There’s no pleasing (or displeasing) everybody at once.

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5 Responses to There’s no pleasing (or displeasing) everybody at once.

  1. c. says:

    Unsurprisingly, they all follow an inverse bell curve.

  2. Finn says:

    The inverse way to look at this is that extremes are reviled…

    “Everything in moderation!”

  3. sinner says:

    Sorry c, a “bell curve” is a probability distribution of a sample, these are functional relationships between two entities. However, your comment still applies.

  4. fireflight says:

    I am reading this at 1 a.m. There must be a correlation.

  5. subWOW says:

    Number of comments? Number of page views?


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