Ink-Blot test for a new kind of science

I'm presenting a little piece at the International conference of the Royal Statistical Society in a while. RSS documentation includes an advertisement for a new Procter and Gamble statistician:
"it's your Lucky day" - "You will need to be "creative and innovative in solving problems".

Apart from disseminating the advert I humbly submit the following variant on the Rorschach inkblot test as an aid to recruitment. What you have to do is to count the number of people, wait a few seconds until they change places, and then count them again.
Statistician recruitment tool
Hey GlaxoSmithKline - you might also find this useful for staffing future SSRI drug trials (also to recruit MHRA staff to "independently" investigate your good selves).

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Anonymous TR said ... (July 20, 2007) : 

Very clever and appropriate especially for GSK

 

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