Isabel Stare-a-thon 2011: Statistically speaking

7 Dec

Today on the Isabel Stare-A-thon 2011 aka the best thing you are doing today we look into Isabel with numerical data!

And since Isabel’s life is all about data, let’s get into this. With the assistance of the Stare-a-thon League the following chart was created:

That has been a question we’ve all been wondering for weeks now. The Chicken population has responded well to this years stare-a-thon… And, I’m really glad to see the growth of the sea creature population, nearlyΒ triplingΒ in the last year. I think this may have a lot to with the popular use of periscope this year….

But I digress, as interesting as I find the steady rat viewership they at the The Stare-a-thon League are more interested in how people are staring this year and this brings us to chart B:

Now remember to stare everybody! In any which way that makes you the most comfortable!

β™«Lauren

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2 Responses to “Isabel Stare-a-thon 2011: Statistically speaking”

  1. Isabel December 7, 2011 at 7:38 pm #

    So… 1% of Clay Aiken is staring at me…. does that mean it’s just his eyes? Or is there a population of Clay Aikens that I don’t know about…. and 1% of stare at me?

    You knew I would question this…. after all, I am a scientist ;)

    • Viciously Sweet December 8, 2011 at 10:22 am #

      Haha, I knew these graphs would interest your science senses. To answer your question…There is a small Pacific Island located near Catalina that houses a colony of Clay Aiken’s. The have crafted large monuments to you, and worship you and the almighty periscope that aids them in watching you from afar.
      And they can only watch you with their eyes… so I think you can figure out the rest of this hypothesis.

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