Pie Chart: Every Thought I Had This Morning

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Carson Cistulli has just published a book of aphorisms called Spirited Ejaculations of a New Enthusiast.

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  1. grady says:

    The irony of having a graph featured on “notgraphs” is quite delicious.

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    • Yirmiyahu says:

      This is a not-infrequent offense that always goes unpunished.

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      • Resolution says:

        I’m assuming this type of post slips through the cracks created by Notgraphs Constitution Stipulation 10C: ‘It’s Notgraphs, not Notcharts’.

        Certainly a grey area if there ever was one in the blog’s unwritten, unfalsifiable, and ungentlemanly constitution.

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        • Bryz says:

          Don’t forget however that NotGraphs Constitution Stipulation 10C has been crossed out voraciously, and underneath in Carson’s scribbles is this:

          “NotGraphs is whatever we effin’ desire.

          – Right now (23rd of June 2011) I effin’ desire a sandwich.

          – Right now (13th of August 2011) I effin’ desire a Dick Allen post

          – Right now (31st of Dec. 2011) I effin’ desire a happy New Year.

          – Right now (1st of Jan. 2012) I effin’ desire a cure to this massive hangover.

          – Right now (19th of Jan. 2012) I effin’ desire that Bryz gets his grubby mitts off of the NotGraphs Constitution. ‘Tis a fragile piece of napkin.

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  2. Resolution says:

    Do you think Robbie Grossman’s morning pie chart is exactly like this but in place of ‘Pirates Outfield Prospect Robbie Grossman’ it features ‘Notgraphs writer, Amateur Gynecologist Carson Cistulli’?

    I bet it doesn’t, but hey, you never know!

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  3. MikeS says:

    I bet if you keep spending 1% of the time on “hygiene, nutrition and outstanding debt” then the “husband” slice of your wife’s pie chart is going to be much bigger, then much smaller.

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  4. buddy says:

    If you’re going to have debt, it might as well be outstanding.

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