Crap Wisdom from Students
"This survey is relatively cheap and easy (like my Ex)..."
Way too much information my friend. Really.
"Using the census is a great way to get information."
I like short, declarative sentences! See Spot run! Run, Spot, run!
"The findings in this article are not entirely defendable, as demonstrated through the advantages and disadvantages of the methods, but the scapegoat for the researchers in is the fact that it is the fist of its kind (concerning the death penalty) to use both qualitative and quantitative analysis, and therefore it requires new, untested methods for analyzing its data."
I don't even know where to begin. You've actually rendered me speechless. Bravo.
"This study also touches base on whether or not the perceiver's age is affected by the color bias."
Well, that would be a neat trick. Next see if their sex is affected by their political leanings.
"They defined it as autonomous of concepts such as culture and homogony which have been used to explain participant mobilization in the past."
If you can explain to me what that sentence means, you'll get an A on the spot.
"Finally, discourse strategies were used to achieve the meanings of ideological sentences in the writings which are known as indexical expressions."
You're a philosophy major, aren't you?
"Don't sample every sample."
'Cause we're too le-git, too legit to quit! Hey hey!
"R-squared for this analysis would be 12, which is the number of times that the regression analysis occurs in a given analysis."
I'll grant it tends to feel that way when I'm writing programs, but still...
"First your methods must be approved by the Human Committee Board."
The "Human Committee Board?" That is one helluva lot of red tape.
"However, on the positive side, altering the data could prove a theory."
You're making baby Jesus cry.