10 Most Dangerous MMA Fighters [infographic]

August 1, 2010 |  by  |  Entertainment  |  No Comments
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I’m a huge MMA fan. I can literally watch re-runs of UFC fights all day long. I think my love for mixed martial arts is ingrained into my DNA — partly because I’m a man but also because I really enjoy the technical aspects of the game.

There are so many different fighting styles and on top of that, these fighters take on their own style. This infographic is pretty cool, but I don’t get why there are ketchup stains on it…. Oh, that’s supposed to be blood? Wow, the graphic artist didn’t even try. Actually, taking a closer look, this graphic was created by TermLifeInsurance.org. That could explain why it looks the way it does. At least the data is accurate. [Via]

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Reddit Vs. Digg [infographic]

July 31, 2010 |  by  |  Social Media  |  No Comments
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It’s about time someone made an infographic featuring Digg and Reddit. It still surprises me that people don’t know ’bout these websites. I guess you have to be a part of the internet community to “get it.”

To be honest, I don’t really like this graphic — mainly because it’s too busy. But there are some interesting points I’d like to highlight. For example, did you notice that on Digg, the word “infographic” is the 5th most common word? Very cool. Also, did you notice the Old Spice Guy in the background at the bottom of the post? [Via]

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Triple Threat: What You Eat, Jersey Shore and What Guidos Eat [infographics]

July 30, 2010 |  by  |  Food  |  No Comments
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I saw a few smaller infographics I liked and wanted to show y’all. I even made an infographic for you by combining two official ones. Hope you enjoy!

I make fun of Jersey Shore sometimes when I write, and I mean everything I say. That show is the worst.  There is absolutely no good gained from watching that program. Every minute you watch Snooki do something stupid, you’re doing something even more stupid — watching it. If you must watch a show where dumb people go party, watch the Real World. At least it goes to a new city with new people every year rather than having season after season of nothing changing. So instead, why don’t you go contribute to society, buy some peaches from the side of the road, go swimming, or take your dog on a walk. Think of how much gratitude your dog would have if you took them on a walk. How much gratitude does The Situation give you? That’s what I thought. Judging by this graphic the West Coast knows what I’m talking about. The East Coast has no hope. [Via]

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This is quite surprising, we eat 600 pounds of dairy products every year. That’s a lot of dairy. They ruled out butter and cheese so we have 600 pounds of milk, yogurt and ice cream? I don’t think that adds up. I’m pretty sure I eat more than 31 pounds of cheese annually, anyone who eats Kerby Lane Queso does. I’ll try my best to believe this illustration. [Via]

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After hours of tedious experiments and focus groups, I’ve discovered what Guidos run on.

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20 Facts About Pet Owners [infographic]

July 29, 2010 |  by  |  Animals  |  4 Comments
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I love my dog. Look, here is a picture of him, his name is Willie. He’s pretty bad-ass, maybe even cooler than your dog (I’m sure of it).

I’m totally guilty of buying him a new toy on his birthday and other holidays. According to this graphic we Americans spend 5 Billion dollars on gifts for our pets! It also says 25% of you all blow dry your pet after a bath. Are you kidding me? I do a lot for my dog, he has it pretty easy, but no way I am ever going to blow dry em’.

How come y’all suck at training your dogs? I know you watch enough Dog Whisperer to know how to control them, but you don’t. Willie looks like he’s been in a bar fight everyday after the park. The other dogs can’t catch up to him and just nip at him when he finally slows down for a rest. At least he’s got a torn ear and dozens of scars to show off to his dog friends.

Some things I don’t understand about reptile owners.
Example A:
A person who catches dogs is called a dog catcher. A person who catches snakes is a snake wrangler. The ability to wrangle just isn’t a quality I want my pet to have, it’s straight scary.
Example B:
Snuggling with your reptile doesn’t sound comfortable.
Example C:
If your reptile escapes, good luck at getting them back. If anyone finds a reptile in their front yard there is no “Awwww, look at this poor snake.”  There’s just a good chance it’ll receive a shovel to the face.

As for pets, I’m sticking with the four legged furry kind. [Via]

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Do You Know Who’s Watching You? [infographic]

July 28, 2010 |  by  |  Mind-Blowing  |  1 Comment
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Have you ever wanted to be in front of a video camera? Maybe a reality show star? Surprisingly, you’re filmed on over 200 different cameras everyday, but this is no Survivor. CCTV or closed circuit television are the cameras at stoplights, on walls, and in stores that watch your every move to make sure you’re being a model citizen. In the UK it is estimated that there is a CCTV camera for every 14 citizens. Maybe I’m thinking too much like George Orwell, but those statistics are scary.

We don’t only need to blame others for our lack of privacy, you yourself put out tons of personal info on the web. I’m sure you’ve heard about Facebook’s privacy issues and as much as I would like to look at your BBQ pictures from last night, I don’t know you that well. Here is a guide to change your privacy settings on Facebook to something you can agree with. By the way Mom, when you read this remember to change your Facebook settings if you haven’t already. I don’t want people to creep on me through you!

Google is one of my favorite companies ever, but I’m going to tell you something that could surprise you. Google knows more about you than your closest friend, your overbearing parent and even your dog. Imagine everything you’ve searched in Google. Yeah, I bet it’s some embarrassing stuff. Although Google just recently started to anonymize their server logs, they don’t do it for up to 24 months after the search. I reckon it’s a step in the right direction, and Google is the first search company to do it, but it’s still a bit creepy. [Via]

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