(Click the map to enlarge.) I'm trying to figure out the geography of hook-ups. I want to map m4m, w4m, and mw4mw as a percentage of all casual encounters post. This is the number of casual encounters posts over the number of apartment posts.
Ten years ago, when me and my genius cousin Levi were less appreciated geniuses (poor college students), we came to a realization: π, being a number that never repeats, but is infinite, must contain all finite sequences.
Well, I was really sleepy the other night and had the compulsion to pull out Wikipedia and Excel and Gimp and draw a circle. Then it got picked up by the Washington Post. And Slate. And Gawker. And Gizmodo.
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