On October 5, 2010 By Karl Deeter In economicsWith 3 CommentsTags: 000, if you could spin a wheel for one million, odds on an event, odds on dying, one million euro The way we tweet wisk
I really dont like the description given to me for my response to your tweet, I most certainly am not that type of person “Machiavellian” answer quote “using clever but often dishonest methods which deceive people so that you can win power or control”
@Mark Henderson The rationale behind the answer/idea (as opposed to you individually) is the Machiavellian bit. That such a wheel could be set up and done with a default answer of ‘1’ (meaning you die) is definitely a dishonest wheel, one that could tempt people to spin it but with a defined outcome in advance. I’ll take the comment down if you really don’t like it, but I think it was fair? It is about the angle of the answer and not you as a person that I am referring to.
let me know! I’ll chop it & this comment if you want.
No I don’t want you to take it off, I’m just affronted that off all the possibilities, I get the one that’s “dishonest” lol I should have just told the truth and said that I wouldn’t dice with death for any amount of money and if asked to use that wheel I would probably tell you where to stick, I honestly don’t mind it staying up to be viewed though,