Live Face-Off Poll: Seth vs. Ted vs. Stewie

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In the Flesh? In the Fabric? In the Toon? Which of these 3 is your favorite?
A Poll Inspired by skankhunt. Thanks.
List: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls040985261/
Poll: https://www.imdb.com/poll/BI-zP56_3Co/
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Posted 9 months ago

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CliffJ,

Please change the title of your list (https://www.imdb.com/list/ls040985261/) from:
Face Off Seth vs. Ted vs. Stewie

To:
Face-Off: Seth vs. Ted vs. Stewie
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Fixed the colon problem. And Stewie got scared when I said the "C" word!
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dgranger

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Stevie by default eventhough he is an evil megalomaniac bent on world domination and who wants to kill his mother who loves him. Maybe he should face-off against other evil genius megalomaniacs like Brain from “Pinky and the Brain” and Mandark from “Dexter’s Laboratory”.
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My next face off. The Brain vs. Stewie
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Jack Webb
Just the fact's Ma'am!
If you have too much description.....they say make it shorter!
If you have too little description.....they say make it longer!
I made you look didn't I? Cryptic works!
Sorry, I make polls for a Drive by America! LOL
That's where the Jack Webb part comes from.
John Wayne said more than any actor I know without speaking much!
I make my Titles as small as possible with a hook that makes you want to look.
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Lol. Okay
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ElM
If it is explicit in the description then it appeals to a narrow group. I went to broadcasting school in 1975. One of the things they taught me was how to grab someones attention without saying anymore than necessary. By being vague it attracts more attention. It leaves the interpretation of what was read up to the listener/reader. Oh and you are not the only one "Feeling that way". A few of the people that have been making polls here have gone berserk over the lack of my descriptions. Saying they don't get what I mean. My polls are designed for me, the guy that must have taken a couple of hundred polls before I got here. This was my rule. Too many words in the description......Ignore, "That Poll"!!! Too much to read!! A quick set up and Vote. Now that being said, I'm not typical for my age (63) group. I  was making polls that were for people that are a little younger than I. I'm trying to make polls that use more modern/newer themes for a younger taker. Some of my first attempts were based on my ancient knowledge 1940-1995. I can't believe 1995 is 23 years old. When my early polls went live,  they were not garnering the votes I would have hoped for. My newer polls now are getting better, and those are the ones with the less is more theory.
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