Do you visit "spoiler" sites before entering?

Discussion in 'DBSTalk.com Contests Forum (Closed Forum)' started by cdru, Dec 14, 2004.

Do you visit "spoiler" sites before entering

  1. No. I don't even watch the previews. I don't want to know anything ahead of time.

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  2. Yes. I need all the help I can get.

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  3. Spoilers? You mean there are spoiler sites? Why didn't someone tell me.

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  1. cdru

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    This poll IS NOT an official question relating to the contest...

    The similar poll was asked back during the last Survivor contest. I was just curious if the current participants ever visit any of the "spoiler" forums before putting in their votes for the week?

    I put quotes around spoilers as there haven't been any spoilers this season really, just discussion. Although, if you did, you might have gotten some help in a detour or two...

    Edited:Sorry about the poll question looking strange. Stupid vBulletin software changed the quotes on me.
     
  2. kwajr

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    I dont even watch the shows its a waste of brain cells and i need all i have left
     
  3. Mark Lamutt

    Mark Lamutt Your Neighborhood Liasion

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    Fixed your poll question, cdru. :)

    I do if I have time, but you're right - there hasn't been much in the way of spoiler info this season at all. Just a lot of speculation and discussion.
     
  4. Ric

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    I will watch the previews but have been avoiding the spoiler sites since Survivor: Amazon. It was a bit frustrating to watch and see things unfold just like in the spoilers so decided it was best to watch with 'virgin eyes'.
     
  5. cdru

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    Hm. Interesting. When you say "the shows", are you referring to The Amazing Race specifically or to "reality TV" in general? TAR would probably be considered as reality-TV, but it's more like a game show then real life. I would agree with the comment about waste of brain cells for many reality TV shows...TAR isn't one that I would consider a waste though. To each his own I guess.
     

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