Sunday, July 10, 2005

Project CRAP: Week 26 Report

Click here for the explanation of Project CRAP
Box size: 15" wide by 11" tall by 9" deep.
Total Weight of CRAP: 21.25 lbs
Depth of CRAP: 8 3/4"
New Pieces of CRAP: 14
Total Pieces of CRAP: 332
LowLight of the Week: As if to shed a little glimmer of hope into Project CRAP just in time for the halftime report, Pagliacci Pizza shone through this week with what is actually Project CRAP's first HighLight. Instead of being a predictably thinly-veiled ad-fest, this newsletter actually contained a reasonable amount of interesting, non-"shove-the-product-down-their-throats" kind of information. Skor hardly even knows what to say, such a thing is so unexpected. Congratulations to Pagliacci Pizza for actually surprising Skor.
LowLight of Week 26: Pagliacci Pizza
Click for a larger version of this week's winner.

Comments: Well, this post comes a bit late, but it's finally the half-way point in Project CRAP. 26 weeks down, 26 weeks to go. In fact, there was a really good reason for this post being so late. You see, Skor was trying to figure out how to make a fancy animated graphic of the box filling up. As you can see below (if you're patient enough to let it load), he finally figured it out. Also included below is the graph of how the CRAP has been coming in so far. Skor still stubbornly stands by his prediction that the total CRAP weight will come in at 50 pounds, regardless of what the "math" says (which is currently ~43 pounds).
CRAP Box at 26 Weeks

CRAP, by the numbers.
CRAP, by the numbers. (Click to view full-sized.)

26 Weeks of CRAP
Whoa, check out that ANIMATION!

Categories: Features

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looks like the CRAP box is full. What now, Skor?

BTW, I'm glad you made up with the broad who complained about Week 20. If MH can't stand the heat, she needs to get out of the kitchen. I can't believe how she shamelessly plugged her business after she threatened to sue you. If I didn't know better, I'd assume she had an Amway business.

11:02 PM, July 10, 2005  

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