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Chriz
15-06-2004, 11:05 PM
Hammer feverishly wrote:

> This is why I advocate the right to own firearms for self-defence.
> There are too many of these gung-ho dickheads out there looking for
> trouble all the time. If a few of them were shot it might make the
> rest of them think twice.
>
> Sometimes only the threat of deadly force will stop some people. All
> it takes is for one of them to be shot dead by an armed citizen and
> the rest would find something else to do - that's what happens in
> areas of America where citizens have the right to defend themselves
> meaningfully. It's just too much risk to screw with an armed
> population. The message is clear - Australia is unarmed, and you can
> screw with anyone weaker than you because they can't fight back with
> any meaningful force.
>
> A message to anyone in Australia, if someone is stronger than you
> they can do whatever they like to you because there's little you can
> do about it, unless there is a cop close by. Criminals and corrupt
> government agents have this wonderful perfect utopia called Australia
> where they can do what they like to the unarmed populace, the one
> thing a criminal most fears is a firearm in the hands of the
> law-abiding citizen or honest law-enforcement officer. When a
> criminal encounters such a firearm they usually lose their freedom or
> their life which is of course beneficial to the law-abiding populace
> as well as the honest law enforcement officers.
>
> Put the right to keep and bear arms into the equation and a whole new
> attitude is expressed.

What happens when these firearms are stolen and get into the wrong hands?

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DemSoc
15-06-2004, 11:55 PM
You make it sould like a crime to vote for the liberals. I never said I did.
You are stupid, you are assuming you know me when you clearly do not. You
have no proof how I ever voted.

"TheMoron" <noreply@noreply.com> wrote in message
news:a0Zyc.19395$sj4.1176@news-server.bigpond.net.au...
>
> "DemSoc" <DemSoc@MarxismIsEvil.com> wrote in message
> news:1wYyc.19342$sj4.2800@news-server.bigpond.net.au...
> > You got it in one. The femnazis want a society of whipped lapdogs.
>
> So do I assume you aren't voting for the people who made the Ad, the
> Liberals?
>
> Then again you've always been a Liberal voter haven't you Moz.
>
> -TheMan-
>
>

Darkfalz
16-06-2004, 12:25 AM
"Hammer" <donotspamme@spamsucks.bad> wrote in message
news:9d022c617073eab4edeb2e4a435e9749@news.teranew s.com...
> This is why I advocate the right to own firearms for self-defence. There
are
> too many of these gung-ho dickheads out there looking for trouble all the
> time. If a few of them were shot it might make the rest of them think
twice.

You don't seem to take into account what this kind of sense of power does to
people. It's like people who take "self defense" classes and after a few
months, their primary intent (although they will pretend otherwise) is
hoping to provoke someone so they can show how they can kick their ass.

Darkfalz
16-06-2004, 12:35 AM
"damnfine" <damnfine@ihug.com.au> wrote in message
news:2j31mbFse97eU2@uni-berlin.de...
> Darkfalz wrote:
> > Why don't they just say what they clearly mean?
> >
> > "If you must beat on someone, make sure it's a man! Then it's OK."
>
> Or, better still, you.

I said beat on, not beat off. Keep your hands to yourself in all respects.

Greg
16-06-2004, 08:35 AM
Australia said NO to violence against women? I'm floored! I thought
I could go there and kick some female ass whenever I felt like it, and
now you tell me it's a crime? The shock! The surprise! The complete
disbelief!

You pathetic people. You may as well tell me that Australia has said
NO to serial killing.

By the way, I guess it's OK to assault men in Australia, since you've
only said no to violence against women.

Now on to this doorknob:

"DJ" <darrelljackson@REMOVE.ozemail.com.au> wrote

poorly

> in message news:<te6zc.16$584.890@nnrp1.ozemail.com.au>...
> I've been reading your posts on and off over the months, and mate, you
> seriously have a problem with women.

Blah blah blah blah blah.

> You should get some sort of help (I'm
> not being mean,

I am.

> I really think you need some professional help to deal with
> this thing you have against women.)

We've heard it all before pal.

> Anyway, your statistics may or may not be right (I don't care to check
> them),

But you do care enough to call him mentally ill because he talked back
to Big Mother, and all while pretending to give a rat's ass about him.

