From the Winnipeg Sun. Something isn’t right here. [via]
I see the problem. Looks like the “no” wedge is really on showing 26%. Rookie mistake.
I’d have thought Benoce’s halftime show would be more popular.
73% of respondents think Yes – that “What” was the best part of the Superbowl.
First, no pie chart is amazing. Second, no graph depicting a single number is amazing. With that said, it is humorous in that the title is obviously wrong.
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*laughs, then cries*
This made me chuckle, but Erik Jacobsen’s spot on identification of the problem made me laugh out loud.
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