Where are all of the LOSER wing nuts?
Bridgework

Olathe, KS

#111 Nov 14, 2012
Amused Slew wrote:
How many time ??? GO ahead, ACTUALLY make a point for a change... LMAOROTFU~!
As I recall, you predicted a RawMoney win, how does crow taste ??? Poor trollop... LMAOROFU~!
Are you denying that you have called Cain a presidential candidate on multiple occasions?
DSM Local

Saint Paul, MN

#112 Nov 14, 2012
Niether of the Above wrote:
<quoted text>You see predictions, a guess at the future, is far different from actual math. Predictions or speculation are an in exact science, whereas math is an exact science!! Public School Education??? Just curious!
So let's see if I understand this: there is science involved in intentionally biasing poll results in favor of Republicans???

Huh. I thought it was just plain old dishonesty.

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#113 Nov 14, 2012
DSM Local wrote:
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So let's see if I understand this: there is science involved in intentionally biasing poll results in favor of Republicans???
Huh. I thought it was just plain old dishonesty.
Another example of the math thing going over some liberal's head! Free public school failure continues!
socialist muslim

Minneapolis, MN

#114 Nov 14, 2012
Jacki De wrote:
The good news is barry soetoro will be gone in 4 yrs. and it looks like billary will make a run at the job. We the 58 million that did not and will not vote for a socialst muslim are watching, and detailing all things bad that can be blamed on barry - just like the left wing nut jobs have been doing to President Bush for yrs.
_________ look out barry here comes the FISCAL CLIFF !!
<quoted text>
this is what we have a muslim socialist, that takes from the successful and he spends your money where he sees fit. Be strong the fifty eight million that did not follow the muslim, watch every liberal move he makes and make it known that he barry soetoro is the person to blame.

not President George Bush, as the left wing nut jobs still do to this day.
Jessica

Baldwin Park, CA

#115 Nov 14, 2012
Niether of the Above wrote:
<quoted text>You see predictions, a guess at the future, is far different from actual math. Predictions or speculation are an in exact science, whereas math is an exact science!! Public School Education??? Just curious!
Lol, Math was used to reach the more accurate predictions wasn't it? Ever take statistics? I guess that isn't an actual math class? Let me guess, republican voter?
DSM Local

Saint Paul, MN

#116 Nov 14, 2012
Niether of the Above wrote:
<quoted text>Another example of the math thing going over some liberal's head! Free public school failure continues!
Help me understand, oh wise and pompous azz.

There is science involved in intentionally biasing poll results in favor of Republicans. How so?

I thought it was just plain old dishonesty.

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#117 Nov 14, 2012
Jessica wrote:
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Lol, Math was used to reach the more accurate predictions wasn't it? Ever take statistics? I guess that isn't an actual math class? Let me guess, republican voter?
Wrong Jessica my darling, Statistics are evaluated and then projections can be made based on probablity. When you are making predictions, statistical sampling can be used, but there are many variable which could and may affect the final outcome. In math, 2+2 is always 4 Exact! no probable! See dear, that is how it works. Alway glad to help an obvious liberal, educated in our Government Schools. Just say thanks and have another hit.

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#118 Nov 14, 2012
DSM Local wrote:
<quoted text>
Help me understand, oh wise and pompous azz.
There is science involved in intentionally biasing poll results in favor of Republicans. How so?
I thought it was just plain old dishonesty.
First of all if you want a favor, you have be nice, and quite frankly DSM/bob or what ever the hell your name is, your not very nice. Poll have error factors, polls have biased, I have never denied that! Polls take data, factor it into some mathematical formula and spit out probablities, not facts! Too many variables to be absolute, hence the plus or minus error factor. I am not defending any poll, I could care less and said so long ago.
DSM Local

Saint Paul, MN

#119 Nov 14, 2012
Funny how the unbiased polls were able to make accurate unbiased predictions, which you wingnuts promptly called "skewed" and said that they "oversampled Democrats" strictly because the results did not suit your political views.

Or things like the human contribution to global warming. It isn't science because it doesn't agree with your political agenda.

Or we could talk evolution....

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#120 Nov 14, 2012
DSM Local wrote:
Funny how the unbiased polls were able to make accurate unbiased predictions, which you wingnuts promptly called "skewed" and said that they "oversampled Democrats" strictly because the results did not suit your political views.
Or things like the human contribution to global warming. It isn't science because it doesn't agree with your political agenda.
Or we could talk evolution....
Stop! No such thing as an "unbiased" poll. The very biases of the pollsters, on how the question is phrased, the inflection in their voice, how the question is answered make all poll subjective and thereby in some sense biased. Doesn't make em right or wrong, but there is some bias and therefore, technically skewed one way or the other.
Just for your information, we no longer refer to it as "global warming" it is now climate change and be advised, other than it being the highest focus for Mr Gore, no one else has it very high on their agenda regardless of what party you belong to! It is the Economy
Jessica

Baldwin Park, CA

#121 Nov 14, 2012
Niether of the Above wrote:
<quoted text>your not very nice.o.
lol, "your?" That is funny after making fun of public schooling, where most people learn not to make glaring writing mistakes like that.

