May 15, 2012

To his friend...

So there you go.

26 comments:

  1. I don't think High Times counts...

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    1. So reading High Times means you're not an idiot?

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  2. He's THAT much of an idiot if he's aware of this.
    Which I guess it's why he's only "basically" an idiot.

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    1. Err He's NOT that much...
      I'm an idiot cause I skip words.

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  3. and knowing is half the battle.

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  4. I want a framed copy of this.

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    1. Bookmark it so you can order your framed copy at the end of the year.

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  5. A wise man once said "the only thing that I know is that I know nothing."

    That he acknowledges he's an idiot automatically makes him smarter than half the people posted to this site.

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    1. More than half now that you've posted!

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  6. I guess it depends on what you read. If its Chic Tracts, yes you're an idiot. If its something with real information you have a moderately higher chance of learning something useful.

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  7. Like my illiterate grandpappy used to say, "You can't get common sense from books."

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    1. Unless it was the book Common Sense by Thomas Paine.

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    2. Of all the places to see Tom Paine name-dropped...

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  8. I want this in latin so I can put it on my family crest.

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    1. The grammar's probably terrible because it's from google translate, but here you go: Lectio non intellegens te. Perlegi tempus et plerumque stultus sum.

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    2. Man, everything sounds classy in Latin.

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    3. Now with improved grammar: Lectio intellegens te non facit. Lego omnes temporis et plerusque stultus sum.

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    4. for the last clause, maybe "et stultus maneo"

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  9. At least he's honest about himself.

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  10. Self deprecating humor anyone?

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  11. Suggestion. Think "Quality" over "quantity "

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  12. It's like Hitler said, reading has to have a purpose, it's senseless to just read for reading's sake

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  13. Just watch out if someone has only read one book. Those guys are dangerous.

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