> but it is pretty clear that there is an issue with violence against
> women in the community,

Great. I guess I can smack up a man whenever I feel like it.

> and a campaign that can help change that is a good
> thing.

Sure.

Whenever someone says, "Stop violence against women," I immediately
think, "Well what a good idea, Sherlock. I never would have thought
of that one." Telling someone to stop violence against women is a bit
like telling him to go get a million dollars. Of course, if he could
do that, he would.

If this is the best your hysterical pressure group has to offer, I'm
sadly underwhelmed.

> "Darkfalz" <darkfalz@xis.com.au> wrote in message
> news:2j2vf6Fsov8kU1@uni-berlin.de...
> > Why don't they just say what they clearly mean?

They use muddled language to soften their message because it is
offensive.

> > "If you must beat on someone, make sure it's a man! Then it's OK."
> >
> > Men are already the victims of the overwhelming majority of violent crimes
> > excluding rape,

Are you sure about the last part? Have you taken prisoners into
account?

[...]

> > Australia should be saying NO to violence against EVERYONE, including men,
> > women and CHILDREN.

A simple enough statement, and hard to contest, yet it summons a
gaggle of pecking hens.

pugi
16-06-2004, 01:25 PM
"Greg" <greg1199@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:ac57efe0.0406151425.57b6930@posting.google.co m...

>
> "DJ" <darrelljackson@REMOVE.ozemail.com.au> wrote
>
> poorly
>
> > in message news:<te6zc.16$584.890@nnrp1.ozemail.com.au>...
> > I've been reading your posts on and off over the months, and mate, you

>
> > "Darkfalz" <darkfalz@xis.com.au> wrote in message
> > news:2j2vf6Fsov8kU1@uni-berlin.de...
> > > Why don't they just say what they clearly mean?

[selective snipping]

Whilst I applaud the significance of the ad. I can't help thinking it is
just another ploy for the Government to advertise itself ahead of the next
election.
Much like Victoria's Brack's attempt to pat himself on his back for saving
17% of water, which is bound to be flushed down the Murray ahead of the next
Victorian election....

p

greg
16-06-2004, 11:25 PM
Hammer wrote:
> This is why I advocate the right to own firearms for self-defence. There are
> too many of these gung-ho dickheads out there looking for trouble all the
> time. If a few of them were shot it might make the rest of them think twice.
>
> Sometimes only the threat of deadly force will stop some people. All it
> takes is for one of them to be shot dead by an armed citizen and the rest
> would find something else to do - that's what happens in areas of America
> where citizens have the right to defend themselves meaningfully. It's just
> too much risk to screw with an armed population. The message is clear -
> Australia is unarmed, and you can screw with anyone weaker than you because
> they can't fight back with any meaningful force.
>
> A message to anyone in Australia, if someone is stronger than you they can
> do whatever they like to you because there's little you can do about it,
> unless there is a cop close by. Criminals and corrupt government agents have
> this wonderful perfect utopia called Australia where they can do what they
> like to the unarmed populace, the one thing a criminal most fears is a
> firearm in the hands of the law-abiding citizen or honest law-enforcement
> officer. When a criminal encounters such a firearm they usually lose their
> freedom or their life which is of course beneficial to the law-abiding
> populace as well as the honest law enforcement officers.
>
> Put the right to keep and bear arms into the equation and a whole new
> attitude is expressed.

What has this got to do with the original thread?


>
> H&G
>
> "Darkfalz" <darkfalz@xis.com.au> wrote in message
> news:2j2vf6Fsov8kU1@uni-berlin.de...
>
>>Why don't they just say what they clearly mean?
>>
>>"If you must beat on someone, make sure it's a man! Then it's OK."
>>
>>Men are already the victims of the overwhelming majority of violent crimes
>>excluding rape, and recent studies find that men are the victims in over
>
> 30%
>
>>of domestic violence reports (typically to women abusers).
>>
>>So I guess we should be doing everything we can to push that up and make
>>things equal, right?
>>
>>These ads are disgusting. Where are the abused men telling their side of
>
> the
>
>>story? Where are the stupid bitches claming they thought it was OK to hit
>>him because he was a man and could take it?
>>
>>Australia should be saying NO to violence against EVERYONE, including men,
>>women and CHILDREN.
>>
>>
>
>
>

