Sunday at 09:16PM
I chose D the first time around and when I retook the section I chose E. Even now I still think E is better than D. Marva's diner disproves D. Miner's diner has high quality food, yet it's not popular. However, because of D's convenient location, it is popular despite it's terrible food. I think the first time around I thought of the discrepancy of the quality of food between the two restaurants being due to the Train-tracks restaurant just not being willing to improve its food because they had enough customers to stay afloat, not that it couldn't. D suggests a sufficient necessary relationship that does not necessarily have to be true. E is more proven because you have a cause (popularity) and no effect (good quality of food) and then you have no cause (no popularity) but an effect (good quality of food). This suggest a lack of relationship, or at least a flawed relationship.
Annie Sunday at 11:38PM