When using statistical data as part of the opening or within the body of your speech, there is basic rule that should be followed. In fact, the people who produce infomercials know this rule well and use it often. TED … Continue reading
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Last Wednesday, I had the opportunity to join the Columbia Atheists and The University of Missouri Skeptics, Atheists, Secular Humanists, & Agnostics (MU-SASHA) and about 40 others to listen to JT Eberhard, co-founder of Skepticon and atheist blogger. JT talked … Continue reading
Arrg. Be wary o’ political polls, me hearty. They’re nay always what they seem, me mate. I be talkin’ about th’ recent survey by me two favorite news services in me favorite port o’ call and school, CBS News, th’ … Continue reading