greg
16-06-2004, 11:35 PM
DJ wrote:
> I've been reading your posts on and off over the months, and mate, you
> seriously have a problem with women. You should get some sort of help (I'm
> not being mean, I really think you need some professional help to deal with
> this thing you have against women.)
>
> Anyway, your statistics may or may not be right (I don't care to check
> them), but it is pretty clear that there is an issue with violence against
> women in the community, and a campaign that can help change that is a good
> thing.

Try here:-
http://www.angryharry.com/esYouThinkThatOnlyMenareViolent.htm

>
> DJ
>
>
> "Darkfalz" <darkfalz@xis.com.au> wrote in message
> news:2j2vf6Fsov8kU1@uni-berlin.de...
>
>>Why don't they just say what they clearly mean?
>>
>>"If you must beat on someone, make sure it's a man! Then it's OK."
>>
>>Men are already the victims of the overwhelming majority of violent crimes
>>excluding rape, and recent studies find that men are the victims in over
>
> 30%
>
>>of domestic violence reports (typically to women abusers).
>>
>>So I guess we should be doing everything we can to push that up and make
>>things equal, right?
>>
>>These ads are disgusting. Where are the abused men telling their side of
>
> the
>
>>story? Where are the stupid bitches claming they thought it was OK to hit
>>him because he was a man and could take it?
>>
>>Australia should be saying NO to violence against EVERYONE, including men,
>>women and CHILDREN.
>>
>>
>
>
>

Su Solomon
17-06-2004, 01:45 AM
greg wrote:
>
> DJ wrote:
> > I've been reading your posts on and off over the months, and mate, you
> > seriously have a problem with women. You should get some sort of help (I'm
> > not being mean, I really think you need some professional help to deal with
> > this thing you have against women.)
> >
> > Anyway, your statistics may or may not be right (I don't care to check
> > them), but it is pretty clear that there is an issue with violence against
> > women in the community, and a campaign that can help change that is a good
> > thing.
>
> Try here:-
> http://www.angryharry.com/esYouThinkThatOnlyMenareViolent.htm

and this

http://www.askheartbeat.com/html/statistics.html





>
> >
> > DJ
> >
> >
> > "Darkfalz" <darkfalz@xis.com.au> wrote in message
> > news:2j2vf6Fsov8kU1@uni-berlin.de...
> >
> >>Why don't they just say what they clearly mean?
> >>
> >>"If you must beat on someone, make sure it's a man! Then it's OK."
> >>
> >>Men are already the victims of the overwhelming majority of violent crimes
> >>excluding rape, and recent studies find that men are the victims in over
> >
> > 30%
> >
> >>of domestic violence reports (typically to women abusers).
> >>
> >>So I guess we should be doing everything we can to push that up and make
> >>things equal, right?
> >>
> >>These ads are disgusting. Where are the abused men telling their side of
> >
> > the
> >
> >>story? Where are the stupid bitches claming they thought it was OK to hit
> >>him because he was a man and could take it?
> >>
> >>Australia should be saying NO to violence against EVERYONE, including men,
> >>women and CHILDREN.
> >>
> >>
> >
> >
> >

greg
17-06-2004, 01:55 AM
Su Solomon wrote:
> greg wrote:
>
>>DJ wrote:
>>
>>>I've been reading your posts on and off over the months, and mate, you
>>>seriously have a problem with women. You should get some sort of help (I'm
>>>not being mean, I really think you need some professional help to deal with
>>>this thing you have against women.)
>>>
>>>Anyway, your statistics may or may not be right (I don't care to check
>>>them), but it is pretty clear that there is an issue with violence against
>>>women in the community, and a campaign that can help change that is a good
>>>thing.
>>
>>Try here:-
>>http://www.angryharry.com/esYouThinkThatOnlyMenareViolent.htm
>
>
> and this
>
> http://www.askheartbeat.com/html/statistics.html

OK, but where's the research backing up all of this? I can make bald
faced statements too, but that doesn't necessarily mean they're true.

