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Vampire Poll Responses, Page 10

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Back in the days when Sanguinarius: The Vampire Support Page was located on AOL, I was able to run a short questionnaire from a modified guestbook script hosted by AOL. Once I moved the site off of AOL's servers, I no longer had the ability to run the response form off their script. I've not found anything suitable since then to use, so I'm not running the poll any longer or accepting new resonses; this may change someday if I find a suitable script to use.

The poll ran from 3 January, 1998 until 31 December, 2000. I have archived the responses the poll recieved in this section, and guests are still able view them.

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Oct 26, 1998 - 16:25 -

Name: Aimee Kimmons
Web Page: none
Gender: Female
Age: 20
Response: Beautiful
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Oct 26, 1998 - 18:06 -

Name: Orin Parker
Web Page: Secret's Place
Gender: Female
Age: 17
Response: Regular people who just really appreciate the night and the "darkside."
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Oct 26, 1998 - 18:09 -

Name: Angela Warren (or Caspian Darkangel)
Web Page:
Gender: Female
Age: 19
Response: I don't know, I think only real Vamps can answer this one
Do you consider yourself a vampire? No


Oct 26, 1998 - 19:24 -

Name: damien
Web Page:
Gender: Male
Age: 16
Response: quiet, lonely, silent and fucked up
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Oct 28, 1998 - 23:01 -

Name: Anna Clarice
Web Page:
Gender: Female
Age: 34
Response: Mmmm... Pretty much like everyone else, I guess.. some good, some not so good. Hell, I've seen a lot of human monsters. I won't judge anyone. I'm a witch.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? No


Oct 31, 1998 - 00:29 -

Name: Raven
Web Page:
Gender: Male
Age: 33
Response: Dark, Individulistic, Motivated, anti-social, and loners.....
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Oct 31, 1998 - 19:21 -

Name: Puck
Web Page: the headquarters of the puck
Gender: Male
Age: 25
Response: i can't say i "think" they are like this, because i can't say i believe in them. but my fantasy is this: mostly just like humans except forever young, beautiful and strong. blood drinkers but not killers. somewhat like anne rice's vampires, except without that asexual thing! :)
Do you consider yourself a vampire? No


Nov 2, 1998 - 02:11 -

Name: Angela
Web Page:
Gender: Female
Age: 22
Response: I'm not even sure they exist, but if they do, I doubt they're anything like those in Anne Rice books... though it would be nice if a vampire looking like Brad Pitt really existed. :)
Do you consider yourself a vampire? No


Nov 2, 1998 - 12:54 -

Name: The Lady Evangelina
Web Page:
Gender: Female
Age: 22
Response: Vampires are highly evolved people who drink blood to sustain life.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Nov 3, 1998 - 19:14 -

Name: Goose
Web Page:
Gender: Select
Age:
Response: stupid.......no one needs others' blood to live........there are no and never have been any 'true' vampires. sorry to depress you
Do you consider yourself a vampire? No


Nov 5, 1998 - 02:16 -

Name: Scott
Web Page:
Gender: Male
Age: 21
Response: There are as many types of vampires as there are vampires. Some are kind. Some are mean. Some are hidden. Some are seen. Some are young, Some are old. Some are timid. Some are bold. They might be slaves. They might be free. They might be you. They might be me. I guess we'll have to wait and see what branches from our family tree.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Nov 5, 1998 - 08:35 -

Name: Khamûl
Web Page: My Homepage
Gender: Male
Age: 19
Response: This is going to sound trite, but I may as well speak my mind. Personally, with my limited (wholly on-line) experience, the only thing I can conclude is that the term "vampire" is so vague and debated that it's next to useless except for defining the internet community. Disappointingly enough, though, I must concede that the weight of opinion seems to suggest that the condition is no more than a non-beneficial sanguinarian twist in the human psychology. If anyone wishes to enlighten me, please stop by at my web page. (especially if you can put me onto some UK contacts who can set me straight, one way or another) I should be eternally grateful, or mortally, at least. We can but hope.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? No


Nov 5, 1998 - 13:18 -

Name: Tammy E.
Web Page: none
Gender: Female
Age: 19
Response: vampires more or less are like mortals. they need to adapt with changes, some are trendy, wear t-shirts and jeans, whatever their tastes are. have jobs live in houses, etc. the only differences are that they are immortal and drink blood to live.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? No


Nov 6, 1998 - 20:56 -

Name: Damien
Web Page:
Gender: Male
Age: 20
Response: Vampires are the next Darwinian step up from humans. Every body of prey supports a smaller body of predators. Humans place themselves at the top of this pyramid, yet vampires occupy the next space upwards and sustain themselves on humans. They are the next Biological stage of natural selection. Vampires sustain themselves primarily on fluids of the circulatory and endocrine system, but they do not always draw this off in the most direct manner -- "psychic vampires" -- physically, intellectually, and emotionally, they vary as much, or more, than humans do.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Nov 12, 1998 - 20:04 -

