DECISION IS CLEAR

The Nevada caucuses are coming up and, if you’re anything like us, you’re pretty confused about how they work.

That’s the trouble with democracy these days: It’s simple in theory, but it gets really messy in practice.

We’re sure we’ll figure out how it all works by Jan. 19. In the meantime, we offer a simple diversion of a straight up-or-down vote on some of the hotly debated issues of our day.

Superman or Spider-Man. The Maloof brothers or the Fertitta brothers. Showgirls or call girls. And a few other topics we all have debated with fiery passion and for no important reason.

We’re calling this little time-waster the R-J’s First (and Probably Last) Pop Culture Poll of Things That Really Matter.

Here’s how it works: We offer up a few A-or-B-type choices. You simply choose one or the other, based on whatever critiera you’d like to employ. And, in the comments section of the ballot, just tell us why — and on what basis — you made your picks. You’ll find the ballot on Page 4J.

There are no prizes, but merely the satisfaction of letting your voice be heard and enjoying a fun break in what’s becoming a very long campaign season.

So send your ballots to:

Review-Journal Pop Culture Poll, Features Section, P.O. Box 70, Las Vegas, NV 89125-0070.

Make sure to write your name, age, address and daytime phone number (not to be published) on the ballot in case we need further information. Deadline is 5 p.m. Friday. We’ll run the results in an upcoming Living section.

Let the debate commence.

 

R-J’S FIRST (AND PROBABLY LAST) POP CULTURE POLL OF THINGS THAT REALLY MATTER

Pick your favorite from each pair

• John Barr vs The Chopper

 

• The Beatles vs The Stones

• Lance Burton vs Criss Angel

 

• Miley Cyrus vs Jamie Lynn Spears

 

• Ginger vs. Mary Ann

• Tom Hanks vs. Tom Cruise

• Glenn Lerner vs. Ed Bernstein

 

 

• Wayne Newton vs. Barry Manilow

 

• Rosie vs. The Donald

• Showgirls vs. Call girls

 

 

 

 

 

• "American Idol" vs. "Dancing with the Stars"

• "CSI" vs. "Las Vegas"

 

• "Star Wars" vs. "Star Trek"

• Bingo vs. Keno

 

• Video poker vs. Slot machines

 

• The Palms vs. Circus Circus

 

• Shrimp cocktail vs. California roll

 

 

 

 

 

• UNR vs. UNLV

 

• Blonde vs. Brunette

 

• Dogs vs. Cats

 

• Football vs. Baseball

 

• Mustard vs. Ketchup

 

• Top vs. Bottom

Comments:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Name:

 

 

Age:

 

 

Address:

 

 

Daytime phone number (not for publication):

 

 

 

Send ballots to: Review-Journal Pop Culture Poll, Features Section, P.O. Box 70, Las Vegas, NV 89125-0070. Deadline is 5 p.m. Friday.

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