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posted on Nov, 16 2016 @ 04:53 PM

originally posted by: TinfoilTP

originally posted by: jtma508

Let's see if I can explain statistics and the irresponsible use of numbers to you. Let's say we have two fictitious states: State A and State B. State A has 12 incidents of hate crimes and State B has 4. Which is worse? If you chose either State A or State B dunk your head in the toilet repeatedly and write on your computer screen 'I'm too stupid to be posting on ATS'. Why? because, like the OP, you don't have all the numbers to make that determination.

Now, State A has a population of 10,000 people. Population of State B is 1,000. Now, having this additional information, you can see that even though State B had a lower number of total incidents, hate crimes for State B was over 3 times higher than that that of State A.

This is how easy it is to use numbers to mislead people.

No, if State A is Blue, then it has more hateful liberals which means it has more hate crimes that happen.

posted on Nov, 16 2016 @ 04:55 PM

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: TinfoilTP

originally posted by: jtma508

Let's see if I can explain statistics and the irresponsible use of numbers to you. Let's say we have two fictitious states: State A and State B. State A has 12 incidents of hate crimes and State B has 4. Which is worse? If you chose either State A or State B dunk your head in the toilet repeatedly and write on your computer screen 'I'm too stupid to be posting on ATS'. Why? because, like the OP, you don't have all the numbers to make that determination.

Now, State A has a population of 10,000 people. Population of State B is 1,000. Now, having this additional information, you can see that even though State B had a lower number of total incidents, hate crimes for State B was over 3 times higher than that that of State A.

This is how easy it is to use numbers to mislead people.

No, if State A is Blue, then it has more hateful liberals which means it has more hate crimes that happen.

posted on Nov, 16 2016 @ 04:55 PM

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: TinfoilTP

originally posted by: jtma508

Let's see if I can explain statistics and the irresponsible use of numbers to you. Let's say we have two fictitious states: State A and State B. State A has 12 incidents of hate crimes and State B has 4. Which is worse? If you chose either State A or State B dunk your head in the toilet repeatedly and write on your computer screen 'I'm too stupid to be posting on ATS'. Why? because, like the OP, you don't have all the numbers to make that determination.

Now, State A has a population of 10,000 people. Population of State B is 1,000. Now, having this additional information, you can see that even though State B had a lower number of total incidents, hate crimes for State B was over 3 times higher than that that of State A.

This is how easy it is to use numbers to mislead people.

No, if State A is Blue, then it has more hateful liberals which means it has more hate crimes that happen.

posted on Nov, 16 2016 @ 04:55 PM

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: TinfoilTP

originally posted by: jtma508

Let's see if I can explain statistics and the irresponsible use of numbers to you. Let's say we have two fictitious states: State A and State B. State A has 12 incidents of hate crimes and State B has 4. Which is worse? If you chose either State A or State B dunk your head in the toilet repeatedly and write on your computer screen 'I'm too stupid to be posting on ATS'. Why? because, like the OP, you don't have all the numbers to make that determination.

Now, State A has a population of 10,000 people. Population of State B is 1,000. Now, having this additional information, you can see that even though State B had a lower number of total incidents, hate crimes for State B was over 3 times higher than that that of State A.

This is how easy it is to use numbers to mislead people.

No, if State A is Blue, then it has more hateful liberals which means it has more hate crimes that happen.
gh

posted on Nov, 16 2016 @ 04:55 PM

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: TinfoilTP

originally posted by: jtma508

Let's see if I can explain statistics and the irresponsible use of numbers to you. Let's say we have two fictitious states: State A and State B. State A has 12 incidents of hate crimes and State B has 4. Which is worse? If you chose either State A or State B dunk your head in the toilet repeatedly and write on your computer screen 'I'm too stupid to be posting on ATS'. Why? because, like the OP, you don't have all the numbers to make that determination.

Now, State A has a population of 10,000 people. Population of State B is 1,000. Now, having this additional information, you can see that even though State B had a lower number of total incidents, hate crimes for State B was over 3 times higher than that that of State A.

