The more unbelievable a thing is to be believed the more believed it will be. How awful.

From “I can’t find my socks” being total bullshit to “an Invisible pink unicorn just ran his pointy horn through my buttocks” – hmm, I can see that one happening – is so utterly ridiculous that I sometimes lose my mind trying to figure out how to teach the incredibly stupid of the world what is real and what is not.

I know – “Who appointed you curator of the museum of stupidity?” Well, actually, it was my wife. One day I said. “Hun, why are people so awfully dumb?” And she said, “I don’t know dear. Why don’t you do something about it?”

So, there it is: I’ve been appointed and I’m going to do something about it. I just hope that I’m not preaching to the choir.

The Socks vs Invisible Pink Unicorn example is clearly an exaggeration, but how about this analogy?

A few politically motivated power hungry politicians got together and decided to use old Pagan myths and motifs to create a new religion that they could use to terrify and enslave the will and souls of their subjects – being total bullshit to a virgin was impregnated by a ghost, the child that was born taught some obvious stuff at age 12 and then disappeared for 18 years. When he returned he taught a few more things that totally contradicted each other and for this he was crucified (although there is no record of this happening in Roman history) rose from the dead and ascended into heaven just like many other solar deities before…..


You have got to be freaking kidding me. It’s times like these that I’m so ashamed to be a member of the human race. I really hope aliens don’t visit us any time soon. It would be quite embarrassing to try to explain this nonsense.

As a species we are quite silly indeed.