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Yes but this title is a bit deceiving. You would think that they have a similar failure rate. It is hard to say that when one has a 85% failure rate compared to 2%. It is like saying that one engine fails 85% and another engine fails only 2% of the time. Then you say that both engines fail. I see the article explains it but in these times people really only read headlines and they don't really reflect the article.
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I was going to comment. Then I read this.
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MSG Pat Colby
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The link "pbs.org" tells me all I need to know about the "article". Gotta be slanted. Might as well be from cnn.
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I guess technically the title is correct, but 85% of the women failed while only 2% of the men failed.
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