Dec 31, 2011
From an introductory statistics book…
(via Cognitive Dissonance)
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Reminds me of some of the footnotes in Jared Wilson’s book, “Your Jesus is Too Safe.”
I always rejoiced when I had to read a book fro classes that had like 100 pages of endnotes. less reading for me!
I’ve always read footnotes… ever since reading Terry Pratchett, where half the story is in the footnote
I love things like this. I had an advanced probability/queuing theory textbook where the first entry in the errata section was “On page 34, the word “mispelled” is misspelled.”
So great. And so Canadian.
I always read footnotes, for the footnotes lead to a better understanding while reading my Bible. =]
It’s not a footnote, but I have a textbook with a problem that says “For masochists only.”
I thought people only ever read the introduction and conclusion
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