People sign "I am a moron" petition without reading headline
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Hahaha My sides. This is too good. People in California do not even know how to read, except for one smart old dude. People signed their own name, date, and signature confirming that they are indeed morons. HOW CAN PEOPLE FALL FOR THIS?!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIvea_QWF4g
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I am a moron tho...
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Potentsaliva wrote:

I am a moron tho...


Have you ever signed a petition confirming you are a moron?
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Rujikin wrote:


Potentsaliva wrote:

I am a moron tho...


Have you ever signed a petition confirming you are a moron?


No, but if it was presented to me I would sign it
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Potentsaliva wrote:


Rujikin wrote:


Potentsaliva wrote:

I am a moron tho...


Have you ever signed a petition confirming you are a moron?


No, but if it was presented to me I would sign it


But you read the title of this topic didn't you? That's got to be a good sign your above those people.
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Rujikin wrote:


Potentsaliva wrote:


Rujikin wrote:


Potentsaliva wrote:

I am a moron tho...


Have you ever signed a petition confirming you are a moron?


No, but if it was presented to me I would sign it


But you read the title of this topic didn't you? That's got to be a good sign your above those people.


I did, but I wouldn't say that it's a good sign that I'm "above" people who don't...
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Rujikin wrote:

Hahaha My sides. This is too good. People in California do not even know how to read, except for one smart old dude. People signed their own name, date, and signature confirming that they are indeed morons. HOW CAN PEOPLE FALL FOR THIS?!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIvea_QWF4g


This social experiment is nothing new,and anyone can fall for it easily. The reason why they fall for this is they get distracted at what the guy is talking about,and don't bother to read what they are actually signing. Has nothing to do with the lack of ability to read.

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Rujikin wrote:

Hahaha My sides. This is too good. People in California do not even know how to read, except for one smart old dude. People signed their own name, date, and signature confirming that they are indeed morons. HOW CAN PEOPLE FALL FOR THIS?!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIvea_QWF4g


This social experiment is nothing new,and anyone can fall for it easily. The reason why they fall for this is they get distracted at what the guy is talking about,and don't bother to read what they are actually signing. Has nothing to do with the lack of ability to read.



I've went into a job where they handed me random papers asking me to sign them and I went through and read every page. They went around to quickly collect and I said I was still reading. They called in a manager to ask me why I was causing trouble and I literally had to explain "I don't sign stuff without reading it first". Manager acted annoyed but couldn't say much to that.

Heck I avoid signing or giving out info whenever possible even if people don't like it.
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Rujikin wrote:


danagram wrote:


Rujikin wrote:

Hahaha My sides. This is too good. People in California do not even know how to read, except for one smart old dude. People signed their own name, date, and signature confirming that they are indeed morons. HOW CAN PEOPLE FALL FOR THIS?!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIvea_QWF4g


This social experiment is nothing new,and anyone can fall for it easily. The reason why they fall for this is they get distracted at what the guy is talking about,and don't bother to read what they are actually signing. Has nothing to do with the lack of ability to read.



I've went into a job where they handed me random papers asking me to sign them and I went through and read every page. They went around to quickly collect and I said I was still reading. They called in a manager to ask me why I was causing trouble and I literally had to explain "I don't sign stuff without reading it first". Manager acted annoyed but couldn't say much to that.

Heck I avoid signing or giving out info whenever possible even if people don't like it.


Most of theses people were probably on their way to somewhere else,and didn't want to spend all day reading everything especially when it wasn't asking for too much personal information.

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danagram wrote:

Most of theses people were probably on their way to somewhere else,and didn't want to spend all day reading everything especially when it wasn't asking for too much personal information.



You can do a lot of nasty stuff with a name, birth date, and signature. Heck what if that petition was "send the Jews to the camps" and you just signed it, imagine what would happen then. If I didn't have time to read it then I wouldn't sign it.

Maybe I just have too much (un)common sense.
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