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Posted Oct 31, 2011 by Gnomon
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This doesn't seem to be about humour. It is, rather, about "how we think of ourselves compared with how others think about us". I'm not sure, as a result, if it is really suitable for the Edited Guide. It's not really factual as it stands.
It might be suitable as an article in The Post, where we can publish humorous, non-factual entries, but I think it would need a bit of work even so. For a start, I don't really understand what it is you are trying to say. You concentrate on numbers, rather than on what you really mean. Numbers confuse everybody, even people like me who are quite good with mathematics. Could you rephrase it in some way so that the meaning was clearer?
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