"Not For Use By People of Average Intelligence"

In Scott Adams' original "Dilbert Principle" he mentions that we all have idiot moments. I can certainly recollect dozens of my own. But then there are those Darwinian moments where you stop and realize "wow, some people just aren't all that bright." Take this story on CNN.com for example. Researchers found that microwaving a WET sponge for 2 minutes kills most bad things lurking about. So, what did people do? They tossed DRY sponges into their microwaves, and then had the hilarious nerve to complain to the reporting news agencies that it was their fault. If only people could read - and comprehend!

The irony of No Child Left Behind: the parents of the children are already long lost. :)

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