This is how easy it is to use numbers to mislead people.

No, if State A is Blue, then it has more hateful liberals which means it has more hate crimes that happen.
gh

posted on Nov, 16 2016 @ 04:55 PM

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: TinfoilTP

originally posted by: jtma508

Let's see if I can explain statistics and the irresponsible use of numbers to you. Let's say we have two fictitious states: State A and State B. State A has 12 incidents of hate crimes and State B has 4. Which is worse? If you chose either State A or State B dunk your head in the toilet repeatedly and write on your computer screen 'I'm too stupid to be posting on ATS'. Why? because, like the OP, you don't have all the numbers to make that determination.

Now, State A has a population of 10,000 people. Population of State B is 1,000. Now, having this additional information, you can see that even though State B had a lower number of total incidents, hate crimes for State B was over 3 times higher than that that of State A.

This is how easy it is to use numbers to mislead people.

No, if State A is Blue, then it has more hateful liberals which means it has more hate crimes that happen.
gh

posted on Nov, 16 2016 @ 04:55 PM

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: TinfoilTP

originally posted by: jtma508

Let's see if I can explain statistics and the irresponsible use of numbers to you. Let's say we have two fictitious states: State A and State B. State A has 12 incidents of hate crimes and State B has 4. Which is worse? If you chose either State A or State B dunk your head in the toilet repeatedly and write on your computer screen 'I'm too stupid to be posting on ATS'. Why? because, like the OP, you don't have all the numbers to make that determination.

Now, State A has a population of 10,000 people. Population of State B is 1,000. Now, having this additional information, you can see that even though State B had a lower number of total incidents, hate crimes for State B was over 3 times higher than that that of State A.

This is how easy it is to use numbers to mislead people.

No, if State A is Blue, then it has more hateful liberals which means it has more hate crimes that happen.
gh

posted on Nov, 16 2016 @ 04:55 PM

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: TinfoilTP

originally posted by: jtma508

Let's see if I can explain statistics and the irresponsible use of numbers to you. Let's say we have two fictitious states: State A and State B. State A has 12 incidents of hate crimes and State B has 4. Which is worse? If you chose either State A or State B dunk your head in the toilet repeatedly and write on your computer screen 'I'm too stupid to be posting on ATS'. Why? because, like the OP, you don't have all the numbers to make that determination.

Now, State A has a population of 10,000 people. Population of State B is 1,000. Now, having this additional information, you can see that even though State B had a lower number of total incidents, hate crimes for State B was over 3 times higher than that that of State A.

This is how easy it is to use numbers to mislead people.

No, if State A is Blue, then it has more hateful liberals which means it has more hate crimes that happen.
gh
:flamerDe

posted on Nov, 16 2016 @ 04:55 PM

originally posted by: TinfoilTP

originally posted by: jtma508

Let's see if I can explain statistics and the irresponsible use of numbers to you. Let's say we have two fictitious states: State A and State B. State A has 12 incidents of hate crimes and State B has 4. Which is worse? If you chose either State A or State B dunk your head in the toilet repeatedly and write on your computer screen 'I'm too stupid to be posting on ATS'. Why? because, like the OP, you don't have all the numbers to make that determination.

Now, State A has a population of 10,000 people. Population of State B is 1,000. Now, having this additional information, you can see that even though State B had a lower number of total incidents, hate crimes for State B was over 3 times higher than that that of State A.

This is how easy it is to use numbers to mislead people.

No, if State A is Blue, then it has more hateful liberals which means it has more hate crimes that happen.

posted on Nov, 16 2016 @ 04:57 PM
Dude, what are you doing?

posted on Nov, 16 2016 @ 04:57 PM

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: TinfoilTP

originally posted by: jtma508

Let's see if I can explain statistics and the irresponsible use of numbers to you. Let's say we have two fictitious states: State A and State B. State A has 12 incidents of hate crimes and State B has 4. Which is worse? If you chose either State A or State B dunk your head in the toilet repeatedly and write on your computer screen 'I'm too stupid to be posting on ATS'. Why? because, like the OP, you don't have all the numbers to make that determination.

