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#28 - Its a bloody sample, of course its not the whole population, p…  [+] (10 replies) 10/29/2015 on (untitled) +3
#30 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
Sample my ass, you have to count that only 69.4% of the pop use Internet. You have to count for the different demographics that use internet. Probably, and it's a big probably because I don't care enough to look it up, those who voted were young 'westernelized' teens. Probably some western voted too.
I'm not salty, I just care enough to bother contrasting info and not beliving the first thing I see that reaffirms my point of view, wich is what all the people thumbing you up is doing
tldr that poll means nothing, sample too small and narrow
#34 - anon (10/29/2015) [-]
You're being a pedantic fucker and we all know it.

Public oppinion polls are NEVER conducted to scientific trial quality. It would quite frankly be retarded to do so. Stop being a facetious twat.
User avatar
#35 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
If they are NEVER conducted to scientific trial quality they aren't valid representations of anything
Stop being a facetious twat.
#36 - anon (10/29/2015) [-]
And the jackass of the day award goes to....
User avatar
#37 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
Sorry for bursting your bubble
#38 - anon (10/29/2015) [-]
Bursting what bubble? That you don't understand what oppinion polls are and how they're done?

Thats entirely your problem, bub
User avatar
#39 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
Ok, let's go trough this again, a really small percentage ( 0,056%) of Hong Kong pop wants the brit to return. Can we agree with that? Is that enough to say 'surprisingly large support', as OP said?
#40 - anon (10/29/2015) [-]
Of a representative group of the Hong Kong population 92% said that they wanted the british to return.

Statistically this does indeed suggest 'surprisingly large support.'

And if you think that taking representative groups isn't good enough, and therefore no data is valid on basing public oppinion unless you ask everyone, then you're simply a moron and should do a basic statistics course.
User avatar
#41 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
Ok, anon, relax. It's not a representative group of the total population. You can't argue that. I don't even know if you are defending the validness of the poll at this point.
From the source:
The newspaper said in a blog post that the poll was unscientific and "just for fun," and that the question was carefully worded to avoid the impression that responses meant votes from the people of Hong Kong. There was no way to determine whether those who responded were Hong Kong citizens.
Now would you can kindly fuck off
PD red thumbing me doesn't make me wrong
#42 - anon (10/30/2015) [-]
He wasn't offering it up as a fucking UN mandate, he was saying a throwaway tidbit. You then became the pedantic fuckwad so he threw a 3-second googled article to try make you shut up and go away.

You'll chalk this up as a win, but you just come off as a little faggot to everyone that's read this.
#26 - ****** why you got to make me google ****.  [+] (12 replies) 10/29/2015 on (untitled) +4
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#27 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
Ah, that's better
BUT
3.996 people voted
there's 7.071.576 people on Hong Kong
So 0,056% of the population want british government. I wouldn't call that ' a surprisingly large support ' as you just said, Fox News
User avatar
#28 - GeneralLazors (10/29/2015) [-]
Its a bloody sample, of course its not the whole population, people generally don't bother answering surveys anyway that small a response is not uncommon since people can never be bothered to answer surveys. Shits a representation yo, plus like I said having spoken to people from bloody Hong Kong. I don't care enough to lie about this shit you can not believe me since you seem to be extremely salty for no good reason but whatever.
#30 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
Sample my ass, you have to count that only 69.4% of the pop use Internet. You have to count for the different demographics that use internet. Probably, and it's a big probably because I don't care enough to look it up, those who voted were young 'westernelized' teens. Probably some western voted too.
I'm not salty, I just care enough to bother contrasting info and not beliving the first thing I see that reaffirms my point of view, wich is what all the people thumbing you up is doing
tldr that poll means nothing, sample too small and narrow
#34 - anon (10/29/2015) [-]
You're being a pedantic fucker and we all know it.

Public oppinion polls are NEVER conducted to scientific trial quality. It would quite frankly be retarded to do so. Stop being a facetious twat.
User avatar
#35 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
If they are NEVER conducted to scientific trial quality they aren't valid representations of anything
Stop being a facetious twat.
#36 - anon (10/29/2015) [-]
And the jackass of the day award goes to....
User avatar
#37 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
Sorry for bursting your bubble
#38 - anon (10/29/2015) [-]
Bursting what bubble? That you don't understand what oppinion polls are and how they're done?