>
>
>
>
>
>
>>>DJ
>>>
>>>
>>>"Darkfalz" <darkfalz@xis.com.au> wrote in message
>>>news:2j2vf6Fsov8kU1@uni-berlin.de...
>>>
>>>
>>>>Why don't they just say what they clearly mean?
>>>>
>>>>"If you must beat on someone, make sure it's a man! Then it's OK."
>>>>
>>>>Men are already the victims of the overwhelming majority of violent crimes
>>>>excluding rape, and recent studies find that men are the victims in over
>>>
>>>30%
>>>
>>>
>>>>of domestic violence reports (typically to women abusers).
>>>>
>>>>So I guess we should be doing everything we can to push that up and make
>>>>things equal, right?
>>>>
>>>>These ads are disgusting. Where are the abused men telling their side of
>>>
>>>the
>>>
>>>
>>>>story? Where are the stupid bitches claming they thought it was OK to hit
>>>>him because he was a man and could take it?
>>>>
>>>>Australia should be saying NO to violence against EVERYONE, including men,
>>>>women and CHILDREN.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>

Su Solomon
17-06-2004, 02:25 AM
greg wrote:
>
> Su Solomon wrote:
> > greg wrote:
> >
> >>DJ wrote:
> >>
> >>>I've been reading your posts on and off over the months, and mate, you
> >>>seriously have a problem with women. You should get some sort of help (I'm
> >>>not being mean, I really think you need some professional help to deal with
> >>>this thing you have against women.)
> >>>
> >>>Anyway, your statistics may or may not be right (I don't care to check
> >>>them), but it is pretty clear that there is an issue with violence against
> >>>women in the community, and a campaign that can help change that is a good
> >>>thing.
> >>
> >>Try here:-
> >>http://www.angryharry.com/esYouThinkThatOnlyMenareViolent.htm
> >
> >
> > and this
> >
> > http://www.askheartbeat.com/html/statistics.html
>
> OK, but where's the research backing up all of this? I can make bald
> faced statements too, but that doesn't necessarily mean they're true.


http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/welcome.html


You want facts, or do you want 'stories' to back up your fantasies?


I suggest that you look seriously at the the material posted on the site
that you gave your URL for, and check out the stats that were supplied
by these 'stories', the majority of which were from 'questionnaire'
subsets. In over 80% of these statements drawn from questionnaires, the
proportion of male to female respondents were skewed. More females (in
more then 70% of these cases over 100% more females then males) were the
respondents.

I suggest that before you go off the deep end, you really do need to
understand how statistical statements are acquired and presented.

Su Solomon
17-06-2004, 02:45 AM
Su Solomon wrote:
>
> greg wrote:
> >
> > Su Solomon wrote:
> > > greg wrote:
> > >
> > >>DJ wrote:
> > >>
> > >>>I've been reading your posts on and off over the months, and mate, you
> > >>>seriously have a problem with women. You should get some sort of help (I'm
> > >>>not being mean, I really think you need some professional help to deal with
> > >>>this thing you have against women.)
> > >>>
> > >>>Anyway, your statistics may or may not be right (I don't care to check
> > >>>them), but it is pretty clear that there is an issue with violence against
> > >>>women in the community, and a campaign that can help change that is a good
> > >>>thing.
> > >>
> > >>Try here:-
> > >>http://www.angryharry.com/esYouThinkThatOnlyMenareViolent.htm
> > >
> > >
> > > and this
> > >
> > > http://www.askheartbeat.com/html/statistics.html
> >
> > OK, but where's the research backing up all of this? I can make bald
> > faced statements too, but that doesn't necessarily mean they're true.
>
> http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/welcome.html
>
> You want facts, or do you want 'stories' to back up your fantasies?
>
> I suggest that you look seriously at the the material posted on the site
> that you gave your URL for, and check out the stats that were supplied
> by these 'stories', the majority of which were from 'questionnaire'
> subsets. In over 80% of these statements drawn from questionnaires, the
> proportion of male to female respondents were skewed. More females (in
> more then 70% of these cases over 100% more females then males) were the
> respondents.
>
> I suggest that before you go off the deep end, you really do need to
> understand how statistical statements are acquired and presented.


