Bell curves... normal distribution...
How many bell curves are there? 1 for each trait? How many traits are there? hundred? thousands? more like millions.
Bell curves based on probabilities.
1 standard deviation from mean encompasses 68% of population
2 SD from mean => 95%
3 SD from mean => 99.7%
What counts for eccentric? 3 SD or more away from the mean?
So 0.3% of population is classified as eccentric.... for a given trait.
Now how many traits are there again? In the millions.
Let's keep it simple... 1X10^6 traits * 0.03% chance for eccentricity of a single trait.
*coughs* My math's horrible... but it sure seems like everybody's bound to be eccentric in some shape or form...
Nobody likes eccentrics? Well I guess we must be hypocrites because we sure like ourselves lots... for being "normal". (me love me puns)