- "He suffered from alcoholism and anger issues. I think caused by his alcohol use."
Alcoholism is caused by alcohol use. Who knew?
- "The only monster I ever think there is in a horror film is a
psychotic serial killer. Therefore, all of the others are just
portrayed as villains even though they are not." So every horror
movie monster (except serial killers) is just misunderstood. This
student also announced that horror movies "usually" have an exorcism,
disease-infested "crazy people," and a "regular psychotic person" who kills
for no reason. Wow, I'd pay to see that movie.
- "They kept Hannibal Lecter, and were chasing Buffalo Bill in order to
put him behind bars too. People never just let other people be."
let's leave those cannibalistic serial killers in peace! Apparently,
based on this and the previous remark, 2010 was the year that the Civil
Rights movement chose to recognize oppressed monsters everywhere.
- "My own view is that there are 6,958,622,785 people in this world."
Did you count them yourself?
- "For example, the creation of the Greek gods were created to explain
how the earth was made and how the elements of nature work because they were
not able to understand what was truly going on." So the creation
was created to explain how things were created. Got it.
- "Institutional spheres are the outer coating of individuals that
nations use to give color to their ideals." Why do I suddenly have
a craving for a bag of M&M candies?
- "Voltaire believed the people did not realize the lack of knowledge
they had when it came to knowing what ignorance was." I think that
is why they call it "ignorance."
- "Think Girls Gone Wild meets, well, Girls Gone Wild." Other
than a black hole of STDs, I'm not sure what this analogy (intended to
describe beach parties in a Texas town) even adds up to.
- "[It] would seem that the novel's main point with respect to this is
that good breeding and a strong bloodline may or may not have much bearing
on a person's attitude, or indeed their desirability." Pizza may
or may not also have an effect. Or oxygen. This is a classic
lapse in basic logic: anything "may or may not" affect anything else.
Causality needs clarity.
- "Orestes shows no regret for killing his mother, and he admits to
doing said crime many times." So how many times did he kill his
mother? Is this Groundhog Day? Does she respawn like a
video game character?
- "The British Empire was a force too great for anyone to defeat.
Of course that changed when we had the American Civil War where 30,000
farmers beat the Empire with the help of the French of course." Of
course. Was that before or after Japan attacked Pearl Harbor in retaliation
for Hiroshima? (See Gallery 3!)
- "Neurologist Lori Marino states that Orca's have a part of the brain
that humans don't have which is related to functions of the brain dealing
with emotions." So orcas have emotions and humans don't. If
only I felt one way or the other about this . . .
- "Looking into their differences, you will see how they cater to their
customers differently, and why two restaurants so similar to each other are
both successful despite these similarities and differences." This
sentence is different from all the other sentences in this gallery, because
of its differences, even though it is also similar.
- "[There] are three key elements of the diving industry that come
together to keep it operating. These are sales, service, and diving."
There is a key element to redundancy. That is being redundant.
- "This contradicts the stance that history was driven by largely
immaterial forces." So, ghosts?
More coming soon, unfortunately . . .