How Far Are You Traveling For the Holidays?

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The same town
Less than 10 miles
10-20 miles
20-50 miles
50-100 miles
Over 100 miles
The party comes to me

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How Far Are You Traveling For the Holidays?

• Re:Which holiday? (Score:4, Funny)

by Anonymous Coward on Monday December 17, 2012 @11:18AM (#42314611)

What is christmas? In our church of the invisible pink unicorn, the holy scriptures do not mention anything like this christmas you mention.

Blessed Be Her Holy Hooves and May Her Hooves Never Be Shod.

• Re:The same town (Score:4, Funny)

on Monday December 17, 2012 @11:40AM (#42314817)

Better leave now.

• Re:What ranges are these? (Score:5, Funny)

by Anonymous Coward on Monday December 17, 2012 @11:51AM (#42314911)

Last year's poll with essentially the same question had *exactly* this problem too.

But then, the average distance from a basement to the first floor is pretty small...

• Re:What ranges are these? (Score:3, Funny)

on Monday December 17, 2012 @01:26PM (#42315857) Homepage Journal

Better Options:

• Less than 12 parsecs
12 parsecs
Greater than 12 parsecs
• Re:What ranges are these? (Score:2, Funny)

by Anonymous Coward on Monday December 17, 2012 @01:59PM (#42316217)

To an Englishman, 100 miles is a long way. To an American 100 years is a long time. -Earle Hitchner

• Re:Kilometers... (Score:5, Funny)

on Monday December 17, 2012 @05:08PM (#42318627) Homepage Journal

Indeed. I can easily visualise a km in my mind, but a mile? Not a chance.

Of course, given that the poll is about Yule, I would asssume the mile to be the Scandinavian mile, i.e. 10 km.

• Re:What ranges are these? (Score:5, Funny)

on Monday December 17, 2012 @09:50PM (#42321429) Journal

What do I win?

A long flight and a case of jetlag.

Make headway at work. Continue to let things deteriorate at home.

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