In addition, you might check out this site:

http://www.cc.gatech.edu/classes/cs6751_97_winter/Topics/quest-design/


in order that you may understand what a questionnaire is all about.

greg
17-06-2004, 03:05 AM
Su Solomon wrote:
> greg wrote:
>
>>Su Solomon wrote:
>>
>>>greg wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>>DJ wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>I've been reading your posts on and off over the months, and mate, you
>>>>>seriously have a problem with women. You should get some sort of help (I'm
>>>>>not being mean, I really think you need some professional help to deal with
>>>>>this thing you have against women.)
>>>>>
>>>>>Anyway, your statistics may or may not be right (I don't care to check
>>>>>them), but it is pretty clear that there is an issue with violence against
>>>>>women in the community, and a campaign that can help change that is a good
>>>>>thing.
>>>>
>>>>Try here:-
>>>>http://www.angryharry.com/esYouThinkThatOnlyMenareViolent.htm
>>>
>>>
>>>and this
>>>
>>>http://www.askheartbeat.com/html/statistics.html
>>
>>OK, but where's the research backing up all of this? I can make bald
>>faced statements too, but that doesn't necessarily mean they're true.
>
>
>
> http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/welcome.html
>
>
> You want facts, or do you want 'stories' to back up your fantasies?

Isn't that what I was asking for? Don't just post a link to a list of
unfounded statements and ask me to believe these constitute "facts".
That's the sort of thing Mosley does. At least the Bureau of Justice
stats gives me something to get my teeth into.

>
>
> I suggest that you look seriously at the the material posted on the site
> that you gave your URL for, and check out the stats that were supplied
> by these 'stories', the majority of which were from 'questionnaire'
> subsets. In over 80% of these statements drawn from questionnaires, the
> proportion of male to female respondents were skewed.

Irrelevant. My case against many of them would be the size of the
samples - too low for my liking - rather than the gender proportions.
Fact is that study after study demonstrates that women can, and do, act
violently toward their partners.

More females (in
> more then 70% of these cases over 100% more females then males) were the
> respondents.
>
> I suggest that before you go off the deep end, you really do need to
> understand how statistical statements are acquired and presented.

Oh OK, so several years of study and experience comes to naught.

The point I'm trying to get across here is that domestic violence is not
something that only men are guilty of. However that is the way it's
being presented.

ant
17-06-2004, 10:45 AM
Scott Hillard wrote:

> Men are more likely to be the victims of assault, assault occasioning
> greivous bodily harm, murder, and pretty much all non-sexual violence.

and who is perp-ing this violence? women?! Uh-uh.

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Kristine
17-06-2004, 12:05 PM
On Thu, 17 Jun 2004 02:59:57 +1000, greg <gwa001@impulse.net.au> wrote:

>
>
>Su Solomon wrote:
>> greg wrote:
>>
>>>Su Solomon wrote:
>>>
>>>>greg wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>DJ wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>>I've been reading your posts on and off over the months, and mate, you
>>>>>>seriously have a problem with women. You should get some sort of help (I'm
>>>>>>not being mean, I really think you need some professional help to deal with
>>>>>>this thing you have against women.)
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Anyway, your statistics may or may not be right (I don't care to check
>>>>>>them), but it is pretty clear that there is an issue with violence against
>>>>>>women in the community, and a campaign that can help change that is a good
>>>>>>thing.
>>>>>
>>>>>Try here:-
>>>>>http://www.angryharry.com/esYouThinkThatOnlyMenareViolent.htm
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>and this
>>>>
>>>>http://www.askheartbeat.com/html/statistics.html
>>>
>>>OK, but where's the research backing up all of this? I can make bald
>>>faced statements too, but that doesn't necessarily mean they're true.
>>
>>
>>
>> http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/welcome.html
>>
>>
>> You want facts, or do you want 'stories' to back up your fantasies?
>
>Isn't that what I was asking for? Don't just post a link to a list of
>unfounded statements and ask me to believe these constitute "facts".
>That's the sort of thing Mosley does. At least the Bureau of Justice
>stats gives me something to get my teeth into.

