THE BABY THAT WON THE RICE RACE IS MY NIECE
Tex would have destroyed Holster
Jason Whitlock once stole a rib right off my plate at a BBQ restaurant.
He would also throw crumpled up money at you if you asked him to pay for the lunch he ordered.
This research was actually by Benn Stancil at Mode Analytics, not me, but he made all the data available here: https://github.com/mode/blog/blob…
Remarkably, it's spelled wrong throughout NYC's own dog registration database!
Fair. I updated the chart/text a bit.
I sort of disagree. If you want to show just the height/weight trend then line charts are the way to go (like on these NFL charts), but "scatterplot gifs" have two nice advantages:
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It was created by me, the author whose byline appears at the top of the article.
Can't read too much into that though, since the difference between below and above average is a single goal.
I'm sure they're out there. You can find plenty of basketball purists who think the league was better in the late 90s, when scoring was as low as it had been since the 50s.
Conscious design choice! (bows)
I'll stand by (most of) my charts. Which ones bugged you?
Of course they like soccer. I was more surprised because Southeast Asia doesn't have any teams in the World Cup, and really has never had teams in the World Cup (save Indonesia in 1938, before it was independent).
Not relevant here at all, as CBS isn't sampling number one picks from a larger, unknown population of number one picks (they have them all). The conclusion is "Duke has had the most number one picks," which is unequivocally true, with zero margin of error.
Tie, both 100% useless
Good showing so far. Honduras needs a miracle though, and they have four MLS players.