Dumb As A Stump!

dumb-as-a-stumpOh for christ's sake! Some people in Sacramento have seen an image of Whacko Jacko show up in a stump in their front yard the day he died. It's a miracle! I wonder if it heals people and molests little boys? I wonder if it does the moon walk?

Now, you've got to feel for the local reporter doing this stupid story. Unless he asked them leading questions which were beyond stupid. Because if you watch the related video of the magical stump story, the people are exceedingly moronic.

When asked why MJ would show up, specifically to these people, and not some other celebrity or religious figure, this is what one idiot said: "Because Michael Jackson was an icon to us," said one neighbor. "To Stockton, Michael Jackson meant more to us than Jesus, to some people. I think they're both about even."

So pareidolia be damned. That's just a stupid psychological phenomenon where a vague, random stimulus (like an image or a sound) is perceived as significant. That's so boring compared to imagining a knot in a stump is something magical and exciting. Let's all start worshiping the magic michael stump!

Hell, I can't see anything. I guess I'm doomed to suffer in a lake of hair on fire or something.


  1. Now, first we look at it in stick figure form. Consider the famous moon walk. The legs are much longer then the arms here, because the arms are relaxed at the sides and so. You can see the vague notions of arm movement along with...

    No no, I can't do it no more. What I'd really like to do is superimpose him into that picture, and then for contrast superimpose a butt going to the bathroom and compare the two images.

    I think the butt would fit more, actually. And now that I've said that, you'll probably be doomed to see it every time you look at that.

  2. "I wonder if it... molests little boys?

    Right, I forgot that it was "guilty until proven innocent" in our courts. Thanks for the reminder.

  3. You are awful! Damn you, it does look like a puckering chocolate starfish. (that's what my husband calls the poopyhole.) HAHAHAHAHAHAH!

  4. Oh right, justice is always served in the courts. I guess you think OJ didn't do it either since he was acquitted?

    Would you let your 11 year old son spend the night with jacko?

  5. This is the kind of stuff that makes me lose faith in the American people. I can expect this nonsense from a third-world country, but, the US?

    Anyway, with all the stuff in MJ's honor, I think this was kind of predictable predictable.

  6. Diego, don't be an ass. By that I mean don't lump all Americans in with a bunch of idiots who saw a face in a tree and want to worship it. The only people who make this "all the US" statement have NO idea that this is one huge mother effin country. Drive across it once. See just how massive this place is. We have millions and millions of people. That was a stupid comment for you to make. I hope you think twice about it.

  7. If I recall you are new to America, right? I mean, you weren't born here. I have to tell you, sadly, there are many people in this country that still cling to silly notions such as this. It makes me sad and frustrated that people can be such stupid, mindless sheeple.
    But I think you're right, in third world countries it's probably much more prevalent. But that's just a guess, based on intelligence. Maybe it doesn't have anything to do with intelligence though?

  8. Shelley, Diego didn't lump all Americans in. Read what he said again. Your ad hominem attack makes me wonder why Americans are so rude. Except I am aware that not all Americans are openly offensive to strangers.
    I hope you think twice about being so poorly mannered to people you don't know. You certainly aren't showing the nicer side of Americans to people who don't live here.