I made this graph because I really hate the Miami Heat, David Stern and how the NBA is officiated. Also I was bored and felt like making a graph.
I think the single best thing about this amazing Nicolas Cage matrix is that the four options consist of serious, mental, brilliant or rubbish. That really is the epitome of the Cageman's career. With that said it's still a travesty that Con Air is near the brilliant section. [via the daily what]
This infographic documenting the kills of Dexter on the hit Showtime series is informative, pretty, and a tad bit overwhelming, much like Sally Craven back in junior high. I'll never forget that time she learned shorthand to give me better notes when I had the flu, last time I ever saw her. There's a very good chance Dexter got to her after that because I'm pretty sure "Super notes" are a clear violation of the code.
This one is pretty self-explanatory although the iceberg doesn't really work for me considering there's that iceberg related movie that has nothing to do with Spielberg. I of course am talking about the wonderous Asylum production Titanic 2 which stars Shane Van Dyke, grandson of Dick, who also wrote and directed the masterpiece. Take that Mr. Spielberg and your lazy producer director combo. [via screencrave]
It goes without saying that Venn diagrams and The Muppets make a very strong combination, sort of like the Laurel & Hardy or Tango & Cash of the graphical representation world. You hear that internet, Tango & Cash. Clearly we need some more Muppet graphs. [via college humor]
All that's missing is something about how the smell increases serotonin levels to euphoric proportions. I have no tangible evidence for that of course, but that's just because I don't waste time fact-checking facts. [via geekologie].
Finally the famous platypus keytar mystery has been unraveled through the magical world of Venn Diagrams. The design "Math" comes from Tenso Graphics who are undoubtedly fans of 80's synth pop. If you love this as much as I do you probably want it on a shirt, and thanks to the wonderful people over at Threadless that can now be a reality. If you don't like wearing shirts with Venn Diagrams on them you can also find some laptop and iPhone skins of the design over at Society 6, but I feel you're missing out. Chicks love Venn Diagrams.
As if anyone could resist this much awesome. [via the daily what]
Between this and last month's Proper Usage Of "Oh Snap", I am slowly running out of things to figure out in the world. If someone could just make one of these for The Greatest American Hero theme song that would probably solve all of my problems and would help cut down on some hospital bills. Picking the wrong time to go "walking on air" can prove quite costly. [via buzzfeed]
This is quite possibly one of the greatest visual representations of all time. It just says so much. For all the time wondering what thousand words a picture could actually paint, I now have a full understanding of the idea. It's that the internet brings the delicious flavor syrup to my shaved ice. [via the daily what]
This may be the most important scientific discovery of the modern era, at the very least since Tivo. I can't even begin to tell you how many times I've been sitting around wanting to go all "Oh snap" on someone but fearful that it just wasn't the proper time and then I would fall victim to one of those infamous snap-backs you here about so often. Thankfully with this trusty flowchart in tow I will no longer be a prisoner to the world of "Oh snap". Look, over there, it's some nerds. [via the daily what]