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--Alpha Human Mom

Thursday, October 06, 2005

Five Basic Laws of Human Stupidity

Ya'd think this list was written by a canine. Nearly two decades and nothin's changed…

1. Always and inevitably everyone underestimates the number of stupid individuals in circulation.

Unless they've counted up the roster of registered Demo-cats.

2. The probability that a certain person be stupid is independent of any other characteristic of that person.

Unless your name is Kennedy, Clinton, Gore, Byrd, Dean, et-ce-ter-a, et-cet-er-a

3. A stupid person is a person who caused losses to another person or to a group of persons while himself deriving no gain and even possibly incurring losses.

Now that sounds like a typical fe-lyin' spitefully hackin' up furballs on clean sheets and endin' up bein' banned from the bedroom.

4. Non-stupid people always underestimate the damanging power of stupid individuals.

'Specially in the votin' booth.

In particular non-stupid people constantly forget that at all times and places and under any circumstances to deal and/or associate with stupid people always turns out to be costly mistake.

Learn it, live it, love it, Republi-canines! This is how we end up with people in power named Kennedy, Clinton, Gore, Byrd, Dean, et-ce-ter-a, et-cet-er-a

5. A stupid person is the most dangerous type of person./ A stupid person is more dangerous than a bandit.

And if a stupid person is a Demo-cat member of congress, that stupid person is a bandit.

To sum it all up…

The system of accounting which finds expression in the basic graphs [scroll down] shows that, while all actions of individuals falling to the right of the line POM (see fig. 3) add to the welfare of a society, although in different degrees, the actions of all individuals falling to the left of the same line POM cause a deterioration. [Appropriate emphasis mine.]

posted by Harrison at 8:05 PM


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