anything is possible but i tend to disagree
I myself have known myself to be an idiot at one moment and not at another. It comforts me to know that idiocy often may be no more than situational.
It's possible that being an idiot is a very intelligent thing to be.
Top Ten Reactions(1) At last someone acknowledged the elephant in the blogroom.(2) Can we wear matching beanies?(3) Is there a... union? Health... care for...(4) When an idiot self-reflects, is there a fun-house mirror distortion?(5) Are we the "target audience"?(6) Can we serve in the army and get married (not in that order)?(7) Do I call you "idiot" in public, because we're taking back the word?(8) Shakespeare says it's okay, you know, he says life is a tale told by an idiot, full of Faulkner references.(9) Is it catching? is it passing? fleeting?(10) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French ydiote, from Latin idiota ignorant person, from Greek idiōtēs one in a private station, layman, ignorant person, from idios one's own, private; akin to Latin suus one's own — see more at "suicide"
I know for a fact that I am an idiot, so possibly, our friendship supports the theory that you, possibly, are an idiot too. Maybe we should just reclaim "idiot" then?
Can anyone direct me to some literature on the subject? Maybe I'll start saying, "What's up, fools?" more often as a greeting.
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