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Time spent online dating versus unemployment rate

My math wizards have put down the crack pipe for a few moments and generated this graph. Using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and a phrenologic map of a stray cat I can now show the correlation between unemployment and time spent pursuing online dating.

Note: The math girls were back at the crack before the graph could be amended. Spain should be replaced with Estados Unidos since the US has a current underemployment rate topping 50%. USA USA USA USA

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