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"Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard."
The internet is made out of electrons, neutrons, and morons. Mostly the latter.
— Tamara K. (@TamSlick) June 22, 2014
I'm nominating you for a Nobel Prize. Such profound thoughts should never go unrewarded.
Well, since no human actually knows - as opposed to thinking they know - what electrons, protons, and neutrons are made of, one of the sub-sub atomic particles may as well be dubbed morons. And from some of the "scientific" literature I have read lately, the name would be an appropriate honor for many supposed scientists.Stranger
Silly person, Nobel prizes are for doing nothing while being the right race/gender/sexual orientation.
Fortunately, I have a large supply of keyboards laid in.
You win the Intarwebz... :-)
Once again, I suggest you make a contribution to a suitable DNA repository so that, in the distant future, scientists would be better able to give the human race a chance of survival.I am reminded of a Mrs. Stevens (yeah, first name not noted) of Lonesome Valley, AZ, back in the 1800s:The last line of her note to her away from the ranch husband said, "...send more buckshot."
Don't forget bozons. Which are not like bosons.
Protons. You gotta have protons in your diet to grow big and strong. Without them you are worthless and weak.
It's my understanding that the Internet's Moron Generator happens to be running at the Naval Observatory, where Algore invented it, and the Office of the Veep maintains it.
So if you aren't an electron or neutron . . .
Electrons have little to no mass.Morons are very dense.I think I first learned that in high school, confirmed every day. Gerry
Electrons? Don't be so negative.
Unfortunately, neither morons nor bozons are neutral.
Enjoy your monkey statue!
Theory suggests that in addition to morons, there may be lessons, but almost no one pays any attention to those.
I get a charge out of comments like these.
Wow. Fifteen comments and no one has mentioned the apocryphal Albert Einstein quote, “Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe.”
This, immediately after the post about the derpes epidemic?Somebody has gotten over the winter blues, the spring allergies, the intermittent sleepies and apparently ate Wheaties for breakfast!
I hit you for 3 poo.http://www.amazon.com/Sandstorm-11070WDF-Poo-Card-Game/dp/B004DK9JLO/ref=sr_1_1?s=toys-and-games&ie=UTF8&qid=1403565359&sr=1-1&keywords=poo
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