Monday, January 26, 2015

NOT SAFE FOR WORK. Graphic Stat Porn.


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  1. I need to click more, my dot is so tiny. And they still don't have universities in Montana?

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  2. There were some hits from Montana and the Dakotas last year, but it's a tough market to crack!

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    1. Someone in Wyoming seems to be clicking up a storm.

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  3. I think I have a dot of my own [Ironwood, MI}. But, it might be Hurley, WI

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  4. Alice the adjunct writes:

    If there are only four of you, aren't all the dots made up? Do I see one in a lake in Pennsylvania? Not very careful!! Also, where is the blizzard? Every map I've seen today has had a blizzard. LOL.

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  5. The non-participation of Montana persists; can't anyone at the U of Idaho talk some sense into their neighbours?

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  6. Hmmm. If the parameters of weekend= Saturday+Sunday, there was semi-significant activity in my corner of my state that wasn't me. Interesting...

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  7. You've totally outed me and now I have to quit my job and leave because one of your dots looks a lot like me from an aerial view. :)

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  8. from Wisconsin Will:

    My secret AOL dialup account is working. I see my region but there is no dot. NOBODY KNOWS I WAS HERE. The Dean's a fool. The chair's a bastard. My colleagues are dopes.

    Oh, I'm in Atlanta.

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  9. I'm a little worried about my dot. It's kind of big and bloated with a bunch of smaller dots growing on top of it. I think I should have it looked at.

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  10. I'm safely ensconced in one of the coastal mega-dot-palimpsests (which, yes, OPH, look a bit alarming, from a medical perspective). I'm surprised, however, not to see more activity around my state's flagship u. Or perhaps there is a dot there, but it has been covered by the apparently widespread misery at the flagship in the adjoining state, which seems to have spilled over into mine? Or maybe there was a football game or something.

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