If you drive an expensive car you're probably a jerk, scientists say

Questions for an upcoming scientific study, please answer honestly :

*If you wear expensive lightweight performance tennis shoes are you 7% more likely to be a jerk, jumping in front of your doubles partner and hog the ball?
* If you play with an expensive racket will you be more likely to cut your opponent off on changeovers at the net-post?
*If you buy Wimbledon Slazenger Tennis balls are you less likely to open them up when playing with 3.5 players, saving them for 4.0's?
*If you use a 15 racket bag will you be more likely to be a jerk and positioning it on the center of the bench?
*If you wear branded tennis clothes are you 7% more likely to hit at your opponent then if you wear Hanes t-shirts and hiking shorts from Marshalls?

Please answer honestly as the results of this study will be published in the Danish Scientific Tennis Journal (DSTJ).

*Do you give more credibility to scientific studies published in Scandanavian science journals than those published in US journals?
 
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If you wear expensive lightweight performance tennis shoes are you 7% more likely to be a jerk, jumping in front of your doubles partner and hog the ball? If you play with an expensive racket will you be more likely to cut your opponent off on changeovers at the net-post? If you buy Wimbledon Slazenger Tennis balls are you less likely to open them up when playing with 3.5 players, saving them for 4.0's? If you use a 15 racket bag will you be more likely to be a jerk and put it on the center of the bench? If you wear branded tennis clothes are you 7% more likely to hit at your opponent then if you wear Hanes t-shirts and hiking shorts from Marshalls?

Please answer honestly as the results of this study will be published in the Danish Scientific Tennis Journal (DSTJ). Do you give more credibility to scientific studies published in Scandanavian scientific journals than those published in US journals?
 
That lineup rocked and stuff ...

Nico Rosbergs Tech Green festival looks awesome , did you like it too?
The festival itself would be interesting (i.e. to see viable-meets-financially-practical). If nothing else, tomorrow's techs today.
As for the festival's lineup, a mixed bag for me (ref. to the artists listed on the festival's website).
- Bastille: slick Starbucks pop.
- NINA: isn't she that "99 Luftballoons" popster? Meh.
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