December 7, 2019

XKCD Web Comic #1008: Suckville (described)

A webcomic of romance,
sarcasm, math, and language.

 

Panel One: A stick figure with dark hair is kneeling, laying out cards on the floor.

Person One: Hah!-Welcome to Suckville-Population: You.

Panel Two: A stick figure sits on the floor facing the first figure, cards laid out on the floor and some in hand.

Person Two: Why are you using 2000 census data?- That’s an old figure.

Panel Three: The two figures are sitting on the floor with the cards between them. The dark haired figure is twisted around to type on a laptop on the floor.

Person One: I couldn’t find Suckville in the 2010 census.

Person Two: Huh? It’s right there in SF-1 Table P1.

Person One: Oh. So it is..

Panel Four: The two figures have turned back to their card game.

Person One: Well, then.  Welcome to Suckville-Population: 83.

Person Two: Much better.

Hover text: Suckville is considered by the Census Bureau to be part of the Detroit metropolitan statistical area, despite not being located anywhere near Detroit.

 

Warning: This comic occasionally contains strong language (which may be unsuitable for children), unusual humor (which may be unsuitable for adults), and advanced mathematics (which may be unsuitable for liberal-arts majors).

Comic by xkcd.com. Described by BlindGadget under the Creative Commons license.

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