Danica Patrick = The Internet

The current Weekend Wall Street Journal Sentiment Tracker (sorry, no graphic available) features this:

Ladies and Gentlemen, Start Your Engines

The online buzz about the possibility of driver Danica Patrick leaving IndyCar to do Nascar full time.

The numbers:

SHOULD GO TO NASCAR                     29%

SHOULD STAY PUT                               21%

JOKES                                                       32%

COMMENTS ABOUT HER LOOKS     18%

That’s the Internet in a nutshell: 50% substance, 50% nonsense.

On a good day.

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5 Responses to Danica Patrick = The Internet

  1. Curmudgeon says:

    Since a maybe half of the “substance” on the internet is specially contrived to contain “interpretations” of manipulated facts, the percentages should be more like 25-75.

  2. arafat kazi says:

    Sir, thank you for keeping me abreast of Danica’s goings-on.

    (Sorry.)

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