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I love making fun of Canadians because of the irony.
It is difficult to imagine a less offensive group of people.
There really is no reason to pick on them. It's like going to a grade school and ignoring the class geek, the class bully, the class jock and getting all up in the grill of some normal, average, polite kid who just tries to mind his own business.
Of course, the fact they are so quiet makes me wonder if they are up to something, but I digress.
I was watching TED talks by Hans Rosling[^] and thought some people here might find them interesting. There are some surprising revelations that come out from the datasets and graphs.
What makes it even more fun is the graphing tool he uses. It's a flash app, free to use at this[^] website*.
*Warning: The app can be a major time-waster.
"It was when I found out I could make mistakes that I knew I was on to something."
"Philosophy is a study that lets us be unhappy more intelligently."
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