Friday, July 14, 2006

An open letter to stupid people.

Dear stupid people,

I understand that you have a limitation in your capacity to think and behave in our society, or any society for that matter, and you are going to impact the rest of us people who don’t qualify as stupid. I would ask that you please limit your impact on the rest of us that do not want to be affected by the fact that you do not know your ass from a hole in the ground.

For those of you who are stuck in limbo not aware that you are truly stupid I have a few guidelines for you:

You are stupid if you:

  1. Decide that riding a bike, while having a smoke and talking on your cell phone in traffic is a good idea you qualify as being stupid.

  2. Decide that putting make up on while driving 20 over the speed limit on a winding road again in traffic is a normal thing to do then again you qualify as stupid.

  3. If you think that asking the same simple question 5 or 6 times is a good thing, it’s not unless the person answering is a stupid person as well, then you are a stupid person.

  4. Write emails in a professional setting not only with typos and grammatical errors (these can happen to the best of us) but writing documents that barely adhere to anything resembling English, they are a stupid person.

I can come up with guidelines for you for days but I will simply stop there. If you think you may be one of these intellectually challenged folks; please stop these activities. Take a step back and follow the basic rules that have been set up for you. Drive while driving, talk when you’re on the phone, don’t try doing too many complex tasks at once because the moment you start doing that you not only become highly annoying but you also become a danger to those around you. You people are the reason the majority of car accidents happen. Ignorance is not an excuse!

Thank you and if you have managed to read this far and still feel that you may in fact be one of these stupid people you may just be acting stupid. I recommend you STOP IT and start acting normal so I don’t have to steer my life around you in order to keep myself alive.