Remember, its all a sociological experiment. "You are doing exactly as I planned. My god you are all so predictable." Repeat until you believe it.
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But its true. I remember at MW, where they were talking about telling their co-workers, or "coming out of the broom closet". Who gives a shit? I mean, really? Sure, if I want to be your friend or are interested in you in other ways, I might eventually ask a question like that, but its hardly a top priority. Same for flaunting my own beliefs.
In short, stfu, no-one cares what you believe. If you're so Pink you feel compelled to have to let everyone know how you label yourself, well thats your problem and I hope you get used to the consequences.
could it be that these chaotic elements of human interaction have their basis in the chaotic elements of mathematics?
hard fast numbers can be seen as a fallacy or inconsistency in and of themselves
the practicality of SAT scores is debatable
toss those same kids in a steel cage match and the outcome might be different
It has something to offer, true. The key is packaging. I think the basic concepts would be very appealing to a young person, especially one who's feeling he/she's losing their way, or drowning in their community or society. At the same time, a kid isn't going to want to look too geeky, thus the packaging comment. Kids still want to impress other kids, especially the opposite gender. Kind of hard to do if you are seen as the Wizard of Wierd.