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The Polling Pit / Voting for Your Master
« on: September 26, 2012, 04:04:02 PM »
Just wondering how many people plan on voting and kind of wonder who they will vote for for "Master in Chief".... if anyone.  Does anyone think that a new master in the "people's house" will change anything?  Will any of the candidates attempt to stop the endless wars or the destruction of the economy?  Does it really matter?  Are we too far gone for a new figure head to make a difference? etc etc. 

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I have probably been on the website 5 or 6 times in 3 years...maybe a couple more.  I am super busy most of the time and have little time to sit around looking at a website.  My "perfect" websites (for my busy life) are the ones that are easy to navigate (find what you are looking for without having to do massive amounts of clicking around and/or having a site map that lets me see what's there on one page, FTL could do a better job with this), if I pay for something I love being able to see my account easily and make changes without a lot of hassle (FTL seems to do a great job of this), is not "gaudy" to the point that I see way too much on each page, if I have subscribed to perks or benefits I want those benefits to be easily found (FTL could do a way better job of this IMHO), and I want easy access to some kind of customer service or contact options (FTL does an amazing job of this).  My website preferences are not necessarily what everyone likes...in summary I just like websites that allow me to get done what I need to get done and get back to work/whatever.

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