Thursday, July 29, 2010

What's the difference between ignorance and apathy?

I don't know and I don't care.

If one more person does something stupid

I will probably die.

Idiot Number One:

Let's call him Tom, because that is his name. His blatant misspelling of the word "embarrassed" is embarrassing.


Idiot Number Two:

Whoever made this sign. It says, "Norfolk Executive Confrence Center." Now, everyone makes spelling errors. However, most people do not post them on huge signs for the whole world to see. It doesn't do much for the credibility of any Norfolk executives who happen to use this building.

Idiot Number Three:

Actually this is a group of idiots. And I think there are quite a few other people who think this way. Now, I'm not bashing on Republicans. I'm not educated enough to even have a party affliation. I'm just bashing on stupid Republicans who voice unsubstantiated opinions that they probably just got from their parents or peers. Here is a conversation (edited, in italics) that is truely "enbarresting." And to think, these people are old enough to be registered voters.

Person A's Facebook status: How many of us know what's going on in this country? [not you, that's for sure].. How many of us know about our president (Not including the fact that he's black)?.. Excuse me if im wrong but i've recently learned that OBAMA isn't a US citizen, the dude is from Kenya.. So, he's not supposed to be president.. and he's paying lots of money to keep it quiet. WTH. Who knew? [I'm pretty sure if this was true, the millions of Republicans determined to ruin Obama's administration would know and would have done something about it by now. In fact, the Democrats wouldn't have even let him run if they thought he would get busted as a Kenyan pretending to be American.]
Person B: I knew. I hate obama
Person A: There's so much stuff that pple don't kno about and alotta ish is bouta happen... pple should read up. [Because, judging by the link you posted at the end of this conversation, you are a very well-read person, and garner your information from incredibly reliable sources]
Person C: You right.. Our country is messed up. Real bad.
Person B: We're all doomed....
Person A: Yea... welcome to America.... im trynna go to Australia somewhere!.... Amsterdam!!
Person C: Oh yeaaaa!
Person A: [The number one place for idiots to read about current events]

In conclusion, I don't write this to be rude. In fact, I'm doing a service to society! This quote from The Office sums it up quite nicely, I think.

Michael Scott: What is the most inspiring thing I’ve ever said to you?
Dwight Schrute: “Don’t be an idiot,” changed my life. Whenever I’m about to do something, I think, “Would an idiot do that?” and if they would, I do not do that thing.