> > I look forward to reading your interpretation of this data.
> It reflects the audience on this board, not the audience as a whole. That only one respondant started reading after 1998 is of no surprise at all to me; this board's software is woefully outdated and the vast majority of its users are from previous internet generations who are used to it.
Change a word or two and you'd be a "pro-marriage" fan arguing against BND.
I find that funny.
As to the board, it's speedy and functional... I can't always say the same thing for more 'up to date' applications.
> Change a word or two and you'd be a "pro-marriage" fan arguing against BND.
It's just as well I don't rate real-life facilities using the same criteria I do for fictional stories, then, isn't it?