Whatever the question… this is the answer:
which is quite an interesting problem because, given the statistical fact that we make more mistakes than right things, from the stats point of view it may be the right answer…but there could be that ONE question that actually kills you.
P.S. While I was wandering with my ‘never again’ sign through the crowd at Fremantle I saw a lady with a sign which said ‘stop it now‘, she gave a second take at my sign with a naughty smile which prompted me to tell her “Do not ask me what!” and she said “You likewise, young man!”
The witty Aussie Sheila!
Andrea Ketoff così risponde a questa mia provocazione:
Interessante il tuo approccio statistico. Ti rispondo con una domanda contenuta nella mail immediatamente successiva alla tua…
“There is an ethos of maintaining privacy and confidentiality — which sometimes is very beneficial. But when somebody’s dead, do you wish you’d worked to maintain their privacy, or do you wish you’d worked to keep them alive?”