4 days agoMay 13, 2013
1 week agoMay 10, 2013
We even use a metric I call the “gerry index”, which is normally used to determine whether or not congressional districts have been gerrymandered, by measuring how squiggly their artificial boundaries are. We’ve found that rain blobs tend to be more squiggly than noise blobs, thus more closely resembling districts that have been re-zoned by corrupt politicians.
1 week agoMay 9, 2013
i’m not sure why this is so entertaining today.