If you were into PC gaming in the early 2000s, there’s a good chance you’ve seen at least one video of Counter Strike gameplay with this song as the soundtrack:
With the return of the X-Files in form of a miniseries, I was tempted to catch up on the original run of the show, since I had only seen the occasional episode in the late 90’s or early 00’s (my mom was a big fan). Being me, I already looked up the X-Files episodes ratings on trakt.tv to see if there’s something interesting about them, but I didn’t think there was. However, when I listened to the Incomparable talking about the show, I learned that apparently X-Files can be divided into the “myth arc” and regular, more stand-alone episodes. That’s when I realized I need to get my tv show analysis boots on and try to see what I could do. To my delight, I noticed that the appropriate Wikipedia article neatly marks the myth arc episodes, ready for plucking.
And then I started plucking.
I’m late to the game, I know, but I’ve been keeping a list of notable shows I watched in 2015 since spring, and I think I owe it to past-me to put that in blog-form.
So I’ve been watching Marvel’s Jessica Jones over the past couple days, as one does, and I have opinions and stuff about it. However, since I believe that a plot is worth more than word stuff, I present to you my viewing expierence in data.
If there’s one thing I just can’t resist, it’s publicly available tabular data containing adequate amounts of numeric values. Naturally, I couldn’t resist the World Penis Data I stumbled upon somewhere over at Reddit.
So, let’s suck that data out of the web and put it into our favorite data structure.