Apologies to all for my mistakes and a thank you to Jen

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It has been quiet the last few days. So I created a few polls. They in my judgement, in hindsight were pretty bad. They had some good points. Jen pointed out my shortcomings. Some of you that had given input were surprised to find them removed. Unlike most folks I listened, or in this case read her input. I would have said the same thing to myself after looking at what I had created. I made them too quickly. This is not the only thing I do. The polls I created were work I would stop working on and come back to a few hours later. Let me say.... multitasking is not my strong point! These polls would have been better if I had concentrated on them without interruption!

Removing them and the threads associated with them was not a tantrum. Far from it. It was admitting that they needed serious revamping from the original thought process that created them. Short Description......They were crappy!!!

I apologize to all for putting less than my 100% forward.
Please..... I intended on bruising no ones ego, or teaching any lessons. The lesson was mine. And I always learn from my mistakes.

Thanks to Jen
Thanks to Dan

         Thank you Cliff J.
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Sometimes yeah, it needs a little work in the idea but i think you dont have to apologie for "hurt" any ego. If you didn't disrespect anyone, i think it's not necessary.

We are all here to learn, this is a community and remember that you don't necessarily need to rush something, do it at your own pace and if are a little details to implement, we will tell you and vice-versa.


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