Now, State A has a population of 10,000 people. Population of State B is 1,000. Now, having this additional information, you can see that even though State B had a lower number of total incidents, hate crimes for State B was over 3 times higher than that that of State A.

This is how easy it is to use numbers to mislead people.

No, if State A is Blue, then it has more hateful liberals which means it has more hate crimes that happen.
gh
:flamerDe

posted on Nov, 16 2016 @ 04:57 PM

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: TinfoilTP

originally posted by: jtma508

Let's see if I can explain statistics and the irresponsible use of numbers to you. Let's say we have two fictitious states: State A and State B. State A has 12 incidents of hate crimes and State B has 4. Which is worse? If you chose either State A or State B dunk your head in the toilet repeatedly and write on your computer screen 'I'm too stupid to be posting on ATS'. Why? because, like the OP, you don't have all the numbers to make that determination.

Now, State A has a population of 10,000 people. Population of State B is 1,000. Now, having this additional information, you can see that even though State B had a lower number of total incidents, hate crimes for State B was over 3 times higher than that that of State A.

This is how easy it is to use numbers to mislead people.

No, if State A is Blue, then it has more hateful liberals which means it has more hate crimes that happen.
gh
:flamerDe

posted on Nov, 16 2016 @ 04:58 PM

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: TinfoilTP

originally posted by: jtma508

Let's see if I can explain statistics and the irresponsible use of numbers to you. Let's say we have two fictitious states: State A and State B. State A has 12 incidents of hate crimes and State B has 4. Which is worse? If you chose either State A or State B dunk your head in the toilet repeatedly and write on your computer screen 'I'm too stupid to be posting on ATS'. Why? because, like the OP, you don't have all the numbers to make that determination.

Now, State A has a population of 10,000 people. Population of State B is 1,000. Now, having this additional information, you can see that even though State B had a lower number of total incidents, hate crimes for State B was over 3 times higher than that that of State A.

This is how easy it is to use numbers to mislead people.

No, if State A is Blue, then it has more hateful liberals which means it has more hate crimes that happen.
gh
:flamerDe

posted on Nov, 16 2016 @ 04:58 PM

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: TinfoilTP

originally posted by: jtma508

Let's see if I can explain statistics and the irresponsible use of numbers to you. Let's say we have two fictitious states: State A and State B. State A has 12 incidents of hate crimes and State B has 4. Which is worse? If you chose either State A or State B dunk your head in the toilet repeatedly and write on your computer screen 'I'm too stupid to be posting on ATS'. Why? because, like the OP, you don't have all the numbers to make that determination.

Now, State A has a population of 10,000 people. Population of State B is 1,000. Now, having this additional information, you can see that even though State B had a lower number of total incidents, hate crimes for State B was over 3 times higher than that that of State A.

This is how easy it is to use numbers to mislead people.

No, if State A is Blue, then it has more hateful liberals which means it has more hate crimes that happen.
gh
:flamerDe

posted on Nov, 16 2016 @ 04:58 PM

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: TinfoilTP

originally posted by: jtma508

Let's see if I can explain statistics and the irresponsible use of numbers to you. Let's say we have two fictitious states: State A and State B. State A has 12 incidents of hate crimes and State B has 4. Which is worse? If you chose either State A or State B dunk your head in the toilet repeatedly and write on your computer screen 'I'm too stupid to be posting on ATS'. Why? because, like the OP, you don't have all the numbers to make that determination.

Now, State A has a population of 10,000 people. Population of State B is 1,000. Now, having this additional information, you can see that even though State B had a lower number of total incidents, hate crimes for State B was over 3 times higher than that that of State A.

This is how easy it is to use numbers to mislead people.

No, if State A is Blue, then it has more hateful liberals which means it has more hate crimes that happen.
gh
:flamerDe

posted on Nov, 16 2016 @ 04:58 PM

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: TinfoilTP

originally posted by: jtma508

Let's see if I can explain statistics and the irresponsible use of numbers to you. Let's say we have two fictitious states: State A and State B. State A has 12 incidents of hate crimes and State B has 4. Which is worse? If you chose either State A or State B dunk your head in the toilet repeatedly and write on your computer screen 'I'm too stupid to be posting on ATS'. Why? because, like the OP, you don't have all the numbers to make that determination.

