News to Tell Who’s Stupid: Your Friends or You

Do you have an idiot friend who likes the Da Vinci Code? Are you someone’s idiot friend that likes the Da Vinci Code? You or said idiot friend should then be directed to a New Yorker review of the Da Vinci Code movie. Some highlights include:

There is also Silas (Paul Bettany), a cowled albino monk whose hobbies include self-flagellation, multiple homicide, and irregular Latin verbs.

There has been much debate over Dan Brown’s novel ever since it was published, in 2003, but no question has been more contentious than this: if a person of sound mind begins reading the book at ten o’clock in the morning, at what time will he or she come to the realization that it is unmitigated junk? The answer, in my case, was 10:00.03.

Should we mind that forty million readers—or, to use the technical term, “lemmings”—have followed one another over the cliff of this long and laughable text?

Do you have an idiot friend who plays make believe on Sunday mornings? Are you someone’s idiot friend who prays to make believe entities on Sunday morning? Then you should consider this, and this:

And in the humourous piece of the day, the Onion has some good solutions for the immigration issue. A viable Mexican economy? What the hell would anyone gain from that?

Oh, and a public service announcement for those Americans who have no problem with the NSA’s telephone data-mining program…


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  1. emily says:

    this is real funny. we laughed aloud at it. usually one does not laugh aloud if the person making the joke isn’t there. since we laughed audibly it shows that it was really funny.

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