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wow. that IS interesting! i'm glad most people were honest. i believed that all along.
how interesting!..I've seen both sides of it Cube~!
How sad to see that with each generation honesty has decreased.
Good thing there are a few of us left.
Hi mom! :)Guess which one of your beloved offspring is skipping class to send you a virtual hello!
Jennifer! Get back to class in a hurry, missy.
Lol, it really get interesting when they break it down to age and race. But then, I'm not sure their sample was large enough for that survey. Most of the groups were between 10 and 20 people- that's way to little to convince me. But they show a funny trend, though :) Thanks that you posted it. And yay for the women, it looks like we're more honest. That's nice.And I say it's fear from crashing, too. Not that it matters. I simply count the seconds/minutes/hours until I'm off.:) Counting is kind of calming... (comment on your comment on my blog)
"How sad to see that with each generation honesty has decreased."No John, it "shows" no such thing.It appears that people might become more moral as they age, but even that would need to be validated.
denitsa: I'll have to remember counting. I have used the copious amounts of gin & tonic approach myself.caz: I agree. There was an excessive amount of conclusion-jumping for such small sample sizes. However, it was still a fun study.
So one out of four people are honest? Not bad, I guess.
brooke: I think you meant one out of four is dishonest.
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