I'm really torn on this debate. LSAT prep companies and books argue that anyone can score over 170 but there's an obvious conflict of interest there, and some people claim that it's limited to someone's innate ability. Nature vs. nurture.
A part of that was me being snarky with Rashabon, of course I don't think that only conservative people use rigorous statistics I was being a dick. Before I brought it up because let's be honest, any alternative explanation for a subject such as wage differences between races, or pay gaps in a sport get lumped into being conservative, as you can see from clean hands. People will consider conservatives as being stupid if they offer almost any refutal to the typical narrative. I mean I'm acknowledging that sexism definitely plays a role gender wage gap, that expectations of women to be mothers does to, but if I point out you can't apply it to every situation in terms of wage differences i'm an idiot. Maybe I am an idiot, hopefully I learn something and become a better thinker for it here.
Nobody is reading your dumb as shit walls of text because nobody wants to engage in your idiotic straw man. Nobody here gives a shit about this argument you think you’re having about MMA. The stench of Ben Shapiro is all over you.
Tell me what is so wrong with what I said? Not it's stupid or name calling. The sociologists in the classroom literally make such arguments, I mean it's actually taken from my class. Do you think that there is no relationship between what people call excitement and their willingness to buy a fight card? Do you think my assertion that there is a relationship between people thinking there will be knockouts and their willingness to pay for fights is incorrect? Do you think that my assertion that laypeople tend to not want to pay for fights where they think they can possibly beat the fighter up is incorrect? Do you think by bringing up this example I am saying that any talk of the gender wage gap is flawed? Tell me here what is so bad, in an actual argument, do you think I am misrepresenting sociologists? Do you feel that my classroom experiences and my hearing people talk about are highly unrepresentative? Please tell me what is so stupid about it, i'm honestly asking because in the real world sociologists do say that it is the result of gender norms, even for things like fight examples.