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    I have found the source where id10ts come from.

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    by old guy ·

    There are two countries in an undisclosed part of the world that breed and send forth the id10ts of the world.

    Idiotesia and Moronovia

    So, when these people rear their heads, and you know who they are, we will be able to ask them which country they hail from, Idiotesia or Moronovia. B-)

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    • #3214147

      Don’t suppose there is any way

      by tig2 ·

      In reply to I have found the source where id10ts come from.

      To completely close the border?

      Honestly though- while obviously capable of breeding, don’t idiots mutate as well? I’m certain that I have run across some home grown idiots.

      Is it genetic? We just don’t know.

      It does tend to be proof against Darwinism- by the theory, these folks would be killed off through natural selection.

      Or is this just proof again that keeping them alive is deteriorating the gene pool?

      I must ponder more…

      • #3214125

        Obviously, there is some

        by old guy ·

        In reply to Don’t suppose there is any way

        diabolical maniac in control of the breeding and dispensing of the id10ts that has somehow found a way to keep the location of the two countries hidden and his/her intent is to deteriorate the gene pool. The key here is to find the countries and nuke them.

        Edited to add: Do you think JD might be the one who could find them–maybe with the help of NeilB’s searching abilities?

        • #3214117

          The problem is enormous

          by tig2 ·

          In reply to Obviously, there is some

          I don’t think that JD alone is defense enough. Even considering aid from Neil’s superior searching capabilities.

          Mae on her own can spot them from miles away. And she derives a benefit from dressing them down. It cures headache for her.

          We may be heading to a solution here. Ponder… ponder…

        • #3214108

          Hoo boy!

          by old guy ·

          In reply to The problem is enormous

          I can’t stop from laughing about your comment with Mae. In that case, we must make this a concerted TR community effort! Especially if it also has an added benefit of helping Mae’s migraines.

        • #3212981

          Unfortunately

          by maecuff ·

          In reply to The problem is enormous

          I can’t dress down people at work. We have to be NICE to the users. Well, actually, because I expect my staff to treat our users with respect, I guess I have to do the same. Not that we don’t rip them up behind their backs, but that type of stress relief is absolutely necessary at times.

        • #3212979

          Mae, an odd question

          by tig2 ·

          In reply to Unfortunately

          Is there a difference between an idiot (common, domesticated idiot), a major idiot (one who seems to have taken several degrees in idiocy), and a d0uchbag (one who has professorial idiocy capabilities)?

          I feel that there IS a difference that goes beyond levels of idiocy but cannot put the differences into words. Your thoughts?

          I seem to recall that at least one type can cure headache!

        • #3212970

          Tig2, I know this

          by old guy ·

          In reply to Mae, an odd question

          is cross threading but I don’t want you to overlook my response to you in the other thread. I can’t let go of a good harassment. 🙂

          http://tinyurl.com/jtfc2

        • #3212962

          Yep, I caught that one

          by tig2 ·

          In reply to Tig2, I know this

          And I maintain that it is a valid point.

          Localisms, however, should never be taken as idiocy, however. I know some very functional people- here even- that occaisionally use localisms.

          They better not use “irregardless” around ME! I really hate that one…

        • #3212933

          Yes..

          by maecuff ·

          In reply to Mae, an odd question

          I’ve given the matter some thought, and yes, there are MANY different kinds of id10t. I think evil people are pretty much the same..although, even then, there is intentional evil and evil that springs from ignorance..

          Stupidity? It takes all kinds. In a different thread, I posted some anecdotes about a person who works for me. Just today, she made a comment that just made my head spin in wonder. I transferred an employee to Georgia, I called for her today, and noticed that the introductory voicemail had been redone and it was her voice. She said they had asked her to re-record it this morning. Well, this other employee happened to be walking by at the time and said “Oh, I bet they’re going to have her be the main operator down there now.” At first, I didn’t think I heard her right. I said, “You mean you think they are going to have her answering the phones?” Yes..that is what she meant. I told her, “She’s still in our department and she still reports to me. I would have a problem with having one of my developers acting as the phone operator. I can’t imagine that anyone would think that would be a good use of her time.” She just looked skeptical and said..”Well, you never know..” I decided at that point, the ONLY reason to keep the conversation going would be for my own amusement..

