Thursday, December 01, 2005

Poll Results

Well, I had to remove the poll over at the Marin PoS blog because the Bravenet service that I was using was showing embedded "popups" with ads in them. As I am opposed to such things I removed the service. For anyone who got spammed with those ads when visiting that blog, please accept my sincerest apologies. I was careless as I did not read the terms of service carefully enough it seems. I am very sorry.

The results of the (brief) poll were clear however -- the PoS best representing how little money buys in Marin's real estate market and winner of the prestigious Golden Turd Award clearly goes to "Dude, Where's the Car?"


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