Thats entirely your problem, bub
User avatar
#39 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
Ok, let's go trough this again, a really small percentage ( 0,056%) of Hong Kong pop wants the brit to return. Can we agree with that? Is that enough to say 'surprisingly large support', as OP said?
#40 - anon (10/29/2015) [-]
Of a representative group of the Hong Kong population 92% said that they wanted the british to return.

Statistically this does indeed suggest 'surprisingly large support.'

And if you think that taking representative groups isn't good enough, and therefore no data is valid on basing public oppinion unless you ask everyone, then you're simply a moron and should do a basic statistics course.
User avatar
#41 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
Ok, anon, relax. It's not a representative group of the total population. You can't argue that. I don't even know if you are defending the validness of the poll at this point.
From the source:
The newspaper said in a blog post that the poll was unscientific and "just for fun," and that the question was carefully worded to avoid the impression that responses meant votes from the people of Hong Kong. There was no way to determine whether those who responded were Hong Kong citizens.
Now would you can kindly fuck off
PD red thumbing me doesn't make me wrong
#42 - anon (10/30/2015) [-]
He wasn't offering it up as a fucking UN mandate, he was saying a throwaway tidbit. You then became the pedantic fuckwad so he threw a 3-second googled article to try make you shut up and go away.

You'll chalk this up as a win, but you just come off as a little faggot to everyone that's read this.
#24 - Never bothered to look for an official one I will admit, but i…  [+] (14 replies) 10/29/2015 on (untitled) +1
#25 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
Does your uncle work for Nintendo? Why say something if you can't back it up with sources? Until you do, what you just said falls in the 'Internet bullshit' category
pic unrelated
User avatar
#26 - GeneralLazors (10/29/2015) [-]
www.rfa.org/english/news/china/hong-kong-03142013141313.html

Nigger why you got to make me google shit.
User avatar
#27 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
Ah, that's better
BUT
3.996 people voted
there's 7.071.576 people on Hong Kong
So 0,056% of the population want british government. I wouldn't call that ' a surprisingly large support ' as you just said, Fox News
User avatar
#28 - GeneralLazors (10/29/2015) [-]
Its a bloody sample, of course its not the whole population, people generally don't bother answering surveys anyway that small a response is not uncommon since people can never be bothered to answer surveys. Shits a representation yo, plus like I said having spoken to people from bloody Hong Kong. I don't care enough to lie about this shit you can not believe me since you seem to be extremely salty for no good reason but whatever.
#30 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
Sample my ass, you have to count that only 69.4% of the pop use Internet. You have to count for the different demographics that use internet. Probably, and it's a big probably because I don't care enough to look it up, those who voted were young 'westernelized' teens. Probably some western voted too.
I'm not salty, I just care enough to bother contrasting info and not beliving the first thing I see that reaffirms my point of view, wich is what all the people thumbing you up is doing
tldr that poll means nothing, sample too small and narrow
#34 - anon (10/29/2015) [-]
You're being a pedantic fucker and we all know it.

Public oppinion polls are NEVER conducted to scientific trial quality. It would quite frankly be retarded to do so. Stop being a facetious twat.
User avatar
#35 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
If they are NEVER conducted to scientific trial quality they aren't valid representations of anything
Stop being a facetious twat.
#36 - anon (10/29/2015) [-]
And the jackass of the day award goes to....
User avatar
#37 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
Sorry for bursting your bubble
#38 - anon (10/29/2015) [-]
Bursting what bubble? That you don't understand what oppinion polls are and how they're done?

Thats entirely your problem, bub
User avatar
#39 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
Ok, let's go trough this again, a really small percentage ( 0,056%) of Hong Kong pop wants the brit to return. Can we agree with that? Is that enough to say 'surprisingly large support', as OP said?
#40 - anon (10/29/2015) [-]
Of a representative group of the Hong Kong population 92% said that they wanted the british to return.

Statistically this does indeed suggest 'surprisingly large support.'

And if you think that taking representative groups isn't good enough, and therefore no data is valid on basing public oppinion unless you ask everyone, then you're simply a moron and should do a basic statistics course.
User avatar
#41 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
Ok, anon, relax. It's not a representative group of the total population. You can't argue that. I don't even know if you are defending the validness of the poll at this point.
From the source:
The newspaper said in a blog post that the poll was unscientific and "just for fun," and that the question was carefully worded to avoid the impression that responses meant votes from the people of Hong Kong. There was no way to determine whether those who responded were Hong Kong citizens.
Now would you can kindly fuck off
PD red thumbing me doesn't make me wrong
#42 - anon (10/30/2015) [-]
He wasn't offering it up as a fucking UN mandate, he was saying a throwaway tidbit. You then became the pedantic fuckwad so he threw a 3-second googled article to try make you shut up and go away.

