Well I don`t know about TSA agents, but the major difference between doctors and prostitutes is that doctors try not to make you stiff ( as in rigor mortis) while prostitutes ...well it`s their job to.

Most prostitutes do not make "more per hour than you do all day". It doesn`t count as income when you have to immediately spend it on dope or give it to your pimp.

The average prostitute does not make much per hour. They have to pay their handler and often times they have been referred, so they have a referral payment, along with other payouts...

I ain`t rich, but I make about Â£200 a day, before tax. Some prostitutes undoubtedly make more than that in an hour, but that would be a tiny minority.

Circles and other shapes are just sets of points. The whole purpose of a Venn diagram is to visually show the relationships between sets of things by mirroring them with the sets of points in the diagram.

When two sets of points overlap, the points that are in the overlapping area belong to both sets. Hence, if you`re using a circle to represent prostitues, and another circle to represent doctors, then the area where those circles overlap represent people who are both prostitutes and doctors.

So instead of saying "Prostitues, doctors, and TSA agents all get paid to touch your junk", this diagram actually says "Only people who are simultaneously prostitutes, doctors, and TSA agents get paid to touch your junk."

No sir. The diagram is correct. This Venn Diagram is showing the intersection of three sets. It`s not saying that all doctors are TSA agents that also happen to be working girls.

It`s saying that while TSA agents and whores share the commonality of being untrained; and while all doctors and TSA agents wear gloves; and while all doctors and prostitutes make more money than you; All are also paid to touch your junk.

That is the intersection of the sets. Each two sets have their own corresponding intersections, but the intersection of the three is your junk. l2venn. The End.

> No sir. The diagram is correct. This Venn Diagram is showing the intersection of three sets.

No, it is not. The intersection of two sets is the set of all of the elements that belong to both sets. The intersection of the set of all doctors and the set of all prostitues is the set of all people who are both doctors and prostitues. This diagram is using the overlapping areas to represent the union of sets, which is not correct.

I am aware of what it is trying to say, but it isn`t saying it correctly. This diagram is trying to say that doctors, prostitutes, and TSA agents all get paid to touch your junk. In other words, anyone who is a doctor OR a prostitute OR a TSA agent gets paid to touch your junk. That is NOT an intersection; that is a union. What this diagram is actually saying is that anyone who is a doctor AND a prostitute AND a TSA agent gets paid to touch your junk. That is an intersection.

1000 characters is tl;dr? Even in the pathetically deficient USA, Kindergarten children are taught to gloss over 1000 character essays and provide a 12 word synopsis inside of 60 seconds.

Most people understand the point of this diagram. Regardless of the name of the diagram, if the diagram is conveying the idea, it is appropriate. A diagram of a complexity too great to be understood by the common observer is a stupid m***af****n` diagram.

@Popcap I don`t know about kindergarten, but I`ll assume you were inflating the expression slightly for the sake of the point. Just so everyone knows, there`s a word for that. They`re called hyperboles. Now that I`ve clarified, no one may whine about it. Maybe 3rd or 4th grade.

- A Venn Diagram of 3 very different professions...with a naughty commonality.
That`s what it says, spelled the same way and everything. Did I miss something?

I`d rather pay a prostitute than a doctor. Who knows where the doctor`s hands have been.

Circles and other shapes are just sets of points. The whole purpose of a Venn diagram is to visually show the relationships between sets of things by mirroring them with the sets of points in the diagram.

When two sets of points overlap, the points that are in the overlapping area belong to both sets. Hence, if you`re using a circle to represent prostitues, and another circle to represent doctors, then the area where those circles overlap represent people who are both prostitutes and doctors.

So instead of saying "Prostitues, doctors, and TSA agents all get paid to touch your junk", this diagram actually says "Only people who are simultaneously prostitutes, doctors, and TSA agents get paid to touch your junk."

Venn Diagram

No sir. The diagram is correct. This Venn Diagram is showing the intersection of three sets. It`s not saying that all doctors are TSA agents that also happen to be working girls.

It`s saying that while TSA agents and whores share the commonality of being untrained; and while all doctors and TSA agents wear gloves; and while all doctors and prostitutes make more money than you; All are also paid to touch your junk.

That is the intersection of the sets. Each two sets have their own corresponding intersections, but the intersection of the three is your junk. l2venn. The End.

> No sir. The diagram is correct. This Venn Diagram is showing the intersection of three sets.

No, it is not. The intersection of two sets is the set of all of the elements that belong to both sets. The intersection of the set of all doctors and the set of all prostitues is the set of all people who are both doctors and prostitues. This diagram is using the overlapping areas to represent the union of sets, which is not correct.

I am aware of what it is trying to say, but it isn`t saying it correctly. This diagram is trying to say that doctors, prostitutes, and TSA agents all get paid to touch your junk. In other words, anyone who is a doctor OR a prostitute OR a TSA agent gets paid to touch your junk. That is NOT an intersection; that is a union. What this diagram is actually saying is that anyone who is a doctor AND a prostitute AND a TSA agent gets paid to touch your junk. That is an intersection.

Most people understand the point of this diagram. Regardless of the name of the diagram, if the diagram is conveying the idea, it is appropriate. A diagram of a complexity too great to be understood by the common observer is a stupid m***af****n` diagram.

I don`t know about kindergarten, but I`ll assume you were inflating the expression slightly for the sake of the point. Just so everyone knows, there`s a word for that. They`re called hyperboles. Now that I`ve clarified, no one may whine about it.

Maybe 3rd or 4th grade.