What’s funny is the reporter who thinks Christie was out of line. I suspect she is also stupid, but hates it when people call her on it!
Stupid people always hate it when you point out that they’re stupid.
People of this level of stupidity not only hate it when you point out that they’re stupid, but spend a huge amount of time telling anybody who will listen how bright they are.
Dunning–Kruger effect. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dunning%E2%80%93Kruger_effect
In short: it takes a certian level of self awareness and competence to even gauge how much you know / don’t know.
Thus those “dumb as rocks” or “as sheltered as a baby duck” sincerly have no idea how out of depth they are.
very interesting. And it makes perfect sense.
Tho I won’t tolerate such talk against baby ducks!!!!
Well, there’s nothing wrong with the baby ducks, they just don’t know any better.
But yeah, it’s a handy metric. And can be a good self check as well.
Though it is also a siren call of confirmational bias.
The ones who get really pissed about it are the ones who are just barely aware that there is a shelter they reside in.
I would put up with his liberal Republicanism just to watch the press conferences. Or a State of the Union…especially if there was a Democrat majority.
Yeah be careful what you wish for, bro! Christie’s shit may smell like warm apple pie when it comes to fiscal issues, and telling off reporters and Union Thugs….but he’s another big-government “Progressive”….and a Donk Majority it would be no different than Massachusetts with Romney as Governor.
But it would be SOOOO sweet to watch….
Let’s just clone him and keep the parts we like.
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