Then go to the Bureau of Justice. Not some guy called Angry Harry.

K ~ gee, I wonder why he's so angry?? 8^))

Kristine
17-06-2004, 12:05 PM
On Thu, 17 Jun 2004 01:51:10 +1000, greg <gwa001@impulse.net.au> wrote:

>
>
>Su Solomon wrote:
>> greg wrote:
>>
>>>DJ wrote:
>>>
>>>>I've been reading your posts on and off over the months, and mate, you
>>>>seriously have a problem with women. You should get some sort of help (I'm
>>>>not being mean, I really think you need some professional help to deal with
>>>>this thing you have against women.)
>>>>
>>>>Anyway, your statistics may or may not be right (I don't care to check
>>>>them), but it is pretty clear that there is an issue with violence against
>>>>women in the community, and a campaign that can help change that is a good
>>>>thing.
>>>
>>>Try here:-
>>>http://www.angryharry.com/esYouThinkThatOnlyMenareViolent.htm
>>
>>
>> and this
>>
>> http://www.askheartbeat.com/html/statistics.html
>
>OK, but where's the research backing up all of this? I can make bald
>faced statements too, but that doesn't necessarily mean they're true.

You can't be serious....?

When you get you information from a site called Angry Harry ?? What JOKE!

K ~ and learn to snip FFS 8^))

Su Solomon
17-06-2004, 06:05 PM
greg wrote:
>
> Su Solomon wrote:
> > greg wrote:
[snip]

> Isn't that what I was asking for? Don't just post a link to a list of
> unfounded statements and ask me to believe these constitute "facts".
> That's the sort of thing Mosley does. At least the Bureau of Justice
> stats gives me something to get my teeth into.

If you had bothered to read the initial url I posted, then you would see
that the the link to the Bureau of Justice stats (that I supploed to
you) was there, backing up the data.


>
> >
> >
> > I suggest that you look seriously at the the material posted on the site
> > that you gave your URL for, and check out the stats that were supplied
> > by these 'stories', the majority of which were from 'questionnaire'
> > subsets. In over 80% of these statements drawn from questionnaires, the
> > proportion of male to female respondents were skewed.
>
> Irrelevant. My case against many of them would be the size of the
> samples - too low for my liking - rather than the gender proportions.
> Fact is that study after study demonstrates that women can, and do, act
> violently toward their partners.

No one is claiming that women cannot be violent.

But your claims made via the site, that you now appear to rubbish
<ho-hum> claim that females are more violent/aggressive then males!


>
> More females (in
> > more then 70% of these cases over 100% more females then males) were the
> > respondents.
> >
> > I suggest that before you go off the deep end, you really do need to
> > understand how statistical statements are acquired and presented.
>
> Oh OK, so several years of study and experience comes to naught.

It appears that in your case this may be so ; )


> The point I'm trying to get across here is that domestic violence is not
> something that only men are guilty of.

I agree, sometimes, some females are violent and sometimes they even
kill their spouses. But not in the proportions that male on female
violence occurs and even more troubling: male on child violence and male
on male violence, including male on male rape.

Doesnt this bother you? The acceptance of male violence as a cultural
norm, doesnt it trouble you?


> However that is the way it's
> being presented.


Because that is the way it is. There is more male violence then female
violence.


Have you got any stats on the amount of female perpetuated domestic
violence against males, hospitalisation rates etc for males?

I suggest that you compare the rates and incidences in which this
occurs.

Su Solomon
17-06-2004, 06:15 PM
ant wrote:
>
> Scott Hillard wrote:
>
> > Men are more likely to be the victims of assault, assault occasioning
> > greivous bodily harm, murder, and pretty much all non-sexual violence.
>
> and who is perp-ing this violence? women?! Uh-uh.

Gawd ant, you wouldnt want Shrillhard to admit to being violent eh? :
)

There are some really nasty males out there, but thank God, not all are
like that.

There are some really nice blokes around also : )


>
> --
> ant
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DemSoc
17-06-2004, 11:45 PM
But you are a liar who claims I am mosley.

