Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal by Zach Weinersmith for September 29, 2014
According to the fundamental law of media graph construction, any two things that look correlated on a graph are casually related in real life. It follows that any two things can be made to have a causal relation by having two functions on the graph with two y-axes and scaling the y-axes until they kinda look like each other. By this means, any two trends can be forced into causal relation for the purposes of an article, book, or speech. Why do you think people trust the news less than ever? According to this graph, Penguins are at fault.