Saturday, October 18, 2008

What language are you speaking?

Ok, there's 'negative' ....and then there's NEGATIVE. Truly, is an attack on McCain's health care plan equivalent to character assassination?

God love the U-Wisc. Advertising Project, but it does demonstrate the degree to which I've always believed "social science" to be an oxymoron. Despite its best intentions, it usually does a great disservice by trying to quantify the qualitative.

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October 18, 2008
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Tony said...

You malappropriated the term "equivocal", which means ambiguous, not equivalent.

biz said...

doh indeed - it didn't feel right. duly changed -thx!