Idiocracy Part 1

Sometimes, I want to bang my head in total frustration. Sometimes, I just want to laugh. Sometimes, I want to cry. The way society is becoming, this will possibly be a new blog segment, merely commenting on the every day absurdities I observe.

I was at Hasting’s in Benton on Friday. This is a book/cd/movie rental chain here in AR, but they also have a coffee shop. I usually go to this coffee shop because the coffee is good, not too expensive, and I can sit and do my homework and studies. I overhear the most ridiculous things, but this one takes the cake.

Keep in mind the election (err, selection) was on Tuesday.

There was a group of teenagers and twenty-somethings talking about the atypical twenty-something/teenage madness. What really got to me, though? Someone in the group…

“Oh, yeah, the election was this week. Who won it?”

“Oh, it was Obama. I saw it on this comedy show, it was hilarious the way they were doing this.”

“I’m glad he won. I don’t know who he beat, but that’s good.”
*FACEPALM*

 

The second thing that struck me, we were watching some infowars on youtube and one of the Alex Jones reporters was interviewing an Obama supporter.

“If you had to give Obama a grade for his first term, what grade would you give him?”

“I don’t believe in grades. Grades are wrong.”

 

We’re screwed.

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Malls bring out the worst in me.

I am hereby resigned to the fact that nobody can tolerate me, and I cannot seem to tolerate others.

People are so inane and I am far too deep.

I wonder where home is? Not this planet, I presume.

I despise the mall. I had to go there today. I promise the world I will avoid this like the plague in the future.

I guess I have a social problem, eh?

26 cheerleaders rescued from jammed elevator

AUSTIN – Twenty-six teenage cheerleaders tried to cram themselves into an elevator at the University of Texas to see how many would fit, but then they got stuck and had to be rescued.

One girl was treated and released at a hospital and two others were treated at the scene after the Tuesday night prank, officials said.

The group of 14-to 17-year-olds were attending a cheerleading camp when they decided to stuff themselves into an elevator at Jester Residence Hall on the UT campus.

The elevator went down to the first floor but then the doors of the overloaded elevator wouldn’t open, officials said.

After a few panicked cellphone calls, police and firefighters were called to the scene and it took a repairman about 25 minutes to fix the door, police said.

UT officials didn’t find the prank funny.

“It’s dangerous, actually,” UT police spokeswoman Rhonda Weldon said. “They’re lucky that that’s all that happened.”

http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/WeirdNews/2008/08/06/6367591-ap.html

*AHHHH, Texas…cheerleaders…nuff said.*