38 Percent Of People Not Actually Entitled To Their Opinion

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In a surprising refutation of the conventional wisdom on opinion entitlement, a study conducted by the University of Chicago's School for Behavioral Science concluded that more than one-third of the U.S. population is neither entitled nor qualified to have opinions.

"On topics from evolution to the environment to gay marriage to immigration reform, we found that many of the opinions expressed were so off-base and ill-informed that they actually hurt society by being voiced," said chief researcher Professor Mark Fultz, who based the findings on hundreds of telephone, office, and dinner-party conversations compiled over a three-year period. "While people have long asserted that it takes all kinds, our research shows that American society currently has a drastic oversupply of the kinds who don't have any good or worthwhile thoughts whatsoever. We could actually do just fine without them."

In 2002, Fultz's team shook the academic world by conclusively proving the existence of both bad ideas during brainstorming and dumb questions during question-and-answer sessions.

http://www.theonion.com/content/news_briefs/study_38_percent_of_people
 

Mazeloki

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Wanderer

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I thought thumbs made us human?
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no, lots of animals have thumbs, but only apes and monkey have apposable thumbs.
ps. the onion=great bathroom reading

Edit: kinda got off topic so i took it out
 

Redshift

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I thought thumbs made us human?
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Na....chimpanzees, gorillas, and orangutans have opposable thumbs and are not human.
 
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