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Jon Peltier

I think this is a case where using averages completely hides the underlying phenomena. It is necessary to do so much guessing (and your guesses seem different from mine), before you can even begin analyzing the situation.


This is what happens when a fine, noble marketing research organization hires too many PR people.

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