- Now that Gary Webb joins Mark Lombardi, J.H. Hatfield,
and Danny Casalaro as the fourth 'suicide' by a researcher who had a detailed
understanding of the structure and function of the Bush crime family, the
math on the odds of the Bush suicides have changed.
- The new math:
- "Examining the male U.S.suicide rate for recent
, we can extrapolate a conservative estimate of 17 male suicides per 100,000
people, or 0.017%. The odds of 4 specific, male biographers committing
suicide would be the 4th power of 17/100000, or 8.3521 4.913 x 10^-17...roughly
1 chance 10,000,000,000,000,000. About as good a definition of impossible
as you can get.
- A person would stand a better chance of playing the Canadian
lottery 6/49 exactly twice in one's lifetime and winning the grand jackpot
BOTH TIMES! (That is, picking 6 numbers out of 49 possible numbers and
matching all 6 numbers out of 6 random draws, on 2 separate occasions,
and having only purchased two Canadian lottery tickets ever.)
- This calculation should be regarded as a conservative
estimate: the actual odds against such a "coincidence" would
be much greater. For example, if any of the biographers were female, the
odds would be even greater."
- The press hasn't even bothered with the usual 'he was
known to be depressed' stories yet.