Did you know that today is the United Nations’ International Anti-Corruption Day? I didn’t. (I wonder whose palm got greased at MeadWestvaco Corporation to leave that fact off my desk calendar.) Six out of ten of the 91,500 people polled in 86 countries by the Berlin-based non-governmental agency Transparency International (who make a nice-looking graph, below) say that they believe the world has gotten more corrupt over the past three years. One out of every four say they have paid a bribe to a service provider in the past year. So, let’s see, that’s [beep-boop-beep-beep-beep-beep-beep] 22,875 people. Today is a day that we take note of the fact that the world is a very corrupt place. Here’s that graph.