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Posted: 4 May 20 20:32

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(Oxford, UK) A recent graphic published by Danny Dorling from the University of Oxford, has everyone from the educated knobs to the sweaty wazzocks scratching their heads in bewilderment. Many here have called for a ban on data visualization, or “infographics,” until we can actually figure out what is going on. We here at The Spoof were, likewise, flummoxed over what this latest infographic wa.....

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Erskin Quint
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Posted: 4 May 20 20:37
This is rather jolly, like Dick Van Dyke in the Court of King Arthur or something.

I love the way it constantly defeats my attempts to make sense of it

This could be the way we all speak in Britain the way things are going, when we become a US colony.

5 from me.

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