You'll chalk this up as a win, but you just come off as a little faggot to everyone that's read this.
#18 - This seems to be happening in a surprising amount of former pa…  [+] (16 replies) 10/29/2015 on (untitled) +4
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#23 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
Do you have a source on that info?
User avatar
#24 - GeneralLazors (10/29/2015) [-]
Never bothered to look for an official one I will admit, but i'm good friends with a large number of students from Hong Kong at my Uni who tell me this is the case.
#25 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
Does your uncle work for Nintendo? Why say something if you can't back it up with sources? Until you do, what you just said falls in the 'Internet bullshit' category
pic unrelated
User avatar
#26 - GeneralLazors (10/29/2015) [-]
www.rfa.org/english/news/china/hong-kong-03142013141313.html

Nigger why you got to make me google shit.
User avatar
#27 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
Ah, that's better
BUT
3.996 people voted
there's 7.071.576 people on Hong Kong
So 0,056% of the population want british government. I wouldn't call that ' a surprisingly large support ' as you just said, Fox News
User avatar
#28 - GeneralLazors (10/29/2015) [-]
Its a bloody sample, of course its not the whole population, people generally don't bother answering surveys anyway that small a response is not uncommon since people can never be bothered to answer surveys. Shits a representation yo, plus like I said having spoken to people from bloody Hong Kong. I don't care enough to lie about this shit you can not believe me since you seem to be extremely salty for no good reason but whatever.
#30 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
Sample my ass, you have to count that only 69.4% of the pop use Internet. You have to count for the different demographics that use internet. Probably, and it's a big probably because I don't care enough to look it up, those who voted were young 'westernelized' teens. Probably some western voted too.
I'm not salty, I just care enough to bother contrasting info and not beliving the first thing I see that reaffirms my point of view, wich is what all the people thumbing you up is doing
tldr that poll means nothing, sample too small and narrow
#34 - anon (10/29/2015) [-]
You're being a pedantic fucker and we all know it.

Public oppinion polls are NEVER conducted to scientific trial quality. It would quite frankly be retarded to do so. Stop being a facetious twat.
User avatar
#35 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
If they are NEVER conducted to scientific trial quality they aren't valid representations of anything
Stop being a facetious twat.
#36 - anon (10/29/2015) [-]
And the jackass of the day award goes to....
User avatar
#37 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
Sorry for bursting your bubble
#38 - anon (10/29/2015) [-]
Bursting what bubble? That you don't understand what oppinion polls are and how they're done?

Thats entirely your problem, bub
User avatar
#39 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
Ok, let's go trough this again, a really small percentage ( 0,056%) of Hong Kong pop wants the brit to return. Can we agree with that? Is that enough to say 'surprisingly large support', as OP said?
#40 - anon (10/29/2015) [-]
Of a representative group of the Hong Kong population 92% said that they wanted the british to return.

Statistically this does indeed suggest 'surprisingly large support.'

And if you think that taking representative groups isn't good enough, and therefore no data is valid on basing public oppinion unless you ask everyone, then you're simply a moron and should do a basic statistics course.
User avatar
#41 - oxidoferroso (10/29/2015) [-]
Ok, anon, relax. It's not a representative group of the total population. You can't argue that. I don't even know if you are defending the validness of the poll at this point.
From the source:
The newspaper said in a blog post that the poll was unscientific and "just for fun," and that the question was carefully worded to avoid the impression that responses meant votes from the people of Hong Kong. There was no way to determine whether those who responded were Hong Kong citizens.
Now would you can kindly fuck off
PD red thumbing me doesn't make me wrong
#42 - anon (10/30/2015) [-]
He wasn't offering it up as a fucking UN mandate, he was saying a throwaway tidbit. You then became the pedantic fuckwad so he threw a 3-second googled article to try make you shut up and go away.

You'll chalk this up as a win, but you just come off as a little faggot to everyone that's read this.
#56 - Anyone know what visual novel he is playing?  [+] (1 reply) 10/26/2015 on Random Stuff I found part... 0
#58 - anon (10/26/2015) [-]
It's Akiba's Trip. It's not a visual novel, it's an adventure beat-em-up about vampire-type creatures dressed in human clothing. In order to defeat the vampires you have to strip them in daylight so expose them to the sun. Ten outta ten.