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  Reply # 540638 3-Nov-2011 10:54
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paulmilbank: I got 32, but I do wonder about the global average thing at the end telling me that others only have 25 slaves and I need to reduce down to that level. How many people with no possessions and who only eat lentils have taken that test?


Far too many!


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Can someone explain what this is all about? Haha... have I missed something here?

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heavenlywild: Can someone explain what this is all about? Haha... have I missed something here?


No, you've not missed anything. You'll certainly have some slaves tucked away somewhere too, like the rest of us. They might not be in your basement... but they'll be there in some Thai sweat shop, or some impoverish African country. Laughing


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  Reply # 540671 3-Nov-2011 12:14
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Does the global average include the slaves themselves (and how many slaves they may have)? Because surely that would skew the average.




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