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Posted at 12:15 PM ET, 11/18/2010

Rank the week's wackiest moments! And chat Friday at 11:30

By Alexandra Petri

No UFOs or mystery missiles this week, but there was enough going on on Earth to keep everyone occupied! Help us rank this week's most bizarre episodes!

Have other thoughts about the week's wackiest moments? Want to defend your choice of e-mail address? Or have a further burning question that Dana or I can answer? Submit them here -- we'll be chatting live Friday at 11:30 (AM) ET!

By Alexandra Petri  | November 18, 2010; 12:15 PM ET
Categories:  Quiz, Week's wackiest  | Tags:  week's wackiest  
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Comments

Houston, we have a problem.

OK, I know this poll is not scientific, but I think you have a problem. The poll starts out ranking the weirdness order all ready. People have to actively click something to change it. This is another “butterfly ballot”.

As of now, the only result that isn’t in the original order is the one about Obama, which is moved DOWN. This proves that people only vote AGAINST, and not FOR anything.

How can we mobilize young voters to move Obama to the top, where he belongs? Young people… I say vote early. Vote often!

Posted by: divtune | November 19, 2010 10:49 AM | Report abuse

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