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2.85-Million Years Of Gameplay: Call Of Duty Infographic

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This is an infographic about the Call of Duty franchise displaying a bunch of facts and figures about how much of their lives people have spent shooting each other and calling each other names in a video game. Of course, you have to be careful when you read things like this because a lot of times they're meant to trick you. You see that line, "the total number of people who have played Call of Duty is larger than some of the most populated countries in the world"? That's misleading, because the most populated country they list is Germany, but Germany is really only ranked the 16th most populated country and not what I would consider "one of the most populated". They are trying to use LANGUAGE to DECEIVE. Which, as far as I can tell, is the purpose it was invented in the first place. Are you going to finish that sandwich? "Yes." I see a hair in it. "You can have it." See?

Thanks to ChaosLex, who loves chaos so much he constantly throws flashbangs so he has no clue where he's going.

There are Comments.
  • FOHBUS

    the human race is very productive

  • OrehRatiug

    These infographics get smaller every year. Where are all the 'more death by falls than sharks' statistics and stuff?

  • Big Hug Mug

    Moral to the story: Even after 2.85 million years, there are still campers.

  • Grillonic

    I'm glad I haven't played any of the CoD titles

  • Girgear

    ... and the only evolution we got to do on CoD was the art of tea-bagging.

  • Not A Robot

    Really getting tired of these comparisons every year. CoD stop trying to impress people...

  • Cyberpumpkin Spice

    harumph

  • Experte auf diesem Gebiet

    You're not really the smartest, are you?

  • Cyberpumpkin Spice

    well really it's measuring apples and oranges. if you calculated human existence at the number of hours of each person existing, then it's a real comparison. what now.

  • Matthew Anderson

    ^What I came here to say.

  • roark1

    That's a lot of Duty

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