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  • n. idiocy

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  • n. Idiocy.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Idiocy.


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idiot +‎ -ry


  • Combined with just flat-out ignorance and, in some cases (toward some races, mostly Mexicans since we live in San Diego) just plain prejudice and idiotry and yes, racism.

    IRs, relatives and in-laws « Love | Peace | Ohana

  • Had the story been from the UK or Taiwan or 80 other countries, everyone would have been amazed at the level of idiotry.

    "We cannot confirm the story, but the goat is in our custody."

  • I cycle to work along some country lanes and see satnav-inspired idiotry on quite a regular basis.

    A funny satnav tale

  • The Morning Whip is a (mostly) daily review of what's out there that caught my attention, sometimes but not always posted before 11 am Central time in the U.S. of A., unless I just don't feel like it that day, am out doing something more important or more fun, or I've been abducted, detained, arrested, or otherwise flummoxed by the agents of blithering idiotry.

  • I've gently re-formatted the Whip, the better to shine a light on the rampant epidemic of blithering idiotry amok upon the world.

  • Obama's policy will only get US Soldiers killed and maimed needlessly as Gen. Petraeus is a fool for keeping McKiernan in theater as he is Wes Clark idiotry.

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