State of Integrity

Those of you who are familiar with the Wii, will likely know about the polling site that’s quite popular around here.

The idea is that each member of the household will be asked the same random question, with the choice of two different answers. You decide which one is closest to how you’d answer. Then, you are asked how you think the rest of the country will respond. Are most people going to agree with you or disagree with you? A few days later, you can check back and see the results–and if you predicted others answer correctly or not.

So the other day, the question was, “If you found $20 while standing in line, would you ask if it belonged to someone?”

The answers to choose from were: “Yes, but softly,” or “Finders keepers.”

Another feature of the guessing game is that you can click to find out how the rest of the country voted on the original question.

Moral of the story is:

If you’re going to drop your wallet, at any given time…

be sure to do it in Utah.

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11 Replies to “State of Integrity”

  1. Wahoo!!! Go Utah! 🙂 I love answering those questions on the Wii. This answer was pretty surprising though! I couldn’t believe there was SUCH a stark contrast. Wow.

  2. One of the funniest things about that is that Utah is the only green state….yet the green votes account for 43% of those who voted!! Think Utah has very many Wii players?? (I know that not ALL green votes came from Utah)

    Just food for thought! I loved this though! Laughed so hard – I needed that today! Thanks! 🙂

  3. Oh I miss Utah… but we made an offer on a house and it was accepted! So we are staying. The house is right behind my mom’s house, we will share a back yard! You should really come visit and spend some time with my mom since you two were made to be friends.

  4. I have never seen this before and we have a wii. Now, I will have to go and find it. Rats, one more thing to do!!! Might be interesting though to see what the girls say.

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