Graphs of the Day: Getting Back at Lady Gaga

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>Today's offering from GraphJam—source of the "What You Yell When You Stub Your Toe" piechart and the "Popularity of Curling" line graph— is all about Lady Gaga. The site features three graphs about the ubiquitous singer, lampooning her limited skills set and the narrow range of her song topics. The hardest graph for fans to swallow, though, is most likely the one titled "When it is Acceptable to Listen to Lady Gaga":

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