Extremely Stupid Woman Utterly Amazed By Lawn Sprinkler Rainbow

Written by  on August 7, 2008 

Does pollution cause rainbows?  Apparently so, at least according to the dumbest woman in the world.  In this video, listen to this whorebag explain how we never used to see rainbows near the ground, only around the sun and the moon.  Watch as she wonders what could be in our water and air to cause rainbows.  Laugh at her moronic stupidity.   Mock her grammar and spelling mistakes.

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5 Responses

  1. Aachor says:

    This is an embarrassment, to not only Americans, but humanity in general. I have lost all faith in the ability of civilization, as we know, it to exist.

  2. Jason says:

    Yeah… I can’t even fathom not understanding how rainbows form…but this person…is so incredibly stupid….wow. I weep for our society and gape in awe at how these kinds of people can propagate and ‘teach’ others. Seriously, does she just not realize that mist makes light bend into the visible spectrum? Stupid hippies….yes, the government (undoubtedly) is putting chemicals in the ground to make rainbows everywhere! Heaven forbid, they’re causing spontaneous beauty in your back yard! Wait, no…thats the natural beauty of the world you’re seeing…read a book…please.

  3. Angela says:

    Oh my gosh! The government has put a lot of these in Niagra Falls, too. It appears this is a massive conspiracy. Oh, the horror and scandal of those little rainbows. I’ve also noticed that after sunset, it gets unnaturally dark; it didn’t do that 20 years ago, either. Makes me wonder what’s oozing out of the ground, too. I wonder…

  4. Ernie says:

    Al Gore wannabe!Just goes to show what happens when you drink the liberal cool-aid.

  5. Antonio says:

    She probably thinks the earth is flat, and the Sun revolves around it.

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