Louise by Marwane Pallas

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Louise by Marwane Pallas

Preview of this afternoon shooting with Louise as model.

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Preview of this afternoon shooting with Louise as model.

selfie too

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selfie too

"The sample is too small, the population is so big therefore the results are irrelevant"

To sample the population of Belgium (11M), or the USA (313M), to a confidence level of 99% (most research papers use a 95% level) at an interval of confidence of 4pts (ie: can be 2pts below or 2pts above) you only need 1040 randomly selected individuals, both in Belgium and in the USA even though the US population is 30 times the Belgian population.

I.e: you only have to poll around 1000 people to be 99% sure that the result you get is only 2pts of percentage above or below the true percentage for the whole population, whether you live in the USA or in Belgium. No poll is done with samples of millions of people. 

MINDBLOWING RIGHT?

#StudentWhoCanNotTakeThisShitAnymore

Selfie

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Selfie

(Source: junobs, via miucciapradagy)

Todd Baxter - Owl Scouts

I’m a fountain of blood.

I’m starting to think I should become a photographer after my studies.

a-daft-punk:

ribbik:

humansofnewyork:

This photogenic cross of pennies was arranged near the collection bucket of a homeless man. It makes for a moving image, but the morality of giving cash donations to the city’s homeless can sometimes get tricky. 

I’ve seen one mother who brings her children along while she begs on the subway cars. I’ve seen her 6 or 7 times, and every time she’s gotten several dollars during her 3-minute trip through my subway car. I always wonder if I’m the only passenger multiplying those dollars by 20, only to discover a giant, tax-free hourly wage. 

Yet every person who made a donation feels that they’ve made the moral decision. And I’m not saying they didn’t. I’m just saying it’s tricky.

remember when HONY got mad that homeless people don’t pay taxes

???????

(via groovypine)

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a-daft-punk:

ribbik:

humansofnewyork:

This photogenic cross of pennies was arranged near the collection bucket of a homeless man. It makes for a moving image, but the morality of giving cash donations to the city’s homeless can sometimes get tricky. 

I’ve seen one mother who brings her children along while she begs on the subway cars. I’ve seen her 6 or 7 times, and every time she’s gotten several dollars during her 3-minute trip through my subway car. I always wonder if I’m the only passenger multiplying those dollars by 20, only to discover a giant, tax-free hourly wage. 

Yet every person who made a donation feels that they’ve made the moral decision. And I’m not saying they didn’t. I’m just saying it’s tricky.

remember when HONY got mad that homeless people don’t pay taxes

???????

(via groovypine)