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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    Is there a reason you're refusing to answer the question??
    Make a thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    Make a thread.
    No thanks, I'm good here. You're being resistant, with good reason. I'm just illustrating that nobody likes being railroaded by leading and fallacious questions, which is very much OT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    No thanks, I'm good here. You're being resistant, with good reason. I'm just illustrating that nobody likes being railroaded by leading and fallacious questions, which is very much OT.
    Does "nobody" include the people who answered my quiz and then were messaged the correct answers in private?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    Does "nobody" include the people who answered my quiz and then were messaged the correct answers in private?
    Yes, I'm pretty sure it's nobody.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    Yes, I'm pretty sure it's nobody.
    Now can you find someone else's thread to crash?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    Now can you find someone else's thread to crash?
    Actually, my apologies Mal, and thread. I just assumed this was some sort of political agenda BS, I can see now that it isn't necessarily that. I'll find another thread to crash.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    Actually, my apologies Mal, and thread. I just assumed this was some sort of political agenda BS, I can see now that it isn't necessarily that. I'll find another thread to crash.
    This is general psychology. What is it with you and politics all the time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    This is general psychology. What is it with you and politics all the time?
    Hah, this response really gave me a chuckle. /Exits thread
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    Hah, this response really gave me a chuckle. /Exits thread
    Yeah. I don't get it. I branch out into several subjects, not just politics 24/7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    1. To change the way people behave, you must first change their attitudes.
    2. The more you’re rewarded for an activity, the more you’ll enjoy it.
    3. When people decide things as a group, they usually make more moderate decisions than an individual deciding alone.
    4. If they are alone, people are less likely to help someone on the street who may be in trouble.
    5. On average, heterosexual men have more sexual partners than heterosexual women.
    Let's see...

    1: No, you just have to change the situation, then someone's behaviour will change without any great shift in attitude.

    2: I don't think so, though you will put up with more shit for greater reward. I've seen this in the workplace a number of times. In the end, though people usually prepared to pay for what they enjoy and expect to get paid for what they hate.

    3: Tough one, but I'm going with no. I've observed that when people agree with each other, they tend to reinforce their own actions. Two people in agreement become braver than one person alone.

    4: I've read about this one. Apparently the answer is yes. Rather sad, really.

    5: Interesting question, from a mathematically point of view. If you are talking about a mean average, then no. Hetero men are mostly going to be having sex with hetero women, and vice versa, so the mean average should be very much the same, given a little confusion caused by heteros having sex with bisexuals. I don't think that would skew the averages much. However, if you are talking a median or modal answer, then the answers can very different. There are more female hetero sex workers than male hetero sex workers, and they have a number of partners much higher than the mean seen amongst other women. That would show up on a mean, but not a median or modal answer, so you can get different results for the two sexes using those sort of averages. Still, you did ask for a yes or no answer, so I'll go with yes.
    Don't make whine out of sour grapes.

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