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Mad (Flt) Scientist
24th Sep 2011, 20:43
http://www.demotivation.us/media/demotivators/demotivation.us_Never-argue-with-an-idiot-He-will-drag-you-to-his-level-and-beat-you-with-experience_130175376686.jpg (http://www.demotivation.us/tags/idiot/never-argue-with-an-idiot-1247871.html)

galaxy flyer
24th Sep 2011, 21:05
Any idiot in particular or just idiots, in general?

GF

G-CPTN
24th Sep 2011, 21:12
It is better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to open one's mouth and remove all doubt.

Mad (Flt) Scientist
24th Sep 2011, 21:32
@g_f

you sussed me out!

corsair
25th Sep 2011, 00:06
Oddly enough my wife fell into that trap on Friday. Good woman that she is, she let herself be sucked in by an idiot.

She got into an argument with a woman who used to have her job. But who was sidelined because frankly she was incompetent.

She was very upset and more upset because I was less than sympathetic. She is too tolerant of idiots and psychos.

Mad (Flt) Scientist
25th Sep 2011, 06:43
Why am i not taking my own advice??:ugh:

Um... lifting...
25th Sep 2011, 06:57
Never wrestle with a pig... you both get muddy and the pig likes it.

mutt
25th Sep 2011, 08:10
MFS......... :ok::ok::ok::ok::ok::ok::ok::ok::ok::ok::ok::ok::ok::ok:


Mutt

blue up
25th Sep 2011, 10:10
http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j279/foggythomas/management.jpg

Mr Optimistic
25th Sep 2011, 13:25
I'd be the one at the back: also suits my management style.

Fareastdriver
25th Sep 2011, 16:05
Charge Chaps; I'm right behind you.

Lon More
25th Sep 2011, 16:15
I'd be the one at the back: also suits my management style. Right next to you there and that'd be my boss next to us facing the other way.

charliegolf
25th Sep 2011, 19:32
Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups.

vulcanised
25th Sep 2011, 20:49
As in House of Commons.

MagnusP
26th Sep 2011, 10:15
Always check your spelling before starting a new thread. ;)

ExXB
26th Sep 2011, 13:50
Always check your spelling before starting a new thread. ;)
Now that is "Approrpiate" advice!