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If evolution works, why are there so many idiots?

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re: If evolution works, why are there so many idiots?
ximerba   8/9/2007 6:08:52 PM
I think could be too much free time,TV, junk food etc, and instead of find interesting and constructing ways to improve things we tend to be childish and fool around, which could be a way of saying "hey I´m unique and do what I want". I don´t know our inner(stupid) child made people do stupid things :-)

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