BlahBlahMeter and is there a version of this sticker for trash compactors?


I found this interesting and fun tool today while I was surfing the interwebs, I added it to the link section and I ran it on my front page the results can be found there. BlahBlahMeter Here is what it does “how much bullshit hides in your text?
PR-Experts, politicians, ad writers or scientists need to be strong here!
BlaBlaMeter unmasks without mercy how much bullshit hides in any text.
A useful tool for everyone involved in writing!
Simply copy your text into the white field and check your writing style. It works with english text up to 15.000 characters (overhead will be cut off). For a meaningful result we recommend a minimum length of 5 sentences.”

Found on Boing Boing

Apparently the man in the kilt is tossing a baby into the dumpster.  We got rid of our dumpsters a while back and replaced them with a trash compactor. Perhaps the image is wrong and the man in the kilt is catching the baby that is being thrown out of the dumpster or trash compactor?

I would like that sticker for my  door that tells people to not throw babies at my flat screen TV/monitor.

There are people who design these stickers, people who sell them, people who buy them for their institution, people who install them, and most importantly, people who recommend their installation.

This leads to the question: did someone perform a scientific study that demonstrated that these stickers will decrease the number of babies that are tossed head-first into dumpsters?

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About hollywoodeastpdx

I have lived in Hollywood District in Portland for several years now. Here is my local guide. https://hollywoodeastpdx.wordpress.com/ I love what the neighborhood has to offer. Easy access to public transportation. Nearby businesses, stores and restaurants. I also maintain/ administer www.portlandbookreview.com website.
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