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If you chart the course of Quentin Tarantino, you see a video store clerk who was able to cut and paste his infinite index of film knowledge to create some of the most memorable pop characters of the last two decades.
Now Vulture's Jesse David Fox has taken the liberty of translating those characters into ACTUAL charts, albeit ones that might be inappropriate for your next office PowerPoint presentation.
Mr. Pink of "Reservoir Dogs" has his tipping tendencies graphed, Stuntman Mike's "Death Proof" car is vetted for safety concerns, and those fine young Jewish soldiers of "Inglourious Basterds" have managed to triple productivity in the Nazi killin' department.
Overall this is great news for the Tarantino organization, and we fully expect stock prices to rise accordingly, assuming that tracking for "Django Unchained" isn't effected by the inevitable "How silent is the 'D'?" chart.
See more at Vulture.