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Re: [vox] [ot] Damn - Slashdot rejections!



ME writes:
 > Yes, I agree. The data/sample set seems too small to be useful in making
 > such a broad conclusion. However, *MY* evidence is absolute 110.00341%
 > correct. Science was used to *prove* mine to be the only correct study. In
 > *MY* study, the difference in temperature with higher extremes was caused
 > by the numbers of american flags people were waving. You see, when people
 > fly more flags, that makes the wind blow harder, and more wind causes more
 > pollen, dust and molds to be spread about in the air, and as we all know,
 > people often have allergies to one or more of these which makes them
 > sneeze, and further complicates things by causing an increase in more
 > airflow with the sneezing, and coughing. The third amplification to more
 > wind during those three days was found when you look at the extra blowing
 > done by our political representatives in the Senate, House of Reps. and at
 > our local state.
 > 
 > Well, after writing this message on *MY* study, I can see the winds are
 > blowing even harder than before, and they seem to be a bit hot. I bet you
 > are going to try to say that the above is not very scientific or has flaws
 > in the assumptions. Well, to that I say "La-La-La-La!" as I plug my ears
 > with my fingers.
 > 
 > Sorry, could not resist. ;-)

Y'know... all that would be a great deal funnier if I hadn't run into
many computer geeks who sound way too much like that...

-Micah :)
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