Friday, July 21

It is Wrong to Rate Women on a Scale of One to Ten

And I'm sure many of you will agree.

For a start, it's complicated and slow. It kinda takes all the fun out of rating, since you have to actually think and assess before giving an almost arbitrary figure. It's also non-instinctive and therefore possibly inaccurate. And practically, it serves little purpose. I mean it's not like you'll ever have so many women spread so widely across a scale that it actually makes a difference that one is an 7 while the other a 6. The scale is also biased toward the middle, and so places a disproportionate emphasis on the tails. So no, I reject this ten point scale.

Instead, I suggest a three tier system. In the early days of development it was to give an A, B or C class but seeing as that's still pretty anonymous it has been restructured to a more intuitive Yes, No and Maybe. It's so simple, I'm positive that I don't even have to explain it any further.

Hopefully once this becomes popular we can get back to enjoying the pure spirit of ranking, instead of wrestling with the red tape and bureaucracy the old deprecated scale had to offer.
I, of course, will be doing my part and promoting the use of the new system by example. It's the least I can do after all.