Wednesday, October 13, 2004

Statistics don't lie but

After AP's Genaro C. Armas expends some 600 words to maintain the tilt of this study by the Working Poor Families Project, Byron at Slings and Arrows straightens it back out in about 150. I'll bet Byron spent alot less time per word than Armas, but then Byron wasn't trying to baffle with statistics.

You have to wonder, did Armas think he had prepared a coherent summary of the study by using all those numbers?


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