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Too Stupid for Words category archive

Don’t Look 0

You might not like what you see.

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The stupid.

It burns.


An Insurrectionist Bumbles into a Trap 0

One sometimes is led to suspect that some of these folks just ain’t too bright.


Fly the Fiendly Skies 0

Airdrop antics.


The GOP’s One-Note Samba 0

As the world burns and drowns from climate change, two Republican elephants debate what to do.  One says,

Via The Bob Cesca Show Blog.


Vaccine Nation 0

Dick Polman runs the numbers.


Dis Coarse Discourse 0

New Jersey woman exercises her freedom of screech.


Vaccine Nation, Synergizing the Insanity Dept. 0


Making Memories 0

A Connecticut high school student added more memories to her yearbook, as well as got her portrait taken again–full-face and profile. Here’s a bit of the story:

Investigators charge that Hollister Tryon, 18, manipulated entries in the Glastonbury High School 2021 yearbook by “unlawfully accessing a computer database students used to submit their yearbook quotes.”

According to a Glastonbury Police Department report, school administrators in May “reported the discovery of an Adolf Hitler quote which was incorrectly attributed to George Floyd,” the Minnesota man killed last year by police.

We are a society of stupider.


Boebert Is the New Gohmert 0

An epidemiologist she’s not.


Fly the Fiendly Skies 0

It’s a fine way to travel.


Maskless Marauders . . . 0

. . . fly the fiendly skies.


The Courage of Their Conniptions 0

January 6 Capitol rioters are deleting their “social” media posts.

And it’s not working. Here’s a bit from the AP report.

Erasing digital content isn’t as easy as deleting content from phones, removing social media posts or shutting down accounts. Investigators have been able to retrieve the digital content by requesting it from social media companies, even after accounts are shut down.

Posts made on Facebook, Instagram and other social media platforms are recoverable for a certain period of time, and authorities routinely ask those companies to preserve the records until they get court orders to view the posts, said Adam Scott Wandt, a public policy professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice who trains law enforcement on cyber-based investigations.

Authorities also have other avenues for investigating whether someone has tried to delete evidence.


Note the use of the phrase, “delete evidence.”


Diagnosis 0

Man on psychiatrist's couch says,

Click for the original image.


Facebook Frolics 0

The fun-seeker.


Just the Vaxx, Ma’am 0

It’s not just in the U. S. that some folks deny scientific reality.


A Bridge Too Far Out 0

The stupid. It burns.


The Sauce of Discontent 0

Surprisingly, this did not involve Florida Man.


Textual Analysis 0

Honest to Pete, you can’t make this stuff up.

We are a society of stupid.


A Trumpled Emergency Room 0

Florida Woman.


Airhead Jordan 0

Honest to Betsy, you can’t make this stuff up.