Mar 11, 2010 1:46:19 AM
Holding it in for hockey
The gold-medal hockey game between the Canada and the USA was the stuff of legend in the Great White North. Saddled with the weight of expectation, the Canadian hockey team was in danger of losing all its momentum as it gave up a 2-0 lead with seconds left.
The graph depicts clear spikes in water usage during the breaks between periods and remarkably low consumption during actual play. An obvious conclusion is that viewers were too busy watching the action for such trivialities as going to the bathroom. It’s a fascinating insight into a national obsession.
What do you think - understandable megalomania or kinda creepy?