        • #3212977

          Like Faradhi below

          by old guy ·

          In reply to Unfortunately

          I think we were probably referring to dressing down the id01ts that come through here from time to time. Those you CAN and HAVE dressed down before and hopefully helped more than just your headache at the time…

        • #3212861

          Is it respectful to lie

          by tonythetiger ·

          In reply to Unfortunately

          when a user says “You must really think I’m stupid.”?

        • #3212853

          If it can adversely

          by old guy ·

          In reply to Is it respectful to lie

          affect your job then it’s called tact. If it’s anonymous then no you can’t lie. 🙂

        • #3212823

          Yes..

          by maecuff ·

          In reply to Is it respectful to lie

          the answer to that is yes. But you can think whatever you like. 🙂

        • #3231603

          Idiots gossip about idiots

          by zemi ·

          In reply to The problem is enormous

          Get to work!

        • #3212666

          What about

          by maecuff ·

          In reply to Idiots gossip about idiots

          people who read posts from idiots gossiping about idiots? Should they get back to work, too?

        • #3212635

          What about

          by neilb@uk ·

          In reply to What about

          the mental picture that I have of you in combat boots?

          How [b]can[/b] I be expected to work? :8}

          Not to mention the much, much more alarming mental image of jdclyde in a mini-skirt. :_|

        • #3212625

          Hmm….

          by jellimonsta ·

          In reply to What about

          As long as the image of JD in a mini is not keeping you up at night, or haunting your dreams!!?!?! :0

        • #3212586

          I’m vain enough

          by maecuff ·

          In reply to What about

          to be pleased by that. Black boots, jeans, t-shirt and lots of red lipstick has been my uniform for years..

        • #3212585

          Jelli..

          by maecuff ·

          In reply to What about

          Those images will morph together, along with a really bad earwig and keep him up for days..

        • #3231399

          Morphing images…

          by neilb@uk ·

          In reply to What about

          after his comment about his “nice legs”, the image of jd in a mini-skirt is so horrendously powerful that I’m booked in for therapy. I believe that it might involve pictures and a couple of bricks but it has to be done. We are too close to images of Barbara from “League of Gentlemen” for anyone to joke about this. :_|

          http://tinyurl.com/hakso

          However, I will treasure the red and black images… 🙂

        • #3231383

          Barbara

          by maecuff ·

          In reply to What about

          is interesting.

          Last year, we went to Maine for vacation. We stopped in a doughnut shop and the woman in line in front of us was very large, with a horrible suit and terrible shoes. Then she spoke. She was not a she. My son, who was 7 at the time, looked at him/her, looked at me and I could see his little wheels spinning. I just shook my head at him and he waited until we got outside.
          “Was that a man dressed up like a girl?”
          “Yes.”
          “Why would a man dress up like a girl?”
          “I don’t know, sweetie, that’s just what some people do. There isn’t anything wrong with it, they’re just men who like women’s clothes.”
          “Really. Well, that’s weird and I’m not going to do it.”
          “Your dad will be very relieved..”

      • #3212976

        Poor Darwin

        by maevinn ·

        In reply to Don’t suppose there is any way

        Keep in mind–natural selection only works if it removes them before they can breed. Since there is always a portion of the population willing to procreate with induhviduals from either county, I’m afraid these gene will remain within the pool for a long time.

        • #3212961

          I agree

          by tig2 ·

          In reply to Poor Darwin

          And chlorine doesn’t help.

          Hate that…

          At least the sacred phrase of idiocy, “Hey y’all, watch this!” takes many of them out before they can do significant damage… we sincerely hope!

        • #3230171

          Sacred phrase of idiocy

          by nicknielsen ·

          In reply to I agree

          Where I grew up, the Sacred Phrase of Idiocy was “Guys! Check this out!”

          After 20 years there (upstate NY) and almost 20 years here, the only difference I can see between a good’ole boy and a Yankee farm boy is the choice of sacred phrase.

          Edit: keyboard can’t speel

      • #3230179

        Can’t we stop this…

        by tweakerxp ·

        In reply to Don’t suppose there is any way

        Stupid people shouldn’t be allowed to breed.

        That’s why we have the Darwin Awards, to show off there intellegents (lack of).

        • #3231659

          If we would

          by tonythetiger ·

          In reply to Can’t we stop this…

          simply quit rescuing them, the problem would take care of itself. You’re going to have a great deal of resistance though, especially from many government workers and politicians who depend on idiots for their livlihood.

    • #3214118

      OG!

      by gadgetgirl ·

      In reply to I have found the source where id10ts come from.

