July 22, 2018

Ignopidity: Ignorance and Stupidity Both Without a Cure

It has always been said that ignorance can be corrected but stupidity can’t. I don’t know if that statement really holds any water but I have reached the conclusion that there is no cure for either one. What supports my claim is that there is an epidemic in this country called “ignopidity” – not only incurable but a symptom of the disease is the inability to recognize or understand that there is a difference between ignorance and stupidity. And, where we now live in a society in which ignorance is incurable, i.e. willful ignorance and the desire to remain that way regardless of such things as facts, what hope remains?

For those who might be curious, ignorance was once thought to be the lack of knowledge of a particular subject -stupidity as lacking mental capacity.

I read once that William Shakespeare was the master of “creative insults.” I know that often my writings can be disrespectful, offensive and rude, that is to those who know the difference, but I am no master at creatively insulting anyone. I remain rough around the edges and unfinished.

I’m getting way off the subject matter of this blog post.

Today I was sent a link to this article about the Florida panther. It was about how the Florida panther (the Florida panther is just a panther that happens to have a population in Florida) is being extirpated by people running over them with their automobiles. Of course, to the ignopid there are other circumstances that seriously affect the viability of the Florida panther, but it’s more fun to dump on the existence of man instead ignorant of the fact they are a man – somehow exempt.

I will not waste my time with those suffering from ignopidity to discuss whether or not the Florida panther is a subspecies of the panther or if it actually is in danger of being extirpated or of going extinct, which it is not. Unfortunately, often times those suffering from ignopidity display all the symptoms of chronic honeycomb brain infestation known commonly as liberalism (There is no known cure).

Liberalism and an overwhelming desire to better the lives of animals at the expense of man is a major manifestation of ignopidity. The linked-to article doesn’t come out and say that the only cure for protecting the Florida panther is to rid the state of human activity, but it is certainly implied.

Ignopidity caused the author to write: “I expect that without drastic steps the number of Florida panthers killed each year will continue to hit new records as the population declines on a curve toward oblivion.”

You should understand that this is Trump’s fault. The author admits that there are not enough protections in place for his liking for the Florida panther but somehow he says that because Trump is now president all hope is lost. Trump had nothing to do with the protection, or lack thereof, of the Florida panther. So why is it Trump’s fault? What isn’t it Obama’s problem, or Clinton’s? Hell, it might as well be George Washington or gOD himself.

Consider the statement made about the demise of the Florida panther. The author expects that without “drastic steps” – notice also the lack of any suggestion as to what those steps might be, other than killing a lot of people – the number of panthers killed each year will continue to set “new records” for the number of panthers killed each year…until when? Until they are all gone?

How is this even possible? There are a lot of variables to consider when seeking information on automobile collisions with Florida panthers. This author doesn’t consider any of them other than there are too many cars and people. Isn’t it feasible that the reason there might be a few more panthers killed by cars in Florida is that there are more panthers? That doesn’t fit the narrative evidently.

Regardless, it is an impossibility that more and more panthers will be killed until they are all gone. Think about it a minute.

A perfect display of ignopidity spiced up with a heavy dose of liberalism and animal perversion.

Share

Is Florida Becoming Large Predator Save Zone?

*Scroll for Updates*

One has to wonder, with increasing reports of encounters in Florida between humans and black bears and mountain lions, whether, like in most places where animal perverts think there should be more than one in everyone’s back yard, there are too many, with plans to grow even more.

Recently, captured on video, was someone walking on the elevated wooden walkways of Corkscrew Swamp in southern Florida, who encountered a mountain lion walking, mostly unconcerned, and coming straight at them. The “panther,” as those who have swallowed the myth that it’s a “distinct” subspecies of the mountain lion, became a bit nervous but hurried right on by, fortunately, without stopping for a better look or a taste of some human flesh.

I recall visiting one of these Florida “parks” and asking an attendant if these elevated trails, often winding through dense forest, and in particular mangroves, became a convenient “game trail” for critters of the forest. I was looked at like I had mountain lion dung in my mouth.

I know from the many, many years of being in the woods that animals create their own trails. Why? Other than what might be somewhat obvious to some, (some don’t even suspect) animals like and choose the path of least resistance. Duh? While in the middle of a dense forest, what better way for a mountain lion to get from point A to point B than to take I-95 (a made-up name for the boardwalk – keep up) that crosses the swamp and forest.

But don’t go look.

We are now getting reports of the “YUGE” success of the “conservation” (overprotection) of the black bear. Official estimates (which means this is the only number officials are willing to make public) are Florida now has 4,350 bears (probably at least 6,000). Granted, Florida is a large state encompassing about 65,750 square miles. But, the state also has close to 20,000,000 residents and far more than that when the “Snowbirds” arrive. As bear populations grow, along with human population growth, Florida residents should expect to have increased encounters with bears and mountain lions.

Just this week, an elementary school in Lee County went into “lockdown” because of a bear roaming the neighborhood.

Expect more!

*Update*

Get More!

A Fort Myers, Florida man discovers a “panther” sitting on his porch. Nice!

 

Share