Name: The Sanguinary Plunderer
Web Page: NOT QUITE FINISHED YET.
Gender: Male
Age: 187
Response: Good evening, I don't think of what a vampire is, I know and understand by observing and studying myself, and my Cruor-Family. A vampire's personality, is quite interesting. I personally feel the want to be accepted in America, so I have a quite respectful personality. When I come across too many, or too naive of Americans, then my respect is hard to hold up. Vampires, are only to be created few ways: 1.) Drink blood from a vampire. (Cruor); 2.) Be reborn with knowings of the first attempt of life; or 3.) Not to be a drinker at all, unless thou are [Ed: 'tis "thou art"] also a liar. I know that garlic is not truely effective, neither are crosses, to hurt a Vampire. Cold air doesn't affect a vampire nearly as much as a human. My human friends will be complaining about the weather being cold, and they'll be shivering and asking to go inside. I will just be like, "Okay?" because I won't be affected by the air. My son/savior, was hiking with his human father, and admitted to me the next day, that he in fact WAS cold there. Then I brought up the fact that he hadn't been fed for almost a month. The effects that Cruor takes on someone work as a tolerance. If one drinks on a daily basis for, say a month, then suddenly stops for a week, then the sunlight will weaken the eyes easily, and the temperature will give shivers easier. Cravings come more so often when a routine gets set more widespread (Cruor is drank less often than usual). I still have yet to check into drinking from a virgin, to see the effects, and also, from a human who hasn't yet drank. I have noticed exactly how intelligent and wise Cruor makes one. Which led me to conclusions which will be heard by myself, Oritak's Indrome, and/or Oritak-Syndrome. This is where I leave now, and where the reader must store information in there mind for the future. Good-bye, The Sanguinary Plunderer
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Nov 14, 1998 - 08:41 -

Name: Drucilla Tinka Damon
Web Page: Open Window Into Tinka's World
Gender: Female
Age: 16
Response: Fun loving and not all evil, not all that evil. only kinda evil. heh heh heh.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Don't Know/Not Sure


Nov 14, 1998 - 22:19 -

Name: BloodWolf^
Web Page: Adrian's Animorph Page
Gender: Male
Age: 15
Response: like me. lol
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Nov 21, 1998 - 13:57 -

Name: Jurgen Turrekens
Web Page: pathway to darkness
Gender: Male
Age: 21
Response: They just need energy from other beings to live on. It's there for the taking, so we don't see ourselves as evil.
Do you consider yourself a vampire?


Nov 26, 1998 - 00:03 -

Name: TiberianSon
Web Page: NONE
Gender: Male
Age: 17
Response: vampires. I used to cringe at the world, thinking it was just another high school faggot gone berzerk on one too many video games. Then one of my friends called me a vampire. I was kind of pissed off. I asked him, "Why say I am a vampire?" He replied, "Because you feel [Ed: feed?] upon the INFORMATION of the living! Dressing in the black trench helps a lot, and your hair is naturally black also. And I have seen you go for a few days without food when you get on a Project." My "projects" are coding games for the TI calculators we use in trig, and screwing constantly with UNIX. I had to sit and think about this. Trigonometry did the job quite nicely. I came to a conclusion: Vampires are people who are not immortal, they do not have obsessive compulsive disorder, but they do sustain themselves on something other than "people food", probably at someone else's expense. For me, it is the information, the digital, the intangible mysteries of silicon and pewter which hold the thoughts and writings of 10 billion or more pages. People too, just sit and observe. I hate daylight, also. It seems everyone at school who is like me (computer nerd or computer wiz, depending on the person) hates sun (with regards to bright light, not just the sun), hates crowds, hates socials, and generally is bitter and recessive. Heck, I hate the world, why not? Look at the country. Our leader (Bill Clinton) is a MALE PROSTITUTE. And I am really ultra Christian, too. Religous symbols don't affect me. There are no real vampires, never were. They might have been beasts long ago locked away and waiting for Revelation, or they might have simply come from the minds of little kids wanting attention. In the end, it has become obvious that a new type of vampire has finally emerged, sharing some of the characteristics of old, yet somehow, nothing could concieve the power that we wield. We understand the world, we understand the social fabric (and all the Trendies inhabiting it), and we do so from a distance. I am told by those who took the time to get to know me that I am loving, intelligent, and motivated, but then, a Trendie girl with no mind just strung me along for two months, then goes out with another guy. Hate to bring my personal life to you all, but let's face it, we just generally avoid people. For me and the rest of the infovampires out there, our lust is not for the crude machines of flesh and their ichor, it is for that which is the soul and the mind. We feast upon the thoughts of the living.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Nov 26, 1998 - 18:53 -

Name: Stephannie Scott
Web Page:
Gender: Female
Age: 16
Response: The few that I have met (due to an attack that brought forth my vampirism/turned me) I fear, even though I am a psy vampire myself. The three total vampires that I met then were rude, very violent, and inconsiderate of what happened after they attacked me. HOWEVER, those I have read about online seem to very, very nice and helpful, so I suppose vampires are like people - - - it really depends on who it is.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


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