A Project After My Own Heart…

March 4, 2008 at 10:24 pm Leave a comment


Thank You.

I have a firm belief that people are rarely stupid – some are just willfully ignorant. After all, it doesn’t take a mental giant to know that a sentence doesn’t look like this:

holybob dat flm clap wuz gr8! exstremly funy!!! LOLRFTPKMES

“The solution we’re creating is simple: an open-source filter software that can detect rampant stupidity in written English.”


Thank you, Stupid Filter, I wish you the best of luck.

Oh, and I love you.

More about the project on the StupidFilter site.


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