Absolutely. In this case, I literally mean literally, as do I always. The meaning of the word has slipped, though, to become an enhancer at times, instead of its literal (literal) meaning.
Also, shit can be funny. It just takes a little context and a funny emoji.
No no. That’s a lame take. It’s actually another experiment. The hypothesis is “wouldn’t it be funny if we did that?”
Umm does that comment indicate that the data is mixed and thus is not statistically supporting your hypothesis (see other thread) however due to confirmatory bias, escalation of commitment, or “I am not going to admit I might be wrong”… you are sticking to your guns in hopes that sheer force of will/hope will change the outcome?
Or is it just that your choice of definitional choices for “funny” on the daily survey forgot to include the not funny response of a sizable number of respondents because you forgot to field test the survey?
@snapster PS too late to edit - I am realizing that my comment is likely reading a bit more snarky than I intended so I apologize for that - although your responses on the other thread to those who don’t see the humor you seem to see strikes me as something less than your usually more thoughtful comments. Triggers me go looking for the why/what is driving that.
@PlacidPenguin I found these in the css:
@jimmyd103 There is a hierarchy to the badges. The rarest/most important badge you are eligible for is the one that shows up. Those who are both Kickstarters and VMP members (or ex members) will only have the K badge.