October 30th, 2007


It might not seem like much to you, but polls like my last one are quite intriguing to me. As of this writing, the results sit at 43% set radio favorites the way I do, 46% set stations in numerical order of preference, 4% don’t set favorites, and 7% don’t listen to the radio.

While I realize the poll has a margin of error and also cannot be used to determine the preferences of the nation or world at large, it’s still a good reminder to me.

See, while it’s logical to think “Not everyone thinks the same way I do,” I don’t tend to act on that assumption. I tend to think my way is the only way (or the right way) and when I’m faced with a different outlook, it boggles my mind. Even a silly little poll about how people set their radio favorites can help me remember that kind of thing. If I’m reminded enough, I might eventually take it to heart and start operating under that ruleset.

The sooner the better, right?

2 Comments on “Results”

  1. The Big Guy says:

    We still like you how you are. "Special" if you know what I mean. ;-)

  2. M. Kate says:

    Nice, Lee.

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