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Okay, out of the 9 of you to whom this was mailed, 6 of you answered, so including myself, 7 people voted,This means that 70% of the IPS is represented which is actually a good percentage.

The number of votes the winners got is in parentheses. You may notice that some stuff only got 2 votes but won anyway. This is because the rest of the votes were for 5 other things or a combination thereof. I learned tons about you guys from your selections, especially your comments and when you crossed out one thing to vote for another on the page. I really enjoyed compiling this information.

Most of the responses I got had more than one rockin' thing selected, so I had to come up with a method for tallying votes. I looked at all of your favorites and if it seemed that one stuck out more than the others, then I put you down for that one. If all things seemed equal, I put you down for the first thing on the list. For example, if you selected albums A, B, and C by simply placing an X by them, then I put you down for album A. If you selected albums A, B, and C and commented that album B was one of your favorites, then I put you down for album B. Understand? Good. Maybe after I take stats. this semester, I will be able to compile, like, scientific data and stuff. I made pie charts and tables to help me out this time, does that count as scientific manipulation of data or whatever? And now, Stuff That Rocked This MILLENNIUM!

Rockin' Album of the MILLENNIUM:
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band The Beatles (2)

No need to feel lonely, Pectinites! That's why we got this here societah--to keep rockin' people in touch with other rockin' people, or was it just to get people to read the crap I write and fill out stupid surveys? The world may never know

Rockin' Song of the MILLENNIUM:
"Lover, You Should've Come Over" Jeff Buckley (2)

I don't know about you, but just thinking of this song makes me teary-eyed and thinking about Jeff Buckley excites me, and thinking about his good friend Chris Cornell just gets all of my hormones-a-goin'. Is it hot in here to anybody else?

Rockin' Band of the MILLENNIUM:
The Beatles (3)

It's on the count-a-'cause they got the name of an animal, but spelt differntly!

Rockin' Movie of the MILLENNIUM:
Men in Black (2)

I know I'm gettin' jiggy wit it, are you?

Rockin' T.V. Drama of the MILLENNIUM:
The X-Files (4)

Yipper skipper, the truth is out there and we at the IPS are searching for it every Sunday on Fox (check local listings for times.)

Rockin' Sitcom of the MILLENNIUM (nobody agreed, so it's a seven-way tie):

Alf, The Cosby Show, Frasier (This sucks! I don't know what to do with my tossed salad and scrambled eggs!), The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (We at the IPS are big supporters of the Big Willie.), Leave it to Beaver (Okay, stop with the sexual innuendo already!), Roseanne, Seinfeld

Rockin' Cartoon of the MILLENNIUM (again. nobody agreed, so it's a seven-way tie):

The Beanie and Cecil Show (Nyah, ah, ah!), Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist (I sn't it true?! Isn't it?), The Pink Panther, Pokemon (Gotta catch 'em all!), Rainbow Bright, Sailor Moon (Fighting evil by daylight, Winning love by moonlight, does this sound like someone you know? *Charlotte says as she clears her throat and discretely points to herself*), The Simpsons

Rockin' Actor of the MILLENNIUM:
Kevin Spacey (3)

All I can say is, Dome, dome, dome. *Nudges Olga and Sally.* Get it? Get it? Funny eh?

Rockin' Actress of the MILLENNIUM:
Natalie Wood (2)

I feel oh so pretty.

Rockin' Comedians of the MILLENNIUM:
*Tie (2)* Steve Martin, Eddie Murphy

They should do a movie where Steve Martin plays this really famous dude and Eddie Murphimuth is tryin' to make this really bad movie and they need Steve Martin to star in it. I think I'll get started on that screenplay. I'll call it Tiehand!

Rockin' Comedianne of the MILLENNIUM:
Lucille Ball (3)

We love Lucy and she loves we!

Rockin' Person That Rules of the MILLENNIUM:
His Holiness The Dalai Lama (3)

He is one ROCKIN' Guy! There was some real competition between him and Elvis, but some people, who shall remain nameless *cough-cough-Big-Penis-Man-Jimmy-Diesel-cough*, voted for themselves and lost anyway to some old Chinese guy. Maybe next year guys, maybe next year...

Rockin' Thing That Rocked the MILLENNIUM:
Movies (2)

Used ta could go to the movin' picture shows and pay $3.75 for a student ticket...

Doker K9er, my sincerest thanks to those who participated! Keep an eye out for the new survey. Happy New Year!

--Charlotte