11.29.2007

A clear winner
Thanks for your help settling this whole Rudolph ordeal. I knew I could count on you. Check out the results:

14 Comments:


Blogger Katelin said...

Haha, I love that you created a chart. That's awesome. And I'll have to remember that Washington is the winner from now on :)


Blogger Nick said...

Winner is such a harsh word.


Blogger L Sass said...

Aw man, I felt certain that Columbus was right!


Blogger Lara said...

i'm late, i know, but my whole family always did columbus. :)


Blogger Noreen said...

I've never even heard of adding on a saying at the end of that song, but I would have gone with George Washington too. I like the way it flows.


Blogger Michelle said...

i knew we were right! :)


Blogger heidikins said...

Hm, I've never heard the George Washington version; we always would say Columbus. Although, and I'm being completely serious, I did have a friend who said "Like Uncle Bill" in reference to Shakespeare... yes, my friends were/are just that delightfully geeky.

xox


Blogger RA said...

That is the prettiest pie chart I have ever seen. No sarcasm here. Was I one of the deprived children?


Blogger alyndabear said...

Er... I would have said... like ELVIS.

Had I seen this blog, of course. Because Bloglines hates me, and I was probably too busy drunkenly posting all over the internet.

Your pie chart is awesome.


Blogger alyndabear said...

(OH! And actually... the kidlets at school say "Like Pinocchio".)

Hrm.


Blogger rudecactus said...

I'm sorry but I have to be the dissenter. I'm still going with Columbus.


Blogger Eau'Flynn said...

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Blogger Eau'Flynn said...

oops. I accidently deleted the last comment. Anyhoo...I was at our Christmas Concert last night
(I teach at a school here in Canada) and the choir sang Rudolph. The audience sang "like George Washington" at the end.
I just had to tell you :)
(it's Canada, I have heard Wayne Gretzky before..forgot to mention that!)


Blogger Fraulein N said...

Who are these people who don't know it's "George Washington"?

Seriously, though, that is one pretty chart.

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