The left has the dumbth as well

PZ gets it right regarding the Huffington Post: It's the People magazine of the lefty blogosphere. Why anyone pay's attention while Jim Carrey spouts on about autism, I don't know.

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I wouldn't go as far as people magazine. There are many interesting and informative posts. I just don't read the stupid stuff.

However, the quality of the holes of the cul which work on it, allows them to make golden washers.

Pourtant, la qualité des trous du cul qui y travaillent, leur permet de se faire des rondelles en or.