      Pleeeeeaaaasssse tell me these countries issue passports! Cos then I can instruct HR to not hire anyone from those countries! Although, I will admit to 90% of the current employees being from one of those two places….

      – having just tried to explain that no, we can’t get your infected email out of quarantine and “just pop it into the mailbox” …… and had to explain this to……..
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      . [b] THE INFECTION CONTROL NURSE. [/b]

      Un-be-bloody-lievable. X-(

      Seriously. Just had the call and took 10 minutes to get the point across, even using her type of infection as a metaphor. :0

      Think her father must have been from Idiotesia, and her mother from Moronovia…..

      GG

      • #3214111

        OMG, I was going to say

        by old guy ·

        In reply to OG!

        you had to be kidding but if she had parents one from each of the countries then there is no hope at all!!!

    • #3214106

      I thought it was Stupivania

      by faradhi ·

      In reply to I have found the source where id10ts come from.

      And is it true that if you get bit by someone from those countries that you will develop the insatiable desire to hate everyone from another culture, think only of themselves and have children to solve all your problems?

      I also hear that the only way to kill someone from those countries is to whack them on the head with an encyclopedia (Dictionaries will slow them down. Unabridged will make them unconscious.) and If they walk in to libraries, college campuses, or the non fiction area of a bookstore, they start to sear in pain.

      I also hear that their names tend to be scooter, skeeter, bubba, or two or more normal names used just as a first name such as “Mary Lynn”, “Joe Bob”, “Billy Joe” or the infamous “Billy Joe Bob”. The more dangerous combine the Normal names with the odd ones like “Skeeter Joe” and “Billy Bubba”. (There are some people like my wife who have two first names are they are not from those countries. These can usually be discerned by the characteristic hyphen in the names of those not from the countries in question.)

      Often they are not raised by their parents. Rather by people called “Paw Paw” and “Nanna Lynn”.

      I have heard that they are often armed. Which brings me to a unusual fact. Although, you can only kill them by one of the methods above (encyclopedia) they can kill each other or themselves. You can usually tell when this is going to happen because it is often preceded by yells like “Hey Nanna Joe, WATCH THIS!” or “LET GO BUBBA STEVE, I KNOW WHAT I AM DOING!”

      Of course all of the above is pure rumor and should not be taken as fact or even opinion.

      • #3214103

        NO, not a third country

        by old guy ·

        In reply to I thought it was Stupivania

        of them. Although since it appears they are growing quickly in numbers it would stand to reason they had to develop another country.

        Of course, Faradhi, you realize you just described over half of Memphis and the surrounding area don’t you?

        • #3214095

          Yep, I realize that.

          by faradhi ·

          In reply to NO, not a third country

          How do you think I got the info. It has been all observation! 😀

        • #3213041

          I so wasn’t going to say it myself…

          by mickster269 ·

          In reply to NO, not a third country

          “Of course, Faradhi, you realize you just described over half of Memphis and the surrounding area don’t you?”

        • #3213033

          Mick, you know

          by old guy ·

          In reply to I so wasn’t going to say it myself…

          that we could export them to Kentucky, don’t you? I realize that you guys have lots of space with wide open fields and stuff don’t you. 🙂

        • #3213028

          No Thanks, We already have Louisville.

          by mickster269 ·

          In reply to Mick, you know

          We’ve met our quota as a State.

          But thanks for the offer!

        • #3212975

          Yeah, I forgot

          by old guy ·

          In reply to No Thanks, We already have Louisville.

          We used to see some of them whenever we (the Tigers) played them in basketball. It doesn’t seem that we have a big as rivalry as we did a few years ago. 🙂

        • #3212923

          Yeah, then they joined the Big East

          by faradhi ·

          In reply to Yeah, I forgot

          And ran like wussies.

          –edited to add —

          At least Cincy played us last year.

        • #3212906

          Faradhi, I was trying to go easy

          by old guy ·

          In reply to Yeah, I forgot

          on Mick since they do have so many of the id10ts up there–I figured he’s suffering enough without attacking him when they’re down. :^0

        • #3212896

          But I live in Lexington –

          by mickster269 ·

          In reply to Yeah, I forgot

          So, feel free to redicule Louisvillians as much as posible.

        • #3212888

          you do realize

          by jaqui ·

          In reply to No Thanks, We already have Louisville.

          that TR’s offices are in Louisville don’t you? ]:)

          danged typo

        • #3212887

          Yes, Yes I do.

          by mickster269 ·

          In reply to you do realize

          I’ve also lived there, worked there, and until recently had relatives there.

