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Dumb & Dumber


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rdgrnrComment by rdgrnr - April 29, 2012, 1:00 pm
This is in keeping with the whole agenda of dumbing down America because it's not "fair" that the dopes can't get degrees too. Everybody should be able to be a college graduate so they can get a good job no matter how stupid they are.
It's only "fair."
That's why Oblamer has to talk at a sixth grade level to the college kids.
They're a bunch o' dummies.
Which means they'll be voting democrat in November.
JAP69Comment by JAP69 - April 29, 2012, 2:08 pm
Reminds me of when I use to work for a commercial roffing company which had about 50 employees at the time. The owner of the company who was a college grad gave his yearly spring pump up speech for the upcoming year. When he was all done and the men moved into the locker room to be assigned their daily duties a few of the men said what the hell did he say.
So wether you are president or an executive of a company you need to tailor your speech for all to understand. That way most all involved gets the message.
The higher educated may take offense to it but that is the way the ball bounces.
Comment by ACPutz - April 29, 2012, 11:46 pm
Ridgy why are you a nobody???   Seems to me that if your dumb *ss only has contempt for the people not as well off, hard working and smart as the great and powerful Ridgy... then you should have a   good reason why your not as well off, hard working and as smart as say Bill Gates or Warren Buffett.

Do you think people like Gates and Buffet look at you and think there goes one pathetic piece of garbage?   I'd try to talk to him but I can't speak down to his stupid country bumpkin language or "this side of the pond" global view.

Nah, you probably don't worry what people think about you because your too busy judging everybody else.

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