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I don't agree I think it depends on who's doing the guessing. lol
konfusedd konfusedd 16-17, F 6 Answers Jan 23, 2013 in Community

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No because mine will invariably be better.

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lol

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Sometimes it's true. More accurate perceptions will have better probability spreads than less accurate ones, but even a poor accuracy perception can get lucky.

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Yes, when neither one of you don't know...

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Your guess

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Like another poster said, when neither of you know the answer, any guesses might be valid. So in that case it might be true.

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*struggles with urge to correct "you're"*<br />
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meh. I agree with what you're trying to say, but your use of "you're" is incorrect.<br />
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Not usually a grammar nazi but this particular mistake drives me nuts.

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