I’ll bet he couldn’t find the USA on a map of the world either.
So exactly 50 million people perished?
The sad and scary thing about satire like this is that, when it’s reprinted 23 years later, nothing has changed or improved.
Those type of questions make no sense. I’m 70 and I don’t know how many people perished because of WW1. Does that make me ignorant? No.
My favorite is the congressional staffer who called the Library of Congress to find out what Abraham Lincoln did after leaving the White House.Our tax dollars at work.
What about the folks leaving the theatre after watching Titanic, angry because of the ending where so many people perished…
This Amazing Ignorant Interviewee is not only ignorant of history but also of arithmetic. 400➞50000000=“rounding”?!
In one of his compilations, Scott Adams included a strip in which Dogbert informed the pointy-haired boss that 40 percent of absences at work happened on either Monday or Friday. Adams said the mail was about equal between those abhoring this fact and those pointing out that it is exactly what should be expected.
Dogbert’s Amazingly Ignorant eventually morphed into “induhviduals”.
Forgive me for being a something (I don’t know what),but dogbert’s also off by thirty million,