I decided to take a count of how many pages the last nearly 9 years of Playboy magazines have been. Makes for an interesting chart:
I think it’s interesting to see it declining over time (the black line is a linear trendline). If I’d had more time, interest, or data, I’d try to correlate to stock prices, count up advertising, etc. I do think it’s interesting to see that there’s typically one issue per year that’s quite substantially larger than the norm for the year (the December 2003 spike is because of the 50th Anniversary Issue).
Just over 2 years ago I crossed the 10,000 mark. Yesterday, I hit 30,000.
The achievement that put me over the top?
One Bad Gato from COD: World at War.
In the last few weeks, I’m really surprised to read this article.
Wells Fargo, which has received approximately $25 billion dollars in federal funds, is “planning a series of corporate junkets to Las Vegas casinos this month” for some of the company’s “top mortgage officers”. The best part of this is the explanation a Wells Fargo spokesperson gave, claiming that “recognition events are still part of [Wells Fargo’s] culture.”
I think it’s apparent to pretty much anyone watching the financial meltdown that sending a bunch of execs to Vegas casinos is pretty much a part of their corporate culture.
update! they’ve called off the Vegas trip. I doubt I had anything to do with it. 🙂