          So I speak of what I have observed (chuckles).

          Of course, we who live in Lexington are all Elitist Snobs. So of course we feel superior to those that live 70 miles to the west.

        • #3212884

          Well, there are always

          by old guy ·

          In reply to you do realize

          exceptions. You know I would never include the TR powers-that-be in that group…

        • #3212882

          exceptions..

          by jaqui ·

          In reply to you do realize

          because they could cancel your account here? 😉

        • #3212881

          Hey, I can

          by old guy ·

          In reply to you do realize

          schmooz with the best of them. :^0

        • #3212892

          can export the to kentucky?

          by jaqui ·

          In reply to Mick, you know

          rumour has it that that’s where they originated for the Tennessee area. ]:)

        • #3212886

          You know,

          by old guy ·

          In reply to can export the to kentucky?

          that’s what I’ve always heard too. You don’t think that’s where one of the countries are really located do you?

        • #3212883

          I would

          by jaqui ·

          In reply to You know,

          say that we would want odds on it being Kentucky and Alabama for both countries 😉

        • #3212880

          Jaqui, you make a

          by old guy ·

          In reply to You know,

          very compelling arguement for that. They would both fit.

        • #3212878

          No, No, No, WRONG

          by faradhi ·

          In reply to You know,

          One is definately in Mississippi!

        • #3212874

          Mississippi is the

          by old guy ·

          In reply to You know,

          third country that you brought up. That pretty much fills the bill. How soon can we get concrete proof and get the nukes ready? Of course, since all three are so close to us we will have to have a tight control over the fall out.

        • #3212822

          Hey!!

          by maecuff ·

          In reply to You know,

          That’s enough with the Kentucky slurs! I was born and raised in KY. I have never had sex with my cousin. And sometimes, I even wear shoes.

        • #3215362

          Now Mae,

          by old guy ·

          In reply to You know,

          I already stated several times here that all of this excludes the TR powers-that-be and I just know you have to be one of the ones running the ship. Aye, aye, Sir, er, Ma’am uh, Sir!

          🙂

        • #3230169

          The countries are non-contiguous

          by nicknielsen ·

          In reply to You know,

          There exists a county or district from each of these countries in every state, with the possible exception of Alaska. I’ve heard that Mother Nature is still in charge up there and she has no tolerance for id10ts.

          Edit: type. oh!

      • #3214098

        But what does this do to the theory

        by tig2 ·

        In reply to I thought it was Stupivania

        That these people can be thinned through natural selection? Although the words, “Hey y’all, watch this!” make a good case.

        I shall have to arm myself immediately with an unabridged dictionary. Will the OED do??? The case is good sized but I would have to remove the magnifying glass first- wouldn’t want it to break- I NEED it!

        I don’t think an Encarta CD will leave much lasting damage- and when was the last time you saw a bound encyclopaedia? And how out of date was it?

        Edited because I recognise and rectify my errors. Pretty cool, huh!

        • #3214093

          OED will do nicely,

          by faradhi ·

          In reply to But what does this do to the theory

          May even prolong the knock out effect since it is a diffrent language than they speek.

          The Encarta CD will also work. Think of the bound copy as a sword or shield and the cd as a throwing star of sorts.

        • #3214072

          I would ask

          by tig2 ·

          In reply to OED will do nicely,

          If they are capable of using computers. As GG’s earlier response indicates, the answer is, sadly, yes.

          Unfortunately, capability does not equal competence…

        • #3213046

          Yes they can use computers.

          by faradhi ·

          In reply to I would ask

          We have had two such examples earlier this week with Puritian and laredoflash.

          However, they will usually confine themselves to sites that are posted by like “minded” (and I use that word loosely) individuals.

          –edited to add —
          It is still a mystery on how they can gain some types of knowledge and not others.

        • #3230065

          Thanks goodness, TiggerTwo

          by suirauqa ·

          In reply to I would ask

          you mentioned getting the OED out! I was beginning to think that this thread was crossing over to the dark side while writing about idi0ts. Sometime ago there was a thread in TR that talked about wrong spellings and the kind of people who used them… Some of them do certainly come from Moronovia, and some others – I guess – you can find right here 😉

          Here are some priceless gems that I collected while reading this thread…
          there intellegents (in place of: their intelligence)
          redicule
          definately
          diffrent, speek
          methamphetimine
          washinton
          it’s (in place of: its)

          I don’t want to correct anyone, the OED should be good enough for that; but there are so many spell-checking programs available freely on the net… Even the humble Google toolbar does a pretty good job!!

