Settling Internet Arguments

Is a hotdog a sandwich? How would a dog wear pants? Could Jack have fit on that door? People online will argue about the big things and the little things. Some of these arguments return again and again, and it's time we settled them. Neal Agarwal (previously at Neatorama) put up a page called Let's Settle This. It currently has 22 of the arguments you've heard on the 'net, and you have a chance to vote on each and then see how your opinion holds up against everyone else's. Yeah, there's a problem there. Just because the majority of people say something is so doesn't mean it is so. But then again, these aren't questions that will make or break your life. As silly as they are, people will continue to argue over these questions. But at least here you can register your opinion without getting trolled in reply. -via Kottke 

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It is very nice, but i think there are two options to anwer missing:1. i don't know 2. i don't careany maybe 3. depends on additional circumstances / other parameters
And by the way... Chistmas is the only festivity that can be celebrated in a family based environment and a work based environment. That is this is the only copnstellation where a McLane could have been invited by mistake.However, McLane should have been sceptical about the invitation, especcially as it was an official and not a personal invitation (such as this invitation has no signature cause it has been machine generated) and not a personal invitation from his wife far far away. Remeber he did not even call her after receiving the invitation, and she did not even call him that she would be happy to see him, and show him that there are also a lot of cirminals in LA a NY cop could have fun with.
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I have grown to loath fake issues that only beg the question by using different definitions. The number of holes, for example. If we changed the question to "openings" everyone would agree. Mathematicians and Engineers have technical definitions of "hole" that differs slightly from the common English usage. Ask a clothing designer if there is a difference between tone, color, value and shade.
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