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Re: Lying to ICBC can be expensive.

Postby LeadingEdgeGlass » Feb 21st, 2013, 4:26 pm

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Re: Lying to ICBC can be expensive.

Postby steven lloyd » Feb 21st, 2013, 5:07 pm

ticat900 wrote: My opinion is what I posted and firmly beleive to be true and quit provable.

Please google: “availability heuristic”

It helps to explain a lot of crazy opinions held by people on this board who continue to rely on
outdated stereotype and erroneous rhetoric to form their “knowledge” base.
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Re: Lying to ICBC can be expensive.

Postby Bsuds » Feb 21st, 2013, 5:09 pm

I think you meant to say their "lack of knowledge base"
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Re: Lying to ICBC can be expensive.

Postby ticat900 » Feb 21st, 2013, 6:36 pm

"steven lloyd"][quote="ticat900" My opinion is what I posted and firmly beleive to be true and quit provable. [/quote]
Please google: “availability heuristic”

It helps to explain a lot of crazy opinions held by people on this board who continue to rely on
outdated stereotype and erroneous rhetoric to form their “knowledge” base.[/quote]

Thing is Stevie boy thats your just your opinion.Means nothing.Prove me wrong by showing statistics that disprove what I know are pretty much on the money? I know you wont(cant) but will continue to call everything "crazy opinions"
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Re: Lying to ICBC can be expensive.

Postby Graphite » Feb 21st, 2013, 7:10 pm

ticat900 wrote:Thing is Stevie boy thats your just your opinion.Means nothing.Prove me wrong by showing statistics that disprove what I know are pretty much on the money? I know you wont(cant) but will continue to call everything "crazy opinions"


Perhaps you should show statistics that say you are right.
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Re: Lying to ICBC can be expensive.

Postby Glacier » Feb 21st, 2013, 8:01 pm

I don't know if there are statistics for Canada, but in the U.S. non-Asian visible minorities are up to 7 times more likely to be involved in crime than those of European descent.
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Re: Lying to ICBC can be expensive.

Postby goatboy » Feb 21st, 2013, 10:24 pm

Glacier wrote:I don't know if there are statistics for Canada, but in the U.S. non-Asian visible minorities are up to 7 times more likely to be involved in crime than those of European descent.


You mean African Americans, Latin Americans?
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Re: Lying to ICBC can be expensive.

Postby steven lloyd » Feb 22nd, 2013, 6:13 am

ticat900 wrote: Thing is Stevie boy thats your just your opinion.

I actually don't have an opinion on this topic ( not that interesting ). I have not seen stats to support either side of the argument, but I do know what the “availability heuristic” is ( didn't even look it up did ya ? already right and can't be wrong, can ya ?)
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Re: Lying to ICBC can be expensive.

Postby ticat900 » Feb 22nd, 2013, 1:00 pm

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ticat900 wrote: Thing is Stevie boy thats your just your opinion.
I actually don't have an opinion on this topic ( not that interesting ). I have not seen stats to support either side of the argument, but I do know what the “availability heuristic” is ( didn't even look it up did ya ? already right and can't be wrong, can ya ?)

been wrong a few times and readily admit it but 90% of the time in the last 40 years when I read a fraud news item especially since ICBC came to be its always the same ethnic that is the purpatrater.NOT always but very high%
besides if its not interesting to you why make such a stupid comment?
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Re: Lying to ICBC can be expensive.

Postby Glacier » Feb 24th, 2013, 8:10 pm

goatboy wrote:You mean African Americans, Latin Americans?

I don't know. I think what they consider Latin Americans as cacasian, although I could be wrong. Also, I think by Asian they mean oriental, and not Indian and Arab. I would also assume that natives would also be included. We know from Canadian statistics that First Nations are more likely to be imprision than African Americans are in the States.
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Re: Lying to ICBC can be expensive.

Postby Captain Awesome » Feb 24th, 2013, 8:14 pm

ticat900 wrote:My opinion is what I posted and firmly beleive to be true and quit provable.If I saw that over my life that it was white english born in canada people whom were more likely to offend I would post that also.


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Re: Lying to ICBC can be expensive.

Postby ticat900 » Feb 25th, 2013, 10:09 am

hey awesome man!! I bet if we could get all the Fraud insurance claims made in BC be it ICBC,WCB,House,UI etc I would pretty much on the money.U know it and so does everyone else.just no one wants to admit it as its not"politicaly correct"
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