Correlation vs causation Correlation vs causation published on July 22, 2014Read more posts by the author of Correlation vs causation, Mo7 Comments on Correlation vs causation LARGE PRINT VERSION Source
Maybe because women feel a greater sense of responsibility to their children and family and would feel to guilty abandoning them. Just guessing, since women self-report higher rates of depression than men.
I absolutely ADORE this one!! You are absolutely brilliant. May I add a suggestion? In many posts (like this one) you kind of spoil the punchline in the name of the post (in the Archive)…. maybe it would be more effective if the name of the post was something different? Just a thought. Great work!!
Yeah, I thought about that, but from a UX perspective, the name of the comic is beneath the strip when you’re browsing on both tumblr and the website here, not before it, and the primary reason to go to the archive would be if one is looking for a specific strip, where it therefore makes sense to have titles that easily identify the strip. There’s a drawback in that the share link on Twitter also posts it up but on balance I would rather help people when they’re looking for specific strips than worry about that. I also don’t really think that the humour of the comics depends on the punchline being a surprise; have never been a big fan of ‘spoiler’ culture.
Hysterical! I love this.
Also false. Male suicide rate has dropped since the 1980s in Britain, despite several changes in definition that increased the number of deaths that were ruled suicides. ONS.GOV.UK has unambiguous data.
I’m glad to see that in this particular cartoon, she had an intelligent retort.