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Below are the 15 most recent journal entries recorded in idiotfree's LiveJournal:

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005
9:58 pm
[thewordnerd]
Oh, the irony!
Die young...

What a spam. Stupid, stupid.

Perhaps that should have been a comment, but pedaling idiocy on an idiotfree community requires a certain degree of Stupid, and I felt compelled to highlight it. :P

Current Mood: amused
Monday, March 14th, 2005
5:55 pm
[boo_kat]
Tuesday, February 15th, 2005
9:11 am
[boo_kat]
Thursday, February 10th, 2005
11:42 am
[boo_kat]
Check out this link to major idiocy
If you haven't seen this yet, it's worth a look. Very funny, but in a sad sort of way.

Pity the stupid... or don't.

http://www.livejournal.com/users/projectsw3igart/13176.html

Current Mood: giggly
Tuesday, December 7th, 2004
10:48 am
[boo_kat]
Good grief.
I hadn't realized that nobody was posting for months. I've been so busy lately, I hadn't been paying attention.

I promise I will try to find articles and stories on idiotic people for you as often as possible.

:)
12:22 am
[raverboi1784]
hahaha....
a friend of mine posted this in her journal, but she didn't put the address it came from. oh well.


Help, police, someone stole my pot! A Panhandle couple is under arrest after notifying police Thursday that their quarter-pound stash of marijuana was stolen and that they needed the weed back, because they were going to later sell it.

"They're America's dumbest criminals," said Lt. Ricky Ramie, head of the Bay County Sheriff's Office narcotics task force.

Deputies arrested 18-year-old John Douglas Sheetz and 17-year-old Misty Ann Holmes and charged the duo with possession of marijuana with intent to deliver and possession of drug paraphernalia.

According to the police report, the couple returned to the home they share and found the home broken into and a quarter-pound of marijuana missing. They immediately called authorities to report the break-in and theft.

Police said the couple told them they were going to resell the marijuana and allowed the detectives to search the apartment. Investigators discovered several marijuana stems among other drug paraphernalia during the search, The News Herald in Panama City reported for Saturday editions. They were taken to the Bay County Jail and are each being held on $17,500 bond.
Monday, December 6th, 2004
11:24 pm
[boo_kat]
WTF?
Updated: 04:22 PM EST
Woman Allegedly Ran Over Teens With SUV

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. (Dec. 6) - A woman ran over two teenage brothers after they accidentally hit her sport utility vehicle with a golf ball they were bouncing in a parking lot, officials said. One of the boys suffered life-threatening injuries.

The 14- and 16-year-old boys were bouncing the golf ball in a shopping center parking lot Sunday afternoon when it went astray and struck the SUV driven by 47-year-old Kathy Feaganes Allen, sheriff's Deputy Greg Suchy said.

No damage was done, and the boys apologized and began to walk away, Suchy said. Allen started to drive away, but suddenly made a U-turn, ran over a median and struck the teens before knocking over a light pole, Suchy said.

She then allegedly went after a third brother, but did not hit him. A witness said that after the SUV came to rest, Allen got out of the car and smoked a cigarette with the boys lying on the ground in pain.

"She charged them. This was the most deliberate act," witness Russell McPhee said. "After she ran them down, she got out of the car and lit a cigarette like a movie star."

Isiah Grayer, 14, was in critical condition Monday. His 16-year-old stepbrother, Justin Marshman, was treated for non-life threatening injuries.

A judge ordered Allen held without bail Monday on three counts of attempted murder. She is being represented by the St. Johns County Public Defender's Office, which did not immediately return a call seeking comment.

