I am, in fact, a fan of Béla Fleck, and I’m sure that Fleck
Controls does offer an exceptionally broad line of high quality
water treatment controls. But nobody carries the
Fleck name like
Just doing what I can.
If anybody ever quotes statistics, always ask for the source. If the source
happens to be a survey, always read the survey carefully. They’re usually
worded in a manner that skews the results in somebody’s favor. Here’s an
I just received a Republican Party Census Document. Apparently they think
I’m one of them. This is an understandable mistake, given that I haven’t
really publicly spoken out against Bush in, oh, fifteen minutes or so.
The survey is a series of 15 questions, each with Yes, No,
and Undecided. Here is a sampling of a biased survey:
Right, so the natural implication (to normal people, not mathematicians)
to any of these is that if you say No, you oppose the goal, and
not just the plans in question. The fourth one is even more fun, because
it nicely presupposes that our current defense needs aren’t already met.
The form ends by guilting you into giving them money. Here are the choices: