22 thoughts on “Too funny for words”

  1. I don’t get it. Why is it funny? The woman makes a very valid point. They should move the deer crossings to areas with less traffic.

  2. Sipu :

    I don’t get it. Why is it funny? The woman makes a very valid point. They should move the deer crossings to areas with less traffic.

    Sipu.

    Are you sure this is a reasonable solution?

  3. Sipu :

    I don’t get it. Why is it funny? The woman makes a very valid point. They should move the deer crossings to areas with less traffic.

    But would the deer then know to move as well, Sipu? Surely if the four-footed friends knew about traffic danger, they wouldn’t need deer crossings.

  4. Araminta: as a resident of the United States I can attest that, yes, there truly are people this stupid roaming around. There are higher concentrations of them in liberal areas. This woman, as it is, resides in Minnesota. Most areas in Minnesota are populated by more sensible people. Minneapolis-St Paul, the main urban area, sadly is not quite as lucky in this regard. They are often as idiotic as San Francisco Bay Area residents. There was one city in California, controlled by Democrats, that passed a ban on dihydrogen monoxide. Barbara Boxer, the junior senator from California and a raging left-winger, signed a petition to ban women’s suffrage.

    FEEG: one can almost guarantee it. There are a lot of conservative nutters in the USA. We’ve seen some recent posts on this site highlighting their glories. What went unsaid is that there is little more foolish than the bulk of American lefties. They make Guardianistas look sane and intelligent. I’m not especially fond of the American right, but at least one is more likely to find people there who can hold a job and balance a chequebook.

  5. bravo22c :

    I think Sipu was being a little humourous.

    Bravo, good spot! I bet he’s gone for a lie down now – until the mood passes. 🙂

  6. bravo22c :

    I think Sipu was being a little humourous.

    Phew. I am glad somebody spotted that. Still, it does not say much for me that there are some who could think otherwise.

  7. Around Trondheim in Norway whence my biz took me awhile the arrrangement for moose-crossings are spectacular – all tunnels! Is there a lesson there for American urban planners?

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