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I’m With Stupid – February 27, 2015

HOW TO MAKE SURE YOU’RE BUYING A CHRISTIAN POTATO
by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallI don’t know if you heard, but earlier this week in Idaho, the Kootenai County Republican Central Committee voted on a proposal to have Idaho declared a Christian state. I don’t know what that means in terms of such a thing ever happening, but being that the opening words of the First Amendment are “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof,” I don’t think that particular idea’s going to make it very far. Read the rest of this entry →

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I’m With Stupid – February 20, 2015

SCIENCE KNOWS THE TRUTH EVEN WHEN IT DOESN’T
by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallIt’s been a slow week in the world of stupid — probably due to most of the country being so snowy and cold that folks couldn’t get outside and do their things — so this week, instead of stupid, we’re going to talk about the world of smart.

One of our favorite subjects here at “I’m With Stupid,” as some of you may recall, is astrophysics (by which we mean all of the astro-type sciences, except maybe astrology). That may sound odd coming from a guy who just last month devoted an entire column to adult diapers and poop, Read the rest of this entry →

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I’m With Stupid – February 13, 2015

WHEN REALIZATION DAWNS ON BONEHEADED KIDS
by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallSome years ago, there was a program here in the Roaring Fork Valley called A Grassroots Aspen Experience that brought underprivileged, low-income kids from inner cities to Aspen for a week of fresh air and fun. It seemed like a nice enough program, but I always felt that it was only half of what it should have been.

In my mind, in addition to bringing kids to Aspen, A Grassroots Aspen Experience also should have taken some overprivileged, high-income kids from Aspen Read the rest of this entry →

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I’m With Stupid – February 6, 2015

WHEN LIFE (AND LANCE) IMITATES ‘THE SIMPSONS’
by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallI have a confession to make: I was once Lance Armstrong. I’m not proud to say it, but I feel like I have to come clean.

A few years ago, I worked for a week as a production assistant on a Nike commercial that was filmed, in part, at the top of Independence Pass. Some of you may remember the ad, which was called “Human Chain.” It was actually pretty cool.

It was composed of quick cuts wherein various athletes — Maria Sharapova, LaDainian Tomlinson, some soccer guy — were valiantly doing their things, Read the rest of this entry →

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I’m With Stupid – January 30, 2015

THE DANGERS OF BREATHING SNOWMOBILE FUMES
by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallThe Winter X Games have come and gone here in Aspen, and I consider myself fortunate this time around to have not had to attend. I’ve been very clear in the past that I’m glad the X Games are here — they’re a boon to the local economy and they shine the national spotlight on Aspen for a few days — but to an old fart like me (and most of the people I know, apparently), they’re insufferable in person.

One nice thing about the X Games, however, is that they feature sports that are popular in the mountains, Read the rest of this entry →

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I’m With Stupid – January 23, 2015

DUDE, YOU SHOULDA BEEN THERE. NOW PAY ME
by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallBy now, I’m sure most of you have heard about the 5-year-old boy in England whose family got a bill in the mail after he missed his friend’s birthday party. But if you’re not familiar with the story, that’s basically it in a nutshell. The family RSVP’d and then later realized they had other plans for that day, so the kid missed the party. A few days later, he came home from school with an invoice for $24 — a “child’s party no-show fee” — from the birthday boy’s mother. Read the rest of this entry →

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I’m With Stupid – January 16, 2015

BOW WOW WOW YIPPIE YO YIPPIE YAY, AMEN
by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallSometimes, the answer is right in front of you and you don’t even realize it. Take, for example, the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office in Clearwater, Florida. For the past few months, people in the office have been walking on two new rugs bearing the department’s emblem, and it wasn’t until last week that someone finally noticed that instead of reading “In God we trust,” like they were supposed to, the emblems on the rugs read, “In dog we trust.”

I, for one, think that is the greatest thing ever, Read the rest of this entry →

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I’m With Stupid – January 9, 2014

THE STRAIGHT POOP ON MANILA’S PAPAL PREDICAMENT
by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallOnce, when I was a child, in what qualified as a moment of deep contemplation, I decided that soldiers fighting in wars must wear diapers during combat. To me, this made all the sense in the world.

Think about it: If people were shooting at you, you would almost certainly crap your tighty whities. I was quite sure I would. More importantly, though, if you were in the midst of a heated battle, you wouldn’t want to drop your guard and/or pants for even an instant, lest you lose some tactical advantage. Read the rest of this entry →

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I’m With Stupid – January 2, 2015

HAPLESS LUDDITE PREVAILS OVER MODERN TECHNOLOGY
by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallSince I know you all read last week’s column, I’ll assume you’re dying to hear about my adventure with the Xbox that Santa left under our tree, so here goes.

Naturally, the Xbox was the first present my son opened. The wrapping paper came off, and then my son yelled, “Oh my gosh!” about 20 times in a row. My son then opened the rest of his presents in a stupor and grudgingly let me and my wife open our presents. Having dispensed with those unimportant details, he insisted I set up the Xbox so he could get started playing his Minecraft game, a gift from his parents. Read the rest of this entry →

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I’m With Stupid – December 26, 2014

THE XTREME DANGER OF GIVING AN XBOX FOR XMAS
by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallI find myself in sort of an interesting spot with this week’s column. You see, I’m writing this the day before Christmas, but it won’t be published until the day after Christmas. Thus, I’m going to have to predict how Christmas is going to go around my house this year rather than telling you how it went.

So here goes:

First, I predict my son’s head will explode when he sees one of his presents. Read the rest of this entry →

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