Three statisticians went bow-hunting.Submitted by Gene Greigh on Mon, 05/27/2013 - 07:56
When they came upon a deer, the first statistician knocked his arrow, pulled back the string, and released. Swiiiish! His arrow flew silently a meter behind the buck's head, who calmly continued his revery.
The second statistician knocked an arrow, pulled back, and swiiish. His shaft flew a meter in front of the buck, who, observing its flight, bolted and disappeared into the brush.
"Well," said the third statistician, "we got him."