Friday, February 24, 2012

Noteworthy Morons: Argentina _ _ _ ***

"Noteworthy Morons" or NM, intends on celebrating idiots that make a habit of assassinating common sense and have long developed acute immunity to logic.
Argentina - a nation (believe it or not) - has been bestowed the honor of being the first clutz, of what will hopefully be a long list of dweebs, to receive this acknowledgement. The South American nation has displayed great levels of backwardness, in a region ripe with ferocious competitors of moron, and hence made it to the list that is NM.
So what elevated this country to such notoriety, why discriminate you ask: isn't this just one more, of a long list of characters, that could have provided script fodder to the screenwriters of "Dumb and Dumber"? Are you not making a big deal of what seems to be just another wack job - a common estupido of estupidos? The answer lies within the pages of "The Economist" which simply decided to stop publishing Argentina's inflation index. Yep, you know you've made it to the gallery of clown when the foremost publication of economy and finance decides you are a big fat liar, and that there is no amount of decimal point tampering that can cover it up.

So Congratulations Argentina. Or, as The Economist calls you:
"Senhorita Footnote _ _ _*** 25%"


Picture from here.


  1. WOW, unbelievable. When I was there last year taxi drivers were singing her praises... I was there last week and everyone from Taxi Drivers to business owners want her out. They cry and wonder how in the world did she get 52% of the vote? hmmmmmmmmmmm

  2. Samuel Becket - unintentionally - best described their peculiar line of reasoning: "Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better."

    It sure is going to be a challenge to find the next feature for my Noteworthy Morons segment: one that won't be so overshadowed by this perennial loser. I really shouldn't have started out so strong, but then again as long as human beings roam this planet there is hope. Humn, perhaps I should look to Italy, always fertile ground. . .