I am fascinated by this chart, which shows that scientific views are heavily influenced by local views. There is not a lot of cultural/demographic difference between some of the rural counties bordering states. For example, look at the difference between western MN and eastern ND, or Vermont vs. Western NH, or eastern CO and eastern WY.
What is something that locals where you live act/think differently than nearby places that a demographically similar?
Type "why" into Google. What are some of the predictive suggestions?
Have people seen this house, which is only a stone's throw away from Big Gunpowder Falls?
@ben_j_lindsay: Here's a summary of all the statistical errors:
Type I: False Negative
Type II: False Positive
Type III: Mixing up false negative and false positive
Type IIII: Forgetting how Roman numerals work
Type V: Putting data into Excel
Type 6: Inconsistent data types
Q: Cashiers of Reddit, do you judge us customers by the products or quantity of products we buy? What are some stereotypes?
A: If you buy more than 2 jugs of milk you are making yogurt and you are Indian.
A bit of a far-fetched vacation guide:
@Iamnot_nkulieb: There’s this woman on tiktok who posts recipes but in the voice over she gives updates about her ending of her marriage and how she found out her ex was having an affair
I AM SO HEAVILY INVESTED
omg what (this is a baseball tweet) https://twitter.com/MichelleyM/status/1385500620967137280?s=20v
Pour one out - I own the giant head he used to come out of at shows.
"Gregory Edward Jacobs, known as Shock G, the frontman for the influential hip-hop group Digital Underground, was found dead on Thursday at a hotel in Tampa, Fla. He was 57.
His death was confirmed by the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, which did not provide a cause.
Digital Underground had a string of hits in the early 1990s and introduced its audience to a little-known rapper named Tupac Shakur. The group’s name sounded like “a band of outlaws from a cyberpunk novel,” with a sound that “straddles the line between reality and fantasy, between silliness and social commentary,” The New York Times wrote in 1991. “Digital Underground is where Parliament left off,” Shock G said at the time, referring to the groundbreaking George Clinton band."
GOOD NEWS FOR A CHANGE
OUR CRUMBLING DEMOCRACY
TODAY IN LA RONA
LOCAL VARIATIONS OF OPINION