Current Mood: surprised
Saturday, July 17th, 2004
2:32 pm
[boo_kat]
Yesterday, I saw a woman make 2 completely illegal and reckless trafic manuevers within a block of each other. This was in a residential area, with lots of other people and cars around. She was just trying to get on Mopac faster. I ended up getting on Mopac the same time as her, even though I waited normally for the regular trafic signals. So even though she sped in a residential and made illegal turns, she got up on the highway and went 55 mph. I ended up passing her and got her license number. I'm thinking about reporting it. :P People like that woman shouldn't be alowed to own a car, or get a license.
Wednesday, June 9th, 2004
2:26 am
[raverboi1784]
Today my friend and I were walking acorss the street, and this group of people call out to us and ask us where the nearest Subway is. We don't know the area very well because we were far up north, so we don't asnwer right away. The guy mistakes this for confusion and goes, "Subway, the sandwhich place." I tell him I'm not sure, and my friend and I walk off laughing....TX has no subway trains...lol
Saturday, June 5th, 2004
3:32 pm
[boo_kat]
THAT BLOATED FEELING. eeewwww
THAT BLOATED FEELING. My tip is for what not to do: Don’t let your dog eat cat food. Mine did while visiting a relative. Two days in the hospital and a $400 bill taught me an important lesson that cat food is not formulated to move through a dog’s digestive system appropriately. My dog nearly died after eating 2-3 lbs of cat food while no one was watching. Mary Ann R., Illinois

The dog's not sick from just eating cat food. It's sick from eating 2-3 pounds IN ONE DAY! Stupid, stupid woman.


Seen on this website:
http://www.cheapskatemonthly.com//ed_cheapskate.asp?ID=12599
Friday, June 4th, 2004
10:01 pm
[boo_kat]
Grocery Store Tales
These are in response to themachinehead's post earlier.

Some of my old friends used to work at a grocery store. The store was open 24 hours, and most of them had the night shift. Here goes:

One man would get drunk, then wander into the grocery store at 11 or 12, sometimes even 1am. He would always ask to use the restroom, which got locked at 10pm. Employees had to tell him this over and over again. One day, he decided to get back at the store. He wandered back towards the bathroom, maybe to check if it really was locked. As he passed the charcoal brickets, he decides to whip it out and have a go. Thankfully, the brickets soaked most of it up. He wanders out of the store, before anyone notices what happened. One of the stockers found the mess later that night. The man came back to the store and did it two more times. On the third go, they caught him at it and called the cops. Now, who was the bigger idiot: the drunk, or the store for letting him do it so many times?

One night, a very drunk/high/stoned/etc. man came into the store. He seemed very confused, but wasn't bothering anyone. At some point, he wandered to the back of the store, where he climbs into the cold case. (Between the juice and the cheese) He just laid there. Apparently, he thought he was VERY hot. The employees had a hard time getting the guy out of the case. Again: who's more stupid, the guy or the store?
10:46 am
[themachinehead]
Without overstating it, this community is the greatest creation in the history of our culture.

I love to hear idiot stories, here's a couple I've experienced or heard from a friend.

A friend of mine works in a grocery store. The other day a woman comes in with a nasty looking dog bowl and says "My dog's thirsty." My friend tells her where there's a hose, but the lady says "Oh well I'll just shop fast." So she comes back to the register with a couple of random things and an open iced tea. And she asks my friend "Do dogs like Iced Tea?" My friend says it depends on the dog, but generally no. The lady kind of says "Oh well" and walks out. Carrying a disgusting dog bowl around the whole time.

"If the left click is the one that you have to press all the time, why do you need a right click?" -my mom, learning to use her new computer.

On working a home entertainment center: "I think it's broken. I've got sound but no picture." (while the TV is off).

That's all I have just now.
9:56 am
[quelrod]
this may be more techranting...but

Last week a coworker came to me and announced his password didn't work. So I went to look it up and he had his username correct but the password wrong, which I told him. He stared blankly for a while and then said "Well, I changed my password yesterday do I have to use the new one now?"

Thank you...drive through
2:02 am
[boo_kat]
I am an idiot....
for not advertising this community! I need to get more on the ball...
Tuesday, April 6th, 2004
12:26 am
[boo_kat]
Rants
I created IdiotFree as a place to rant or share amusing stories about the idiocy we encounter on a daily basis. Membership is open, and unless it is totally off topic, anything goes!

Current Mood: bitchy
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