Statistics. How I feel about them. (in Off-topic)
Speaking of poison and other statistical jargon.
In other news the fact that several people in the top ten are using RoBFs means that the RoBF is broken. The fact that less than 0.1% of total trained exp is trained into armor proficiency means that is is horrendously underpowered. And the potential ability for DM to be really efficient is game breaking.
A friendly reminder that it's too easy to manipulate statistical data for one's own ends. Ask questions.
Haha that was really funny :). 6 and 9 were my favorite.
November 10 2009 2:42 AM EST
That was funny stuff. Thanks for that :)
November 10 2009 2:45 AM EST
73% of all statistics are made up on the spot. ;)
November 10 2009 3:12 AM EST
I love people using stats to prove one thing but completely refuse to allow stats that show the opposite to their thing.
RBF vs Archery arguments come to mind.
Meanwhile 77% of Carnageblenders think that the Lord Of The Rings is both the greatest series of books ever and the greatest series of films.
A tiny percentage, too small to state as a statistic because it's called JW, think that the films were good in parts, but had the tendency to feature too much walking over cliff tops with the wind in the hair in the manner of a shampoo commercial to be really good.
"A tiny percentage, too small to state as a statistic because it's called JW, think that the films were good in parts, but had the tendency to feature too much walking over cliff tops with the wind in the hair in the manner of a shampoo commercial to be really good."
Now is that a percentage of 2 users out of the current active 200 odd, or of all users total? >;)
my favourites are easily 4,6,10 and 11.
Thanks for that :)
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