I enjoyed Super Freakonomics (as an audio book) for the same reasons that I enjoyed its predecessor, Freakonomics. The economist authors’ clever stories and digressions remind us to question data analysis and statistics presented by so-called experts. As the saying goes, “There’s lies, damned lies, and statistics”. Narrow interpretations of scientific studies and data are being used to drive policy in our governments and legal systems. These books are reminders to us to question and challenge interpretations that might be driven by “agendas” instead of by rational, logical thinking.