Do you like discovering new restaurants or sticking to your favorites?

Do you like discovering new restaurants or sticking to your favorites?

Trying new ones

6

Sticking to faves

4

Trying new ones

6 Comments
Carl Evans
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Carl Evans

We are always looking for yet more "faves".

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Diane Cavender
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Diane Cavender

we do have our favorites but we eat out alot so its nice to try new

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rover6rover
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rover6rover

We don't eat out a whole lot, but interesting new places are always worth at least one shot.

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Maureen Hannon
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Maureen Hannon

I like both. I'll always want to dine at my favorite places. But, I also like to try out new ones sometimes, just to see if it's a good one thaty I'll want to visit again.

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Robert Davidson
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Robert Davidson

Actually, I like both. It's nice to discover a new restaurant. If it's good, I'll want to return there.

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Bonnie Batten
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Bonnie Batten

I'm always up for trying something new.

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Sticking to faves

4 Comments
Tina Bouthillier
0
Tina Bouthillier

Since the pandemic, I have learned to cook more and besides the prices & tip expectancy just aren't worth it any more

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Ry Kali
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Ry Kali

We prefer favorites but will try new ones on occasion.

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Lisa Gray
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Lisa Gray

I'm a creature of habit...

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Bob Pickett
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Bob Pickett

Found something I liked

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Is Trump losing his political clout?

Is Trump losing his political clout?

Yes

4

No

2

Yes

4 Comments
George Clarke
0
George Clarke

I am hoping voters realize he is bad for the U.S.A.

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Adam
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Adam

Let's see..most of his candidates he's backed lost. He openly supports antisemitic ideologies. Started and supported an insurrection on the capital. Spread false claims on election fraud. Owns organization convicted on 17 counts of tax fraud. Wants to get rid of the constitution. Move on now

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No

2 Comments
Zaos Gonzolez
0
Zaos Gonzolez

In my opinion, it doesn’t matter. Everything will be changing soon, and it may not be comfortable. Power only preserves itself.

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Adam
Adam

Expecting another "red wave"?

John Starke
0
John Starke

I think people here in Missouri now love him even more than before.

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Adam
Adam

That's very sad. But you're right.

Would you consider using ChatGPT in your job?
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256 Votes

Would you consider using ChatGPT in your job?

Yes!

1

No!

3

Yes!

1 Comment
Eric Magidson
1
Eric Magidson

I am an instructor of information technology and cybersecurity. I feel there is value in this tool when used ethically and by experts who can use what is generated with an understanding of the risks. I better know if the code it generates is correct and secure.

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No!

3 Comments
Dave Stalker
2
Dave Stalker

AI is dangerous, very vulnerable to Misinformation and just spitting it back out. AI is NOT creative, real writers are creative. AI just re-arranges the factoids available to it. Teachers are alarmed that papers submitted by students might not be their work, just ChatGTP garbage.

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Kimmy Wasatch
1
Kimmy Wasatch

People need to be educated and be responsibile for their work and not depend on a machine.

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Lynn Huntley
0
Lynn Huntley

Just another form of cheating. If you are not smart enough to write your own papers, you are not qualified for the job.

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