          Sorry if I have offended anyone; honestly, wrong spellings irk me to no end. As for punctuation, I freely recommend a reading of “Eats Shoots and Leaves” by Lynne Truss.

        • #3231532

          Hey TT!

          by nicknielsen ·

          In reply to Thanks goodness, TiggerTwo

          Should we tell him about the running gag?

          Edit: splelcehck

        • #3212652

          I think not

          by tig2 ·

          In reply to Hey TT!

          Or he would have to check his own title…

          I mis-spell constantly. More if you only ever learned American spelling. But I have a handy OED. Thank God it has a magnifying glass…

        • #3212577

          Keep it safe, TT

          by nicknielsen ·

          In reply to Hey TT!

          The magnifying glass that came with my OED disappeared several years ago. I think one of my kids or one of the many nieces & nephews got their little hands on it.

          Edit: you guessed it!

        • #3231513

          Oh, no! Grammar crime of the week!

          by neilb@uk ·

          In reply to Thanks goodness, TiggerTwo

          I love it! In a post chiding the rest of us for spelling and punctuation errors, you miss the significant comma from the title of Lynne Truss’ book!

          It’s “Eats[b],[/b] Shoots and Leaves” – that’s the point of the title! Actually, though, it’s only an OK book in its way as it’s riddled with grammatical errors.

          Neil 😀

          This post was provided free of charge by NITS ™ because schadenfreude must be spread.

        • #3231490

          Amazing!

          by maxwell edison ·

          In reply to Oh, no! Grammar crime of the week!

          Just yesterday, I added something to my “To Do” list: Buy Lynne Truss’ book, [i]Eats, Shoots and Leaves[/i].

        • #3212699

          You are right, of course, Neil…

          by suirauqa ·

          In reply to Oh, no! Grammar crime of the week!

          I guess the picture of the Panda on the cover of the original UK edition of the book is firmly stuck in my mind, and in that context, ‘Eats shoots and leaves’ as opposed to the actual title of the book ‘Eats, Shoots and Leaves’. Thank you for pointing that out. Lang lebe der schadenfreude!

          I don’t know which version of the book you have, where you found grammatical errors. I know that some of the earlier US editions had instances of horrifying copy-editing. The later versions are better.

          Now, please tell me how you get the smilies in your post, and how you use the basic formatting. Does simple html work in these posts?

        • #3212673

          Smilies…

          by neilb@uk ·

          In reply to Oh, no! Grammar crime of the week!

          http://articles.techrepublic.com.com/5100-22_11-5269527.html?tag=search

          By the way, my comment about E,S&L is pure hyperbole. Most of the reported “errors” came from the US and are the proofreading errors that you mentioned and the fact that we Brits have got even a little more sloppy in our punctuation and grammar than our Stateside cousins.

          I have to agree with you that [b]anything[/b] that improves the punctuation skills – anywhere – must be applauded.

          😀

        • #3212656

          Could not post a reply to your last …

          by suirauqa ·

          In reply to Oh, no! Grammar crime of the week!

          message because of [i]reply limit max[/i] 🙁
          As you can see, I now know how to do this! Thank you very much for pointing me to the right direction.

          In the interest of disclosure, I should add that I am not British (nor American), but I was educated in the old British system, and developed early an unmitigable zeal for correct grammar, spelling and punctuation, much to my dismay… 😉 I do occasionally split infinitives and end sentences with prepositions (a la Winston Churchill), but that is more from a sense of propriety and emphasis, and that’s as far as I’d go!

        • #3212643

          Max message level reached

          by neilb@uk ·

          In reply to Oh, no! Grammar crime of the week!

          Generally, the TR etiquette is to hang your post off the last message at the level below and then either give it an obvious title (like this one) or to prefix the post with the username of the intended main recipient poster.

          We’re bugging TR for a deeper nesting level or an easier way to handle such sidebars as they can be many posts long.

          One other tip: if you wish to read a lot of posts in a single thread, open the first post and click the [Print] icon below the text. This will open the whole thread out for you to read. You won’t be able to post a reply, though.

