I’ve been mulling over a segment focusing on statistics and data for a while now. But since I suffer from (highly likely) ADHD and can’t seem to find time to properly give such a segment justice, I’ve sat on it. Aieee, sit on it, Potsie!
With that sparkling opening introducing a new feature, enjoy these “Take that for data!”
Ever wonder who the ‘drinkiest’ people in the world are?
What goes best with pizza? I know. Infographs!
I did notice a foul habit in one of the graphs. 36% of Americans dip the crust in….ranch dressing?
Two hours has passed since my last link. It seems I fainted and hit my head on the fall leaving me woozy after reading that stat.
Sitting in a meeting about things relating to my business – I think. I forget – I wondered, who are the biggest producers of cured meats in the world?
Holland is 2nd? La-dee-daw.
I’m not sure what contract I signed.
Moving along. Here are countries with the highest self-employment rates. Please note, racists, graph is in White but text is in Italian.
Greeks top the list. Us Nerf Americans languish at the bottom. Meh. How many entrepreneurs do you need, right Comrade Bernie?
How many parasites do we need sucking off the productive classes, Grandpa Gulag? Eh? Hm?
And now for some sports.
It’s been put forth the New England Patriots benefit from being in a weak AFC east. So I investigated.
Let’s start in the AFC north with the Steelers and Ravens. In the Belichick era: The Patriots are 6-3 against the Steelers in regular season play and 4-0 in the playoffs. They’re 5-1 against the Ravens but are 2-2 in the post-season facing them. Nonetheless, it’s a dominant edge for New England.
Moving onto to the AFC south. The key team there are the Colts (who played in the AFC east for two seasons). Regardless, different team and division same result. New England is 12-5 against the Colts in the regular seasons and 5-1 in the playoffs. Again. Dominant.