The Best Footnote Ever, In The Best Introduction Ever?

The Best Footnote Ever, In The Best Introduction Ever? January 4, 2012

HT Marc Cortez

UPDATE: The book in question is Stats: Modeling the World (or perhaps the first edition, which was called Stats: data and models, which included the same footnote) written by David E. Bock, Paul F. Velleman, and Richard D. De Veaux.

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