Now, State A has a population of 10,000 people. Population of State B is 1,000. Now, having this additional information, you can see that even though State B had a lower number of total incidents, hate crimes for State B was over 3 times higher than that that of State A.

This is how easy it is to use numbers to mislead people.

No, if State A is Blue, then it has more hateful liberals which means it has more hate crimes that happen.
gh
:flamerDe

posted on Nov, 16 2016 @ 04:58 PM

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: TinfoilTP

originally posted by: jtma508

Let's see if I can explain statistics and the irresponsible use of numbers to you. Let's say we have two fictitious states: State A and State B. State A has 12 incidents of hate crimes and State B has 4. Which is worse? If you chose either State A or State B dunk your head in the toilet repeatedly and write on your computer screen 'I'm too stupid to be posting on ATS'. Why? because, like the OP, you don't have all the numbers to make that determination.

Now, State A has a population of 10,000 people. Population of State B is 1,000. Now, having this additional information, you can see that even though State B had a lower number of total incidents, hate crimes for State B was over 3 times higher than that that of State A.

This is how easy it is to use numbers to mislead people.

No, if State A is Blue, then it has more hateful liberals which means it has more hate crimes that happen.
gh
:flamerDe

posted on Nov, 16 2016 @ 04:58 PM

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: TinfoilTP

originally posted by: jtma508

Let's see if I can explain statistics and the irresponsible use of numbers to you. Let's say we have two fictitious states: State A and State B. State A has 12 incidents of hate crimes and State B has 4. Which is worse? If you chose either State A or State B dunk your head in the toilet repeatedly and write on your computer screen 'I'm too stupid to be posting on ATS'. Why? because, like the OP, you don't have all the numbers to make that determination.

Now, State A has a population of 10,000 people. Population of State B is 1,000. Now, having this additional information, you can see that even though State B had a lower number of total incidents, hate crimes for State B was over 3 times higher than that that of State A.

This is how easy it is to use numbers to mislead people.

No, if State A is Blue, then it has more hateful liberals which means it has more hate crimes that happen.
gh
:flamerDe

posted on Nov, 16 2016 @ 04:58 PM

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: TinfoilTP

originally posted by: jtma508

Let's see if I can explain statistics and the irresponsible use of numbers to you. Let's say we have two fictitious states: State A and State B. State A has 12 incidents of hate crimes and State B has 4. Which is worse? If you chose either State A or State B dunk your head in the toilet repeatedly and write on your computer screen 'I'm too stupid to be posting on ATS'. Why? because, like the OP, you don't have all the numbers to make that determination.

Now, State A has a population of 10,000 people. Population of State B is 1,000. Now, having this additional information, you can see that even though State B had a lower number of total incidents, hate crimes for State B was over 3 times higher than that that of State A.

This is how easy it is to use numbers to mislead people.

No, if State A is Blue, then it has more hateful liberals which means it has more hate crimes that happen.
gh
:flamerDe

posted on Nov, 16 2016 @ 04:58 PM

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: luciferslight

originally posted by: TinfoilTP

originally posted by: jtma508

Let's see if I can explain statistics and the irresponsible use of numbers to you. Let's say we have two fictitious states: State A and State B. State A has 12 incidents of hate crimes and State B has 4. Which is worse? If you chose either State A or State B dunk your head in the toilet repeatedly and write on your computer screen 'I'm too stupid to be posting on ATS'. Why? because, like the OP, you don't have all the numbers to make that determination.

Now, State A has a population of 10,000 people. Population of State B is 1,000. Now, having this additional information, you can see that even though State B had a lower number of total incidents, hate crimes for State B was over 3 times higher than that that of State A.

This is how easy it is to use numbers to mislead people.

No, if State A is Blue, then it has more hateful liberals which means it has more hate crimes that happen.
gh
:flamerDe

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