest about being honest about their honesty.
    8) pollers who are honest about being honest about their honesty

    Of course this is all compounded ad infinitum.

    I'll leave it to rueyloon to interpret the results.

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    Originally posted by the_tick
    It gets even more complicated . . .
    In theory all votes should be "yes"
    as the honest pollers will vote "yes" and the dishonest pollers (who should vote "no") will give a dishonest answer and vote "yes."

    So if everyone voted "yes" then either everyone is an honest poller or at least one person is lying.

    Evidently this is not the case! Some pollers are being dishonest about being dishonest; in other words, lying about lying and voting "no" when they should be dishonest and vote "yes". While some honest pollers are actually being dishonest and voting "no."

    The effect is compounded even more by the
    1) pollers who are dishonest about being dishonest about their dishonesty.
    2) pollers who are honest about being dishonest about their dishonesty.
    3) pollers who are dishonest about being honest about their dishonesty.
    4) pollers who are honest about being honest about their dishonesty.
    5) pollers who are dishonest about being dishonest about their honesty.
    6) pollers who are honest about being dishonest about their honesty
    7) pollers who are dishonest about being honest about their honesty.
    8) pollers who are honest about being honest about their honesty

    Of course this is all compounded ad infinitum.

    I'll leave it to rueyloon to interpret the results.

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    Originally posted by the_tick
    It gets even more complicated . . .
    In theory all votes should be "yes"
    as the honest pollers will vote "yes" and the dishonest pollers (who should vote "no") will give a dishonest answer and vote "yes."

    So if everyone voted "yes" then either everyone is an honest poller or at least one person is lying.

    Evidently this is not the case! Some pollers are being dishonest about being dishonest; in other words, lying about lying and voting "no" when they should be dishonest and vote "yes". While some honest pollers are actually being dishonest and voting "no."

    The effect is compounded even more by the
    1) pollers who are dishonest about being dishonest about their dishonesty.
    2) pollers who are honest about being dishonest about their dishonesty.
    3) pollers who are dishonest about being honest about their dishonesty.
    4) pollers who are honest about being honest about their dishonesty.
    5) pollers who are dishonest about being dishonest about their honesty.
    6) pollers who are honest about being dishonest about their honesty
    7) pollers who are dishonest about being honest about their honesty.
    8) pollers who are honest about being honest about their honesty

    Of course this is all compounded ad infinitum.

    I'll leave it to rueyloon to interpret the results.
    wahhhh so are you being honest with your honesty here or dishonest about your dishonesty?
    *faint*

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    This reminds me of discrete maths back in my uni days. This poll ends up being a contradiction if we assume that we are either always honest or always dishonest.

    Last edited by cyke; 3rd July 2003 at 05:50 PM.

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    come on, let's all go take some photographs. it's a far easier thing to do...

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    Originally posted by the_tick
    It gets even more complicated . . .
    In theory all votes should be "yes"
    as the honest pollers will vote "yes" and the dishonest pollers (who should vote "no") will give a dishonest answer and vote "yes."

    So if everyone voted "yes" then either everyone is an honest poller or at least one person is lying.

    Evidently this is not the case! Some pollers are being dishonest about being dishonest; in other words, lying about lying and voting "no" when they should be dishonest and vote "yes". While some honest pollers are actually being dishonest and voting "no."

    The effect is compounded even more by the
    1) pollers who are dishonest about being dishonest about their dishonesty.
    2) pollers who are honest about being dishonest about their dishonesty.
    3) pollers who are dishonest about being honest about their dishonesty.
    4) pollers who are honest about being honest about their dishonesty.
    5) pollers who are dishonest about being dishonest about their honesty.
    6) pollers who are honest about being dishonest about their honesty
    7) pollers who are dishonest about being honest about their honesty.
    8) pollers who are honest about being honest about their honesty

    Of course this is all compounded ad infinitum.

    I'll leave it to rueyloon to interpret the results.

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    Originally posted by the_tick
    It gets even more complicated . . .
    In theory all votes should be "yes"
    as the honest pollers will vote "yes" and the dishonest pollers (who should vote "no") will give a dishonest answer and vote "yes."

    So if everyone voted "yes" then either everyone is an honest poller or at least one person is lying.

    Evidently this is not the case! Some pollers are being dishonest about being dishonest; in other words, lying about lying and voting "no" when they should be dishonest and vote "yes". While some honest pollers are actually being dishonest and voting "no."

    The effect is compounded even more by the
    1) pollers who are dishonest about being dishonest about their dishonesty.
    2) pollers who are honest about being dishonest about their dishonesty.
    3) pollers who are dishonest about being honest about their dishonesty.
    4) pollers who are honest about being honest about their dishonesty.
    5) pollers who are dishonest about being dishonest about their honesty.
    6) pollers who are honest about being dishonest about their honesty
    7) pollers who are dishonest about being honest about their honesty.
    8) pollers who are honest about being honest about their honesty

    Of course this is all compounded ad infinitum.

    I'll leave it to rueyloon to interpret the results.
    You should rename yourself to...




    the_sick

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