Understanding Statistics: Averages vs Outlier Extremes

it doesn’t take courage and gut to allow people to die. that takes nothing at all

it takes courage to help people

More caring, compassionate conservative values being put on display for the world to see.
  • when he says poor, I ‘think’ he thinks only people of color are poor
  •  well. doesn’t THAT make him an even more extra kinda special, eh?
    Sadly. this man is the average of the religious righteous
    which is in itself an extreme
    the moderates who cherry pick
    are straddling the line of the culture war
    which has always been a class war
    the difference between a system of royalty and merchant rulers
    is that royality has a sense of continuance and stability
    while merchants
    they go from market to market
    'This is what modern feudalism looks like. Any questions? </p><br />
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    Treatment: Queer Robin Hood

    Queer Robin Hood A few years ago, I had an opportunity to pitch a script idea for a gay Robin Hood movie I decided to revisit the lore around the Robin Hood characters and, in addition to making Robin gay, I … Continue reading




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     Anthropology is the study of people and what they create.
    how physical objects and cultures become more complex over time – and religion is a product of the culture – the spread of religion is traceable through migration and conquest and the change from tribal/animal spiritualism, through ancestor worship, through doctrine adherence to the modern day Science Dependent Televangelists –
    no different than a person on the street corner with a soap box or sandwich board and with the same level of credibility and legitimacy as any other would be profit.
    the Difference between a “cult” and a “religion” is the number of members over time, religions are cults that have lost their amateur status and turned pro.


    Despite notable differences in appearance and governance, ancient human settlements function in much the same way as modern cities, according to new findings by researchers at the Santa Fe Institute and the University of Colorado Boulder.

    I understand why politicians are against wind power.

    they fear being rounded up as a fuel source.

    Lezzie Bruce

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