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Sam Jackson and Stupid People

Updated on January 9, 2010

A sample of my complaint!


I was talking to a coworker when Sam Jackson became the topic of discussion. He was on the TV in the background as we were speaking in the dispatch office. For some reason I remembered a scene from Pulp Fiction which was funny to me and my favorite scene in the movie.

As we giggled about the scene I decided I would look it up on You Tube to watch it again. I quickly found what I was looking for and watched the clip. The clip is filled with one liners and classic questions. I'm not going to type them, that would be stupid considering you could watch them by clicking the video provided. I'm not going to provide the comments either, they are not worthy of being placed into my Hub. I would never write anything in an attempt to stir the pudding or get someone to comment on my Hubs.

After the clip was over, I noticed the comments. I have looked up thousands of videos on You Tube but there is one thing omni present. I don't know if it is the same goofball or if there are thousands of goofballs. (I actually know) Every video I have ever watched has comments. Are they comments or are they plagiarized sentences with a "LoL" on the end?

Why would someone do this? Is this funny to type what was said in the video exactly as it was stated then add "LoL" to the end. If time is to be wasted typing why not type in substantive text or actual funny text. Inevitably someone will try to make their plagiarized statement and enter the text incorrectly, then another fool will attempt to correct that ignorance and so on.

As the comment section is read we find the plagiarized text turns to needless gibberish. Soon it turns into a cursing match and belittlement session. I am left wondering how these embeciles function in everyday life. Do they go to work?

I suspect when they get to work, if they hold a job, the manager tells them, "The floor at the fry station is slippery and needs to be sanitized!" to which they reply in an intellectual manner, "The floor at the fry station is slippery and needs to be sanitized! LoL gay!" They then grab the mop and do as directed.

I have a solution! Every douche bag who enters text in the manner we have discussed in this Hub should get the "What?" treatment just as Sam meted out in this video.

Let the LoL's and ignorant statements begin!


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    • donotfear profile image

      Annette Thomas 

      8 years ago from Northeast Texas

      I guess I get the big red ex from ya. I already said it on 2 of your other

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      8 years ago

      Is this funny to type what was said in the video exactly as it was stated then add "LoL" to the end. LOL

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      Tracey Glover 

      8 years ago

      I've never seen this movie, so didn't really know what to expect. But remind me never to say "what" or "lol" to YOU!

    • Shinkicker profile image


      8 years ago from Scotland

      Yeah Ole No.1 I'm with you, I can just imagine it.

      "Say 'LoL' again, say 'Lol' again I dare ya! I double-dare ya! say 'LoL'


      If only :-)


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