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POLL: Defining 'Best'


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Patrick Sexton Supporting Member of TMP writes:

At no time should the words "best" and the brand "FIAT" be used in the same sentence.


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
it should not be defined
13
4%
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no opinion
21
7%
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concensus is impossible
76
25%
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what I like
65
21%
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it cannot be defined
34
11%
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best at doing their given job
79
26%
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that which is least bad
17
6%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

BigFishSmallPond Inactive Member wonders...

With the number of recent polls on TMP for the "best" whatever, and subsequent calls for a definition of best, is there one definition that we can agree upon? I see best as the best at doing their given job. Any other definitions?

(Nominations taken from this pre-poll discussion.)