NYT’s: Missouri Is Home of “Low Sloping Foreheads”


What a shock…
New York Times columnist trashes Middle America.

Elitist New York Times columnist David Carr, from the paper that endorsed Barack Obama, says Missouri is the home of the” low sloping foreheads.”
Via Real Clear Politics:

New York Times columnist David Carr responds to Bill Maher implying Alabama and Kansas are not the “smart states.”

David Carr: “If it’s Kansas, Missouri, no big deal. You know, that’s the dance of the low sloping foreheads. The middle places, right? [pause] Did I just say that aloud?

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And that observation is coming from a pencil necked grey beard

I’m assuming that he has no travel plans to “middle America” any time in the near future.

This guy needs an attitude adjustment- wait, would that make me a sloping forehead guy? After all, I live in Texas, one of those “middle places”- or would it make me normal? After all, there are more people in the “middle places” than on both coasts, and we have guns and KNOW how to use them.
In Carr’s case, I would kneecap him- then he could move slower, and maybe his brain would catch up to his body.
In any case, as we say down here- the boy ain’t right.

There is a docu movie focused on the NYT where Carr admits to being an “ex Crack Addict”, addicts are addicts so he moved from crack cocaine to a different narcotic.

Oh, but for a few minutes of intellectual or physical battle with this pompous, arrogant, Elitist
witless idyenost that provides comfort and identity among Useful Idiots, might not pass the test

So hide with the cowardly and tell each other how clever you are to follow the part line
But remember there are those out here with with real wit and wisdom who bide our time

Yes your days are numbered and the end is near, Obama’s policies have run their course
The money is gone Socialism waits to take a dying crap, on the dung heap of history, back to its source

Article: New York Post includes David Carr, drug addiction is drug addiction is drug addiction and someone just does not walk away from drug addiction. Invariably, an addict will drop one addiction substituted then by another obsession which is why NA Meetings are critical. The Jayson Blair story is classic, when this cub reporter was cooking up his plagerism stories he was swapping, cutting, dealing cocaine there – there – there inside the New York Times headquarters (all puns included). Other stories never to make it to “All News Fit To Print” are the rampert drug usage inside the paper or the possible drug distribution off the dilivery trucks that roll at night. Like the information on Pinch Sultzberger’s divorce from his society wife some print just doesn’t get printed..

I guess I must be smarter than this asshat, since my forehead runs all the way to the rear of my head.