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Posted September 24, 2015

From time to time, I am contacted by people seeking guidance on applying the principles of the Universal Hot Crazy Matrix. I am always glad to help.

Recently, two young men who are freshmen at Auburn University called me with two questions. Owen and Trevor posed these questions:
1. Is there a name for a 10 Hot / 10 Crazy, and what do we know about these girls?
2. We met a girl who is super cool, and really hot, but she keeps going back to her ex-boyfriend. What’s up with that?

I had the following answers:

As to the 10 Hot, 10 Crazy, this is the category “TOP RIGHT CORNER.” Data plotting within 1 to 1.5 points of TOP RIGHT CORNER is extraordinarily difficult because there is a very, very high instability of the subject in this area. I recommend that all data points plotted within 1 point of TOP RIGHT CORNER be viewed with skepticism and caution. Also, I suggest more regular data plotting to attempt to offset the inherent instability of TOP RIGHT CORNER subjects. Above all, caution is urged. TOP RIGHT CORNER is not a place for amateurs, gentlemen. One wrong move there can change your life forever.

Turning to the second inquiry, these bright young men are to be credited with great enthusiasm. However, I advised them that the subjects of “ex-boyfriends,” “ex-husbands” and “daddy issues” are all covered in Advanced Matrix because these topics require a third axis. Only students who have at least a 3.25 in Introduction to Matrix are invited to enroll in Advanced Matrix. If you cannot demonstrate excellence in navigating your first semester at Auburn University with the Basic Matrix, I simply cannot allow you to take a seat in Advanced Matrix. They understood and promised to work very hard this semester and report back to me on their efforts.

I commend Trevor and Owen for their intellectual curiosity. It is always refreshing to see today’s youth embark on a journey of lifelong learning. If I can ever be of service to you, young or old, please do not hesitate to contact me. 

Remember, “it’s science."

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