Pat Sajak OverheatsPosted: May 21, 2014
People are entitled to their opinions. Sometimes, famous folks seem to think that we are entitled to their opinions. Why?
Originally posted on Long Awkward Pause:
People have their opinions. And if they choose, they can express those opinions in ways that make them look like real nut jobs.
For example, let’s look at Wheel Of Fortune host Pat Sajak’s Twitter post from Monday:
I now believe global warming alarmists are unpatriotic racists knowingly misleading for their own ends. Good night.—
Pat Sajak (@patsajak) May 20, 2014
No matter where you stand on global warming , that just sounds odd. In fact, on the well-known Standard Ten Point Scale Of Oddness, with 1 being “I can verify what I said in thirty-five scientific journals” and 10 being “I’m adding a second layer to my foil hat” this statement scores a solid 8.
As you know, an 8 on this scale corresponds with “I just chugged a bottle of cough syrup”.
LET’S PLAY WHEEL OF FORTUNE!
THE CATEGORY FOR THIS ROUND IS: WHY IT DOESN’T MATTER
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