Click through to see the full infographic.  I’m no AK pro, but from what I know the information looks good.

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Finally an infographic that doesn’t suck:


I get at least one email a week from some weak-ass marketing company wanting me to post their infographic.  I want to be like “Listen bro, no one is falling for your bullshit SEO grab.” but instead I just hit delete.  I hope they realize that this shit don’t come with trophies, ain’t no envelopes to open.  I do this ENDO because I’m supposed to.

Silencerco deserves some love for this one.  Buy a suppressor from them or facebook / tweet about how you love them long time.  As the judge I’m handing down a sentence of first degree murder charges on the color scheme alone… bodied.  I didn’t post the animated version, which is cool but a 1.1mb embed? LOL no thanks.

OOoooo that ownership map makes me happy! :)



Weapons used and kill counts compared:


2.5 seasons worth of kills, check out the full infographic over at the National Post.  Worth looking through if you watch the show.

If you need to get caught up, the episodes are up on Amazon for $2 each if you can’t get them for free anywhere.  It’s a good chance to get caught up considering the show is on a mid-season break until February 10th 2013.


Hard to take seriously with the toy Beretta 92 and teacup grip:

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Hopefully the data is legit at least.  It lists Wikipedia as one of the sources, which never impresses me.  I figured some of you guys would like to take a look, and possibly tear the people that put this out a new one. haha

The bar graph at the bottom seems pretty useless considering it’s only representing the change seen in 1 year.  At first glance it looks like shit got real in SD, IA, and ID… but then you look at the map and see they are among the safest places in the country to live.


Hat tip: Bill


Ten casualties. Ten million casualties. Our understanding of conflicts is often nothing more than a handful of digits, the more precise, the less meaningful. The anchor’s tone remains the same when talking about major wars or isolated outbursts of violence. The horror lays hidden beneath the rigidity of numbers. Figures give us knowledge, not meaning.
We wanted to put a picture on these digits. A shocking, gory picture, like the reality of war. We wanted to give context, like a scale on which we could visualize each conflict next to the others.


Very interesting representation. Really puts things into perspective.


Hahha how did I know that The U.S. and Canada would be void of bad guys.  Classic.

Sooner or later there’s going to be a French Canadian villain, I just know it. That accent is villainous.

The full infographic with the games at geekologie – HERE