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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Nov-24-05 02:22 PM
Response to Reply #86
89. Take a walk on the wild side, c'mon, you know you want too!



This was left out of the response above. Sensei also said:

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THE ORIGINAL SCENARIO YOU CAME UP WITH IN THE DU "GAME" THREAD
IN WHICH I WAS BANNED (HOW DID THAT HAPPEN?) WAS ESSENTIALLY THIS:
1- 15% OF GORE VOTERS (3 MILLION) VOTED FOR BUSH
2- KERRY WINS JUST 52% OF NEW VOTERS.

NOT VERY PLAUSIBLE.

THE FINAL EXIT POLL HAD KERRY WINNING 54% OF NEW VOTERS (TOO LOW).
AND 10% OF GORE VOTERS VOTING FOR BUSH (TOO HIGH).
IN THE 1:25PM FINAL, THE WEIGHTS/PERCENTAGES WERE CHANGED
TO MATCH THE VOTE.

SO, OF COURSE, BUSH WON THE FINAL EXIT POLL. HE HAD TO.
BECAUSE THEY FORCED THE NUMBERS TO MAKE IT SO...

43/37, 43/37, 43/37, 43/37...
IMPOSSIBLE, IMPOSSIBLE, IMPOSSIBLE, IMPOSSIBLE

AND THAT WAS THE ONLY TIME LINE THAT HE WON.

AT THE 12:22AM TIME LINE, KERRY WON 91% OF GORE VOTERS.
AND 57% OF NEW VOTERS.

AND THE FINAL'S 200O VOTER TURNOUT
43% OF 2004 VOTERS FOR BUSH AND 37% FOR GORE?
- CLEARLY IMPOSSIBLE.
OOPS, I REPEAT MY SELF.
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