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01-07-2018, 02:32 PM
 Location: Hiding from Antifa? 5,823 posts, read 3,768,940 times Reputation: 4980

If it is in Maryland you are talking about, it is probably closer to 100%, because they are planning to get another pass from the judge next time around as well.

01-08-2018, 08:54 AM
 Location: Gatineau, Québec 20,576 posts, read 25,637,861 times Reputation: 8099
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 Originally Posted by debold4215 I thought it was Louie Pascal
You mean Blaise Pascal, right?

01-08-2018, 11:57 AM
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 Originally Posted by debold4215 I thought it was Louie Pascal
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 Originally Posted by Acajack You mean Blaise Pascal, right?
Former Anne Arundel County Executive Bob Pascal?

01-09-2018, 02:00 PM
 Location: Maryland 806 posts, read 238,696 times Reputation: 1864
I don't know that a statistician is going to help you with that kind of question. There are definite probabilities like the roll of a standard die, 1 chance in 6 for any number 1-6. Then there are indefinite probabilities, like how much less chance is there of getting in an accident if I take a back road instead of the interstate. There is no way to predict that with any accuracy.

The best you could do is look at the past averages of outcomes that already happened and use that as a rough guide.....but the circumstances would all have to be very similar to your example and each other to have any relevance.

01-24-2018, 09:40 AM
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 Originally Posted by LesLucid I don't know that a statistician is going to help you with that kind of question. There are definite probabilities like the roll of a standard die, 1 chance in 6 for any number 1-6. Then there are indefinite probabilities, like how much less chance is there of getting in an accident if I take a back road instead of the interstate. There is no way to predict that with any accuracy. The best you could do is look at the past averages of outcomes that already happened and use that as a rough guide.....but the circumstances would all have to be very similar to your example and each other to have any relevance.
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