Tuesday, August 29, 2006

This is quite hilarious. Michael Husayn Young questions the reliability of a poll (which does not differ from another poll by a right-wing firm that he should trust--him being a right-wing, fanatic Lebanonese) on Lebanese public opinion. Why does he question the survey? Because he said--I am not kidding--the results of the survey of Lebanese public opinion do not conform with his impressions of the Lebanese he talks to. I mean, you can't even make that stuff up. Can you imagine that guy in graduate school? He would raise his hand to protest the results of empirical research because the results don't conform with his "impressions." So Michael Young: please, tell me what your impressions are of offshoots. Thanks.