Entry 03: The Cave Johnson School of Statistics

posted Nov 19, 2012, 7:43 AM by Unknown user   [ updated Nov 19, 2012, 7:43 AM by Brad Kohl ]
Hello readers! Patrick Curoe here, with new news in the field of statistics. 

Well, not really, nothing's really new, but everything proceeds as normal. Which is good. The survey has more work done to it, I start sending emails by the bevy (a unit of measurement associated with metric kilotonnes), and I begin construction of the stick of statistical science to wave at things. And that is the reason for the title of this post by the way. Because Cave Johnson, investors.

Also, yesterday, I spoke on a panel about being a child of my decidedly unique parentage (half-god, half-dragon, five-sevenths Queerspawn) at PFLAG. (Parents and Friends of Lesbians And Gays, which really should be something like PAFOLAG if they are capitalizing the A, but I digress.) So if you happen to have a time machine you have not started marketing for the vast amounts it would take in, (and the Science! that could be done by messing up the timeline) you can go back and time and watch me shamelessly make jokes while my mother tries to shut me up. Great entertainment, that.

Pointless self-advertising aside, now you know what goes on in the gay rights front of my life, where I try so very hard to be fair and balanced, despite the considerable difficulties I have not being lesbspawn at people. On reflection, I suppose that turns me into some kind of BGLT-friendly Fox News. There's a comforting thought.

Patrick Curoe. We're done here.*

*bonus points and a potato if you got that.
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