I was reading SS's thread to Sim and Cons and my mind started wandering while I was reading the thread and I thought about this. I really hate it when you can tell when people don't know what they're talking about. I'm not calling anyone out on this forum, cause I'm talking about people that I encounter on a much more frequent basis. One of the things that gets on my nerves is when people quote Jon Stewart or Stephen Colbert as an actual news source. I know people that if it weren't for Stewart and Colbert, they wouldn't actually know any amount of news at all. Not that I don't think that all the news sources aren't bias anyway, but if you're going to pretend to know something, at least watch the grown ups news. I hate when people talk about Glen Beck and it's clear that they've never actually heard or watched his show. I think he has a whole martyr complex about him and he likes to think that he's one of the top peons when it comes to being an American, and I don't like him because of it, but at least I've heard more than just a 30 second clip from one of his shows that was taken out of context and twisted to fit whatever need. I hate when people quote Myth Busters like they're the be all and end all to everything. "Well Myth Busters had an episode on how a spy cars spike trap wouldn't really pop any cars behind its tires so it can't be true no matter what!" Well, if they would have tried just a LITTLE bit harder, they could have actually disproved their own bust. These are just a few examples of what I'm talking about. Have you guys ever come across a situation when you can just smell the heaping amounts of bull shit that someone is trying to spew at you?