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I'll have to make one of my standard comments. People must remember that every research method has issues. We know nuances in design can produce different results. That's why we randomly order items in survey grids, and reverse key half of the items and make sure the questions are non-leading and the answers are all-inclusive. Oh wait, no, we hardly ever do that. Which means I'm back to my original statement that every research method has issues. As always, let's not throw the baby out with the bathwater. Let's be aware and work smart, no matter the method.

And as with EVERY research method, let's be respectful of our research contributors who knowingly and unknowingly share their deepest darkest thoughts with us. Without them, we have nothing.

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