Friday, April 29, 2011

Election Equation

To help voters better understand the possible outcomes of the May 2nd election, I have prepared the following mathematical model incorporating all possible variables. 




Hope this clears things up.

10 comments:

Springer said...

Laughing my ass off!!!

Thanks! I needed that!

Anonymous said...

You need the guy Klaatu from The Day the Earth Stood Still to make sense of that.

Bert said...

That ought to be easy for a Harvard man to understand.

Anonymous said...

I don't care for the optics of that graph.

Anonymous said...

These people could be NDP cabinet ministers....I am weeping!Its no joke.Fits in with that scrambled graph...scrambled brains.

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Anonymous said...

In the fourteenth sequence, sine equals 6.16 not 6.15 and that means Ignatieff's seat will give him haemorrhoids.

Anonymous said...

looks like the new math curriculum in Ontario where a ballpark estimation and a wrong answer gets you a passing grade.

This election sure has turned me off politics even more than I was before.

Foxtrot Bravo said...

I caught you the other day on Sun TV. You're sounding much more reasonable then you were on the CBC, even given that the Caldwell kid is a clown just like Solomon.

Anonymous said...

Liz may pm! Sheldon Cooper.Phd

Anonymous said...

bahhaha...awesome.