An average forum user

  WhiteTruckMan 00:42 14 Jul 2009
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I came across this little gem in the shared documents folder of one of my childrens computer this evening:

click here

and I just had to share it, as I am sure there are more than a few forum members who could identify themselves with it.

In fact, I dare say FE could probably rattle more than a few names off from memory.

WTM

  DieSse 01:00 14 Jul 2009

Well it's true, isn't it.

;-))))

  Strawballs 01:08 14 Jul 2009

Good one

  Grey Goo 08:19 14 Jul 2009

There are several types of wrong:-

Those who are terminally moronic.

Those who mean well, try to help whenever they can and occasionally make a blooper.(majority)

Those who know they are wrong but for whatever psychotic reason they maintain they are right.
(Also found in Government)

  jack 08:30 14 Jul 2009

Used to be me- I hope I have grown out of it a little bit.
If I come across a ' How do I' post that has a 5 or replies- I now tend to pass it over with the thought'
They're getting responses- why confuse them more?

  laurie53 10:03 14 Jul 2009

The trouble is that there are far too many idiots who are so convinced of the righteousness of their own futile, flawed and ridiculous arguments that they they are totally unable to see the correctness of my reasoned, cogent and well researched contributions!

  Bingalau 10:30 14 Jul 2009

laurie53. I have the same feelings...

  Jim Thing 11:36 14 Jul 2009

Me too.

Jim
(Frequently misinformed; never wrong...).

  newman35 13:15 14 Jul 2009

I'm sometimes wrong - but I'll defend to the death my right to so be.

  Kevscar1 15:42 14 Jul 2009

Oh my god Politicians in training.

  Spark6 15:44 14 Jul 2009

I've heard it said that the man who never made a mistake never made anything. Sometimes my greatest mistakes are logging on here just before bedtime!

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