Rantings and tirades of a frustrated economist.
This is the new math, they have to leave room for the Gender Questioning.
That's easy, the missing 10% are undecided, trans, gender fluid etc...
Come on Cappy you know the environment! The other 10% were won by transgenders. :)
On a more basic level, maybe he needs to get Saxon Math? I'm pretty sure they cover percentages by Saxon 54.
Obviously, Bruce Jender and the remaining athletes from the former East German women's powerlifting team won the remaining medals.
Attack helicopters. Lots of them.
Those numbers aren't even correct. At the Rio Olympics, American athletes won a total of 121 medals, with female athletes and all-female teams winning 61 of them (50.4%), male athletes and all-male teams winning 56 of them (46.3%), and mixed-gender teams (two in equestrian sports and two in tennis) winning the remaining four. (See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_at_the_2016_Summer_Olympics; I apologize for the wikipedia reference, but it's accurate and it's the only source with the information laid out like this).And don't even get me started on the people on Facebook who began to believe that American women had become superior athletes to American men based on the medal count. My favorite comments (paraphrased) included: "I guess the new saying will be 'Run like a boy' or 'Throw like a boy'" and "The patriarchy kept the sports segregated between men and women because they were afraid of how badly the women would beat the men otherwise".
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