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Topic: Fan annoyance calculator.....
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Fan annoyance calculator.....

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Posted: Aug 14, 2019 12:10 PM
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After reading a few posts last week about the annoyance of GA Tech fans (that I have not noticed until the most recent decade). I have decided to try to put that annoyance into an equation.

Fan base Annoyance Equation:

R+L+W+B/C’s

R = Amount of red (or garnet) in the uniform. USuC, UGA, OK, Bama, NCst. Red=3, Crimson=5, Garnet=7.

L = % of graduates in Liberal Arts or MGMT degree programs in decimal format. This is why GA Tech has grown increasingly annoying, less and less engineers. Sorry for the dig guys…engineers rule!!

W = % of bandwagon fans in decimal format. This really hurts our annoyance factor score, and is mostly based on the number of 12 o’clock tiger paws I’ve seen around.

B = Butt hurt level over the past 3 years, on a scale of 1 to 10. For example: CU after 2017 playoff game vs Bama = 2, Bama after last year’s game = 10. Excuses and moral victories contribute to this number.

C = # number of championships since playoffs began. Used to reduce overall score; therefore, Bama gets a little relief from the butt hurt based on success. USuC, UGA, and NCst receive full annoyance with zero reduction. Note: only used if greater than 0.

Examples: (note: I did not look up the % of graduates, .5 used for reference)

CU = 0+.5+.2+2/2 = 1.35 note: we have some annoying bandwagon fans but most successful programs do.

USuC = 7+.5+0+5= 12.5 note: no help on the horizon for the cocks.

BAMA = 5+.5+.2+10/2 = 7.85 note: BAMA could have greatly reduced their annoyance factor with less butt hurt.

Now add this figure against your blood pressure, and that’s likely the blood pressure that you will have when talking football with that particular fan base.

I’m sure you math wizzes can perfect this equation, but it’s a starting point.

Go Tigers!


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Re: Fan annoyance calculator.....


Posted: Aug 14, 2019 12:23 PM
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Dude, get a life ...


By my calcs, UNCheat scored a 93,498.2

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Posted: Aug 14, 2019 12:53 PM
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can someone double check my math ?

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Yep - I checked it. Your score for UNC is 100% accurate...***

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Posted: Aug 14, 2019 12:57 PM
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And 3rd party authenticated. Exactly correct.***


Posted: Aug 14, 2019 2:04 PM
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Just so you know, the USuC

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Posted: Aug 14, 2019 1:01 PM
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has an 'infinity' (or, undefined, for purists) term in its equation, 5/0. Therefore, they are infinitely the worst fan base you listed.

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Re: Just so you know, the USuC


Posted: Aug 14, 2019 1:05 PM
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Lol, "math processing error" or the opposite of a conundrum.

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Re: Just so you know, the USuC


Posted: Aug 14, 2019 1:11 PM
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Ok, fixed.

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your maths is wrong


Posted: Aug 14, 2019 1:04 PM
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Coots score is infinite

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Re: your maths is wrong

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Posted: Aug 14, 2019 1:54 PM
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Well......I started entering data for the coot calculation (that’s a cootalation), but my smart phone just flipped me off, threw a beer bottle at me and then called the police.........police showed up and arrested my phone.


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