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RE: st: RE: Chernoff's faces
Richard Goldstein reports ipsissima verba from
> Two notes on this (with some name dropping):
> 1. Herman Chernoff is worried that the faces is what
> he will be primarily remembered for (he is now basically
> retired, but only lives about 2 miles from me and we
> see each other at local chapter events).
> 2. According to Herman (in response to my complaint to
> him that the faces were virtually impossible to
> interpret), the faces are not meant to be interpreted --
> they just tell you whether you have an issue that must
> be dealt with!
An answer of a different kind is that
a Google search finds various stuff,
including Chernoff Park plots
using South Park characters:
which itself no doubt calls for some kind
of post-modernist cross-cultural critique.
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