On Sun, Sep 18, 2011 at 9:16 AM, Dan Rosenthal <swatjester(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Sun, Sep 18, 2011 at 5:04 AM, Jussi-Ville Heiskanen
Without seeing the responses to the
"referendum", I am betting you
have in the comments a huge amount of _committed_ "You are on crack; I
will never stand for this." comments, a wide field of wishy washies
giving conditionals, and an almost as wide field of supports on the
lines of "I wouldn't use it, nor make my children use it, but meh, if
somebody want's it..." and last and definitely least, a tiny hardcore
segment of "Won't anyone think of the children!" -- Do I lose my bet?
Am I reading that correctly to be a standard bell curve, slight shifted
towards the left (i.e. more extreme no responses than extreme yes
Because that doesn't match the bimodal nature of the answers to the scored
questions, which implies to me that they were not well written, as others
have suggested. Or are we just speculating on the comments -- I didn't know
they were released yet.
It appears there isn't a quotation that has currency in the English language of
quite the same traction as "I know my folk of Pappenheim." by Martin Luther
has in Finnish.
Indicating both intimate knowledge of the community and trust. To be clear, if
I am off base, it is definitely time to fork.
Jussi-Ville Heiskanen, ~ [[User:Cimon Avaro]]