Playing the Percentages
Last week, on my way to host Selo LIVE, I was supposed to fly out of the Frankfurt Airport.
But, last weekend, I got a notice that they were planning a strike on Tuesday at Frankfurt.
My flight was Wednesday.
The likeliness of having no issues on Wednesday?
Me thinks, quite slim.
In any case…
I’ve flown through that airport twice in my life. This would have been the third. And, the first time I flew through there (my first trip to Europe in 2014), I got stranded in an empty Frankfurt Airport…again because of a strike.
So, out of three trips, had I continued on with this one, I would have been affected by strikes on two of them.
I mean, really, what’s the likeliness of that?
Not very high, me thinks…
Here’s another percentage game:
How many olive oils on your supermarket shelves are not actually 100% Extra Virgin?
How many are split with fake oils like Canola or Soy?
Admittedly, it’s probably not 2/3rds, but at the same time, is even 1% acceptable? You expect airports to have problems. You don’t expect the food you buy off the shelves of the supermarket to blatantly lie to you.
But, blatantly lie they do…
Which is why, at Selo LIVE, we discussed the tests we’ve run on real-life supermarket olive oils.
Well, you’ll have to see for yourself, but in a nutshell, they’re absolutely horrifying.
To get this exclusive report, head here.