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We should transport Rosenthal back in time as a slave - on a plantation and see then...

Posted: Dec 2nd, 2017 - 1:15 pm In Reply to: The Messy Link - Dusty

...whether he would still agree with his own article.

Incidentally, 9 out of 10 physicians recommend that should you see a Harvard Fellow coming your way, avoid contact by all means possible, because the Pompus ignoratiae bug they carry has no known cure.

What makes P. ignoratiae most dangerous is its unusual ability to use journal articles as host carriers. Vulnerable readers consume the article (after all, it's from HAHVAHD so it must be some pretty hot stuff!) - and thus they become infected. They, in turn, infect untold numbers of others by posting links to the articles on forums such as this, in their blogs, their email list and on their Facebook pages.

In fact, the impuse to spread the germ is the third symptom of the illness. The first is the irresistible urge to say "Wow, that makes a lot of sense!" four times very rapidly, followed immediately by the onset of blindness, and then comes the link-spreading.

This, of course, makes it nearly impossible to isolate. (They don't call it "going viral" for nothing.)

Epidemiologists estimate that the Harvard strain of P. ignoratiae is responsible for approximately 46.3% of the muddlehead plagues in the word, the Berkeley strain 42.8%, and all others straggle in far behind at 10.9% combined.

Inoculation with rationality vaccine is the only known defense against the bug. At one time, this was delivered by way of a needle sometimes called "an education" which, like any vaccination, is inconvenient and pokey but necessary.

Sadly, most public schools ceased issuing that protection to students long ago. After all, school budgets were tight. It was either the rationality vaccine or condoms. They couldn't afford both.

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