I hope you are having a lovely Tuesday. On this December 13th (7 days left, OMG) I bring to you a British fan of gazing at Isabel yes Declan McManus international jewel thief is an avid starer- I mean Elvis Costello, yes Elvis Costello… he like to stare:
His Stare is True
Have a funtastic stare day! I’m working on a beautiful post!
Now I would be the first person to tell you I know not much about science… All I remember from my brief exposure to this field is usually marred by teachers who inspired me to sit in a corner and doodle. (By the way thanks super bad teachers, I get paid money to draw now.)
Anyhoo, besides starting small fires in chemistry class, and the fact that the Galapagos Islands exist I have no real scientific knowledge*.
But you know who does love science? Isabel… yes, the one we stare at. She really does, in fact if science were a real life person she’d marry him.
And that brings us to this sciency Isabel stare-a-thon picture:
So go, tell all your friends about this site, and science. Because both things are super awesome… and KEEP STARING!
*Maybe I know more science than this, but then again… maybe not.
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, nearly tripling 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!
Today is a very special day, not only is it a day I should have not come into work. But, also the 10th day of the stare-a-thon!
I would like to take this time to thank Starers for joining in the most wonderful time of the year! Also to celebrate their thoroughness in staring… like taking time off of work to stare, adding the stare-a-thon app to your personal internetting devices, buying a good sturdy periscope, and lurking about Isabel in the shadows as to not interfere with her schedule.
Also I would like to thank Evan of Sandyville, Ohio a mild mannered taco artist at for being so dedicated to the cause:
His other art must beside curating Mexican foods must be staring
BTW. Tomorrow Starts the Professional Quote of the Day Holiday Edition.
Because we are in the thick of the Isabel Stare-A-Thon 2011. You may find yourself far from Isabel, and you may need to get the appropriate equipment.
If you are in Sweden for example, and you reach the terrifying conclusion that you haven’t seen enough live Isabel to fill your quota. You should grab a friendly scientist and with a simple use of triangulation, a graphic calculator, and some conic thingy you can find the perfect angle to see Isabel -9 hours from you! Plus now you have a new science friend that you can share the stare-a-thon with!
Fun fact: Seeing Isabel when you are in Sweden is just like looking into the past, but not!