Sorry ladies that there isn’t a graphic on how y’all die. Maybe you’re happy about that. Maybe you’re happy you get to read about how men die. [Via]Share This Infographic
Besides the fact that junk mail isn’t good for the environment, I don’t really care if I get it or not. It takes me less than a second to decide if something is junk or not. Hey, sometimes there’s even a coupon I’ll use later. Maybe I just feel better when I get stuff in the mail…. [Via]Share This Infographic
I don’t watch MMA too much. My brother’s really into it. Actually there are a lot of Americans into it. These dudes that fight are monsters though. I don’t know how else to describe them. [Via]Share This Infographic
Today’s infographic is on shipping. Like shipping costs and Co2 emissions and whatnot. I’m not too interested in shipping, but maybe one of y’all are really into it and think it is the bomb. If so, here you go! [Via]Share This Infographic
I have to disagree with this infographic on some points. I think a lot of y’all might disagree. No one I know gets their full 8 hours of sleep in college.
If you’re getting 8 hours in college, you must be one of those non-Facebook people who spend 11-15 hours studying every week. I don’t understand how the infographic makers found the correlation between Facebook and study time. I’ve met 1 person in college who doesn’t have a Facebook page, and they don’t study for more than 10 hours a week. I also know plenty of people with Facebook who do study that much.
Facebook isn’t even that hard to stop using excessively. Go on for ten minutes, check your notifications, messages and events. Make sure that it isn’t anyone’s birthday. Respond to your notifications, check to see if anyone cool is on chat, try to talk to them, but they sign off right when you hit send. Creep for a few more minutes then leave. That will really only take like 10 minutes. Sure, I’ll do that 3 to 4 times a day, but I don’t know how that Facebook time would allot to a study time of over 10 hours.
I also don’t understand the comparison between the high school student and college student. In high school I groomed, ate, drank and traveled, but they grouped those into an ‘other’ category. I had a 20 minute drive to school in high school, yet now I have a 5 minute walk. The education time I do agree with. I have maybe a little over 3 hours of class time a day, add on an hour or two of studying and I’m still not close to the 7 hours of school we had in high school, not including homework. [Via]Share This Infographic