A Taste of Pre-Nation Celebration Customer Service

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While perusing the Interweb, I realized that a lot of successful
webhomes use surveys to conduct user feedback to finely tune their
content and figure out how many old "Threes Company" clips to post.
And since we--like the Web-- are an ever-changing, ever-adapting
server of you, our reader, we want to get in on the quiz taking
action. So--for customer service benefits-- I've composed a 5
question quiz to gauge interest, air concerns, and continue talking.
If you would be kind enough to take the quiz, I will be kind of
enough to provide it. And that, friends, is how we kill the customer
service industry (with kindness!).

Directions: Read, pick, read, pick, read, pick, read...pick, read,
pick, write.

1. I come on the site to:
A) Talk about writing.
B) Learn what Kevin is up to.
C) See if I can acquire Kevin's email address so I can solicit him to
purchase very cheap tech stocks that are just going to go up, up, up!
D) Watch old music videos.
E) I accidentally came to this site and accidentally read this quiz.

2. Entries I find most useful are:
A) The ones in which Kevin starts talking about something relatively
important, gets wildly off topic, regains his footing in the last
paragraph and then quickly signs off with a semi-forgotten vid pic
from a year that makes him nostalgic.
B) Are there any other kinds of entries?
C) Seriously. See B. There shouldn't be any more choices.
D) "Useful" is a complicated word, especially in this context.
E) Please. Can I just get this over with?

3. Something I wish Kevin would do more was:
A) Write about fiction/books/short stories (writing it, reading it,
dreaming about it, improving it, etc).
B) Write about non-fiction/magazine work (see parenthesis above and
embrace its content).
C) Compose poorly worded (yet hilarious!) poems.
D) Respond to comments.
E) Work on his glutes and abdominals.

4. Something I wish Kevin would do less was:
A) Get off topic.
B) Stay on topic.
C) Talk about television/pop culture.
D) Complain.
E) Make us take quizzes.
F) Watch Zach Braff films.

5. Do you want more music from the:
A) Late 80s
B) Early 90s
C) Mid to Late 90s
D) Just Play That Funky Music, White(ish) Boy
E) I have regrets involving taking this quiz.

And that's it. We don't have anonymity's interests at hand, so feel
free to leave your name, answers and anything else in the comment
depository. I will not judge. Other people will not judge. We will
remain judge free.
Enjoy your pre-Birth of the Nation shortish week and remember: Below
SPF 15 doesn't really even count as sunscreen.
Now check out Coolio's amazingly Zach Morris iPhone. He's got
something brand new for your (rear end).

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3, 4 (Sumpin New)

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