Floor plan for The Office (via gregrutter)
‘The Office’ ends its historic and influential 9-season run tonight. Keeping in this new tradition I’ve created I’m going to reblog my favorite ‘Office’ posts from over the years throughout the day.
‘The Office’, it’s going to be very hard without you.
How corporate logos have evolved…
What would Nate Silver say, re: hipsterlibertarian:
I think you’re speculating on the poll question here, as “frustration” is not equal to being upset as government action; it could also be interpretated to the frustration many liberals and moderates (like myself) feel about the inaction from Congress on key issues. The above chart shows the partisan politicization on “anger” as well, showing how the attitude towards government are largely viewed through the framing of who is currently elected.
Overall this seems like a leading poll question, when the only two options besides “content” are anger and frustration, both of which are pretty open-ended.
The chart above from Pew Research is part of a larger poll project which showed that most Americans today feel anger, frustration, or distrust toward the federal government. […]
Most? 20/19%? Most?
Key point: “part of a larger poll project.” To wit:
This is all in the link I provided on the words “from Pew Research.” I didn’t include all the graphs because they were less relevant to the topic at hand, and I assumed people would click.
It was a story of missed opportunities, and amazing saves by Jonathan Quick:
And fluke goals flustering the otherwise stellar efforts of Brian Elliot:
But congrats to the LA Kings on their well-fought victories:
and good luck to what will be a tough team to beat in the 2013 Stanley Cup playoffs!