"Su Solomon" <susol@zemail.com> wrote in message
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> Su Solomon wrote:
> >
> > greg wrote:
> > >
> > > Su Solomon wrote:
> > > > greg wrote:
> > > >
> > > >>DJ wrote:
> > > >>
> > > >>>I've been reading your posts on and off over the months, and mate,
you
> > > >>>seriously have a problem with women. You should get some sort of
help (I'm
> > > >>>not being mean, I really think you need some professional help to
deal with
> > > >>>this thing you have against women.)
> > > >>>
> > > >>>Anyway, your statistics may or may not be right (I don't care to
check
> > > >>>them), but it is pretty clear that there is an issue with violence
against
> > > >>>women in the community, and a campaign that can help change that is
a good
> > > >>>thing.
> > > >>
> > > >>Try here:-
> > > >>http://www.angryharry.com/esYouThinkThatOnlyMenareViolent.htm
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > and this
> > > >
> > > > http://www.askheartbeat.com/html/statistics.html
> > >
> > > OK, but where's the research backing up all of this? I can make bald
> > > faced statements too, but that doesn't necessarily mean they're true.
> >
> > http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/welcome.html
> >
> > You want facts, or do you want 'stories' to back up your fantasies?
> >
> > I suggest that you look seriously at the the material posted on the site
> > that you gave your URL for, and check out the stats that were supplied
> > by these 'stories', the majority of which were from 'questionnaire'
> > subsets. In over 80% of these statements drawn from questionnaires, the
> > proportion of male to female respondents were skewed. More females (in
> > more then 70% of these cases over 100% more females then males) were the
> > respondents.
> >
> > I suggest that before you go off the deep end, you really do need to
> > understand how statistical statements are acquired and presented.
>
>
> In addition, you might check out this site:
>
> http://www.cc.gatech.edu/classes/cs6751_97_winter/Topics/quest-design/
>
>
> in order that you may understand what a questionnaire is all about.

Su Solomon
17-06-2004, 11:55 PM
Yup! You are Mosely.


DemSoc wrote:
>
> But you are a liar who claims I am mosley.
>
> "Su Solomon" <susol@zemail.com> wrote in message
> news:40D07658.5644@zemail.com...
> > Su Solomon wrote:
> > >
> > > greg wrote:
> > > >
> > > > Su Solomon wrote:
> > > > > greg wrote:
> > > > >
> > > > >>DJ wrote:
> > > > >>
> > > > >>>I've been reading your posts on and off over the months, and mate,
> you
> > > > >>>seriously have a problem with women. You should get some sort of
> help (I'm
> > > > >>>not being mean, I really think you need some professional help to
> deal with
> > > > >>>this thing you have against women.)
> > > > >>>
> > > > >>>Anyway, your statistics may or may not be right (I don't care to
> check
> > > > >>>them), but it is pretty clear that there is an issue with violence
> against
> > > > >>>women in the community, and a campaign that can help change that is
> a good
> > > > >>>thing.
> > > > >>
> > > > >>Try here:-
> > > > >>http://www.angryharry.com/esYouThinkThatOnlyMenareViolent.htm
> > > > >
> > > > >
> > > > > and this
> > > > >
> > > > > http://www.askheartbeat.com/html/statistics.html
> > > >
> > > > OK, but where's the research backing up all of this? I can make bald
> > > > faced statements too, but that doesn't necessarily mean they're true.
> > >
> > > http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/welcome.html
> > >
> > > You want facts, or do you want 'stories' to back up your fantasies?
> > >
> > > I suggest that you look seriously at the the material posted on the site
> > > that you gave your URL for, and check out the stats that were supplied
> > > by these 'stories', the majority of which were from 'questionnaire'
> > > subsets. In over 80% of these statements drawn from questionnaires, the
> > > proportion of male to female respondents were skewed. More females (in
> > > more then 70% of these cases over 100% more females then males) were the
> > > respondents.
> > >
> > > I suggest that before you go off the deep end, you really do need to
> > > understand how statistical statements are acquired and presented.
> >
> >
> > In addition, you might check out this site:
> >
> > http://www.cc.gatech.edu/classes/cs6751_97_winter/Topics/quest-design/
> >
> >
> > in order that you may understand what a questionnaire is all about.

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