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06-18-2012, 03:33 PM
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Originally Posted by Reimer View Post
I'm still trying to figure out how it's offensive.
Seemingly an inability to comprehend that statistics and probability do reveal significant differences in behaviors across ages and in criminal behaviors across ages and that have been recorded across nations, time, and as long as such data has been recorded.

But apparently I'm a prejudiced, bigot for suggesting a 21 yr is more likely to have a period of instability or engage in violent crime, murder, assault etc than a more mature candidate say 10-20 yrs older.

I don't blame the individual reaction though. For some reason in this day and age theres a notion that ANY suggestion of differences in people based on any variable is entirely unacceptable and we're all absolutely the same in every way. This is kind of the PC agenda that gets drilled into people these days. Damn any real information to the contrary.

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