Monday, July 8, 2024

Dialing for dollars

Doing some marketing surveys for $ over the long holiday weekend.

They often include questions to see if you're paying attention, like this one:

Then there's this, asking me how many patients with a given condition I've seen in the last month:

The first choice (which I had to look up) is from a Roald Dahl book. It's a disease contracted by eating shoelaces that turns you into a rat. Although personally I think it would be much cooler if it turned you into a cassowary.

Then you get stuff that makes no sense whatsoever:




Or this one, which didn't give me any options in case this wasn't the case:


And lastly, in the middle of a survey on treatments for Alzheimer's disease, I encountered this question. I can only assume the survey writer had a personal interest in the topic.


Packer said...

Seems overtly political, I don’t like my humor blogs Go political, if you want political read my blog

Kurt Gödel said...

Question 8 is actually very simple, if you just remember that to every ω-consistent recursive class κ of formulae there correspond recursive class-signs γ, such that neither ν Gen γ nor Neg (ν Gen γ) belongs to Flg(κ) (where ν is the free variable of γ).

Anonymous said...

The question about buying lights was probably the only one the surveyor was really interested in, and the rest of the questions were just dummies.

Anonymous said...

Incidentally, cases of ratitis went way up a few months ago after the opening of "Willy's Chocolate Experience" in Glasgow.

L.L. Zamenhof said...

La angla vere estas la universala lingvo.

jimbo26 said...

Written by the same people that wrote the book of fables (Bible), they were having a laugh .

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