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#122 Nov 14, 2012
Jessica wrote:
<quoted text>
lol, "your?" That is funny after making fun of public schooling, where most people learn not to make glaring writing mistakes like that.
Jessica, I didn't figure you to be a member of the grammer/spelling cop patrol on topix! But good for you, you obviously sobered up enough to find that mistake instead of refuting my arguement/position. One step at a time, you can do it!!
Amused Slew

Kent, WA

#123 Nov 14, 2012
Niether of the Above wrote:
<quoted text>Jessica, I didn't figure you to be a member of the grammer/spelling cop patrol on topix! But good for you, you obviously sobered up enough to find that mistake instead of refuting my arguement/position. One step at a time, you can do it!!
Grammar & argument, moron...Funny, you see not connection between intelligence and detail oriented work... Perhaps, because you have no intelligence and don't work (& probably never have). Poor chicken heart ! LMAOROTFU~!
Jessica

Baldwin Park, CA

#124 Nov 14, 2012
Since you want to quibble over whether statistics is math or not, how about adding up numbers, is that not math? How about then getting the average or mean, is that not math either?

Going after grammar can be a bit of a distraction in a real "debate," however poor grammar and spelling does give a nod to one's education, especially when they are making fun of someone else's education as somehow inferior.
Bridgework

Minneapolis, MN

#125 Nov 14, 2012
Amused Slew wrote:
What's a pool tax, something you made up ??? Son, you agreed you have a transparent head, I'm figuring EMPTY !!! LMAOROTFU~!
You seem to keep everyone else's mistakes on file forever, but quickly forget about your own.

Smart Liberal

“The one and only Smart Liberal”

Since: Aug 12

Former MN Tax Payer

#126 Nov 14, 2012
Jessica wrote:
Since you want to quibble over whether statistics is math or not, how about adding up numbers, is that not math? How about then getting the average or mean, is that not math either?
Going after grammar can be a bit of a distraction in a real "debate," however poor grammar and spelling does give a nod to one's education, especially when they are making fun of someone else's education as somehow inferior.
Is there a reason you do not want to say you are a proud graduate of the public school system?

I hear that the graduation rate is now up to 59% in Oakland, CA. Oh, yeah. That is something to be real proud of.

http://www.sfgate.com/education/article/Calif...
Amused Slew

Kent, WA

#128 Nov 14, 2012
Bridgework wrote:
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You seem to keep everyone else's mistakes on file forever, but quickly forget about your own.
OMG ??? I'm so sorry, I won't help you point out my mistakes.... Had I known, you're so simple you can't hold up your part of the discussion.... LMAOROTFU~! Geez, grow a pair and buy some long pants, pansy....
Bridgework

Minneapolis, MN

#129 Nov 14, 2012
Amused Slew wrote:
<quoted text>OMG ??? I'm so sorry, I won't help you point out my mistakes.... Had I known, you're so simple you can't hold up your part of the discussion.... LMAOROTFU~! Geez, grow a pair and buy some long pants, pansy....
Did I ask you to help point out your own mistakes? You should at least have the wherewithal to recognize the amount of mistakes you make on a daily basis. Also what is "my part of the discussion"? Should I talk about the dojo you go to? I bet you learn great karate in the basement of a mini-mall.
Jessica

Baldwin Park, CA

#130 Nov 14, 2012
Smart Liberal wrote:
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Is there a reason you do not want to say you are a proud graduate of the public school system?
I hear that the graduation rate is now up to 59% in Oakland, CA. Oh, yeah. That is something to be real proud of.
http://www.sfgate.com/education/article/Calif...
WELL NOW lol, if it is that way in Oakland, it must be that way everywhere! Around here we call that cherry picking facts.
I am a proud graduate of several public schools. In fact, I have met many co-workers that went to snobby private schools for the same major, that are at best equal to me in competence, but in a lot of cases, less capable.
Amused Slew

Kent, WA

#131 Nov 14, 2012
Bridgework wrote:
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Did I ask you to help point out your own mistakes? You should at least have the wherewithal to recognize the amount of mistakes you make on a daily basis. Also what is "my part of the discussion"? Should I talk about the dojo you go to? I bet you learn great karate in the basement of a mini-mall.
When men say I bet, it has meaning... What did you mean ??? LMAOROTFU~! Poor schlep....

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