I was on some website yesterday and I was asked to do a brief survey which was anything but.
They ask you questions and then make calculated inferences about your habits. Strangely enough, they were quite accurate in my case. The highlighted answer is mine in each of these cases. I am obviously an SUV driving guy who likes dramatic movies, check, reads technology websites and blogs, check, only watches streaming services, check, reads political websites and is an early adopter, check. Only thing is I don't watch MSNBC because I don't watch the news but I listen to them on the radio on occasion.
I found it interesting that they could infer that I watched MSNBC because I thought that my investment portfolio would be relatively static in six months. Where does that come from exactly?
Thanks to Crooks and Liars for picking me up unsolicited today! Always appreciated, lots of new eyes...👀👀
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