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Also by Popeboyq-15If fresh water rivers and lakes lead to oceans, why are oceans not fresh water then, amirite?
Also about knowledge and losing+154Why do people complain about losing minutes of their lives? At the end of the day, you've found one thing that isn't interesting or wasn't worth your time so know not to do it, as opposed to never having found out at all, thus gaining a little bit of knowledge. If gaining knowledge is losing minutes of your life, you're looking at things the wrong way, amirite?
Also about ignorance and bliss-17Both of americas main political parties could be summed up with the phrase " ignorance is bliss", amirite?
Also about ignorance, knowledge, and bliss+153Ignorance is NOT bliss, knowledge is power, learn something, amirite?
Also about ignorance, knowledge, and bliss+402Ignorance is bliss, but knowledge is power. Tough choice, amirite?
Also by Popeboyq+24The most noticeable part of a kids growth is when they start calling you mom/dad instead of mommy/daddy, amirite?
Also about pain, ignorance, and bliss+243The best way to describe the phrase "ignorance is bliss" is when you have a cut that you aren't aware of until someone points it out and you immediately feel the previously nonexistent pain, amirite?
Also about ignorance and knowledge+197While the Information Age has chipped away at human ignorance in general, it has also increased ignorance of one's own ignorance. People will skim an article online, assume its validity, immediately claim expertise, then use social networking sites as soapboxes to spew their uninformed ideas. And the worst part is, they will have gleaned enough to sound somewhat intelligible, further spreading their faux-knowledge, amirite?