          Neil 😀

          You [b]will[/b] have to learn to ignore typogarphical errors, bad speling and grammatic errors that would normally cause you a nosebleed, though, as we pedants are few and far between on TR.

        • #3212647

          I was lucky

          by tig2 ·

          In reply to Thanks goodness, TiggerTwo

          I learned to spell early, have always loved to read. My Grandfather learned English by reading a dictionary.

          I recall a discussion here about the failure of people to learn English. And the Brits are usually lying in wait for us to screw it up entirely.

          Eats, Shoots and Leaves is wonderful. Well recommended! Don’t buy an American copy…

        • #3212618

          suirauqa, you might want

          by old guy ·

          In reply to Thanks goodness, TiggerTwo

          to go back and check the spelling in the title of your post where you began “pointing out” the spelling mistakes in our posts. You might want to always double check your own posts before talking about anyone else’s post.

          And, as NeilB said, something to the effect, get used to it here in the Discussions. Just as a suggestion, I wouldn’t try to correct too many poster’s spelling unless it’s in fun. 🙂

          Have fun.

        • #3212587

          I accept the rebuke graciously, Old Guy…

          by suirauqa ·

          In reply to suirauqa, you might want

          It is one of my pet mistakes… I often say or write, “Thanks goodness”, knowing fully well that I meant to say or write, “Thank goodness” as the phrase goes. I shall, henceforth, keep quiet about spellings in the Discussions. I shall just keep a wet towel handy for the nosebleed; after all, a frood should know where his towel is…

          Take care. 🙂

        • #3212521

          suirauqa,

          by old guy ·

          In reply to suirauqa, you might want

          After rereading my post I guess it did sound like a rebuke. In my head I was thinking of it being more as a word of warning because I have seen some pretty hot heads in here about having their spelling corrected or made fun of. (However, we do make fun of JDClyde’s spelling 🙂 ) Sorry I came across a little strong. I don’t usually.

          Anyway, hang around and figure out who we are. It’s really a lot of fun here.

        • #3231415

          jdclyde’s spelling,

          by neilb@uk ·

          In reply to suirauqa, you might want

          leaves me completely in a daze, these daze.

          😀

        • #3231319

          Honestly, Old Guy…

          by suirauqa ·

          In reply to suirauqa, you might want

          I did not mind. 😀
          My mistakes are my own :8}, and I should be able to correct them. Thank goodness you pointed it out… (see, see, I have learnt!!)
          I like reading TR discussions because it is a gathering – albeit virtual – of by and large intelligent people (never mind a few T.R.O.L.L.s here and there).
          [T.R.O.L.L = troublingly regressive/recidivist, often laughably loud-mouthed]

    • #3212952

      Some people are

      by neilb@uk ·

      In reply to I have found the source where id10ts come from.

      more stupid then a very stupid lemming, fresh out of the school of stupidity. In fact, as stupid as a stupid lemming who used to be Professor of Stupidity at Oxford University and has now moved and is working with the United Nations at the High Commission of Stupidity Planning.

      😀

      With apologies to Ben Elton.

      • #3212950

        I should think apologies are in order!

        by tig2 ·

        In reply to Some people are

        The first time I heard that was in connection with being cunning. As in, I have a cunning plan… so cunning you could brush your teeth with it!

      • #3212936

        That is pretty

        by old guy ·

        In reply to Some people are

        succinct. Not that I think that highly of me but I hope I never give anyone reason to accuse me of that. I have known some folks who that fit rather well.

      • #3212885

        HEY!!!

        by jaqui ·

        In reply to Some people are

        quit insulting lemmings like that, they are far more intelligent than jibbernaughts.
        [ crystal methamphetimine addicts ]

    • #3212856

      I thought

      by protiusx ·

      In reply to I have found the source where id10ts come from.

      they came from France?

      That was a joke! Jeesh!

      • #3212848

        Nah, we already

        by old guy ·

        In reply to I thought

        figured out the three countries, Idiotesia and Moronovia and Stupivania, are actually disguised as Alabama, Mississippi, and Kentucky minus the TR powers-that-be, of course.

        I guess France just imports an over abundance of them.

        • #3215436

          well,

          by jaqui ·

          In reply to Nah, we already

          one of the two primary countries could be washinton, since that is where MS has it’s head office they have imported the entire country 😉

    • #3230177

      No, no, no. Here’s where idiots came from

      by maxwell edison ·

      In reply to I have found the source where id10ts come from.

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