Dr. Ludwig ... or do you prefer Herr Professor Doktor? I assume you are German, das ist nicht? Allow me to reply to your response regarding my last message. I did not accuse you of using "big words", but rather of being a charlatan. Subsequently, I quite expected you to use "big words" since that seems to be the modus operendi (if not also their modus vivendi) of most charlatans.
Allow me to clarify some of my comments. I did present to you a "world opinion theory." Nor did I intend that you survey would have to include all living humans, let alone those from the past and/or future. I only stated tha a claim of fact which proposes that people, in general, ridicule mopeds and their riders must, to be valid, be supported by evidence. I intended to demonstrate that this evidence is untenable, since it would necessarily require a survey of the opinion of various people's concerning mopeds. Such a moped would have to be representative of the moped-conscious population to be valid. Even if we ignore areas of the world where mopeds are completely (or nearly completely) unknown, a conservative estimate might leave us with, say, 2-3 billion people. We don't have to survey all of them. That would not be a survey, that would be census. Notice the differenc in terminology Herr Doktor. The survey could, in theory include only 1,400 people so long as it was representative. This is the "magic" number normally used in social scientific research techniques. However, survey theory does acknowledge that as the diversity of the population increases, the minimal number necessary to reach a representative survey also increases. This does not even begin to address the question of the validy of the survey instrument (the questionnaire, if you will) itself -- and issue which you yourself also ignored.
Also, in the spirit of responding only to comments you have made, and the added stipulation that you think of yourself as speaking more properly than the rest of us "moped-riding Joes". You claimed in your first post that after "investigation" you came to the "conclusoin" (spelling error here, yours, not mine) that moped riders are "faggots." An interesting turn of a phrase, indeed! Since you seem to present yourself as an Anglophile (that is, using a "British" accent and mannerisms), you would note that "faggot" is not the slang term used for homosexuals (which you, no doubt, intended to imply). Rather, "faggot" is slang for cigarette. Faggot also literaly means a bundle of wood. Did you intend to mean that moped riders are bundles of wood? Or cigarettes? Whatever do you mean, Herr Doktor?!