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I’m With Stupid – February 3, 2017

by Todd Hartley

For the most part, in penning this column each week, I try not to write about local issues. The title is “I’m With Stupid,” after all, so I don’t want anyone I know to feel guilty by association should their name or cause appear in some rant of mine. This week, however, the real world intruded upon Aspen’s little bubble of unreality, so the topic of discussion will concern a business about a block from the center of downtown.

For those unfamiliar with the story, here’s what happened: A woman brought some memorabilia from Donald Trump’s inauguration to Suitable for Framing to have the stuff framed and the owner said she couldn’t fulfill the woman’s request. This much everyone agrees upon. What happened next is unclear. Read the rest of this entry →


02 2017

I’m With Stupid – June 17, 2016

by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallYou guys have heard of Facebook, right? If you haven’t, it’s this website that people go on to brag about themselves and tell everyone what they had for lunch. It’s all pretty silly, but apparently some people take it very seriously and think more highly of themselves if other people indicate that they like what the person did that morning or like the picture that person posted of their cat.

The weirdest thing about Facebook, though, is the way it has changed the very definition of friendship. To use myself as an example, I have, in reality, maybe a dozen close friends. I can’t say for sure that all dozen would agree, but to date they haven’t told me they aren’t my friends, so we’ll go with that number. Read the rest of this entry →


06 2016

I’m With Stupid – August 15, 2014

by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallSome of you may not know this, but I’m kind of a big deal. I get recognized. I mean, I got recognized once, and it could happen again, so it counts.

You see, that’s what happens when the same black-and-white picture of your bald head runs every Friday for 325 weeks in a row in a major national newspaper like The Aspen Times. Eventually, someone recognizes your face. Someone recognized mine, meaning that evidently my face hasn’t aged in six years, so I got that going for me, which is nice. Read the rest of this entry →


08 2014

I’m With Stupid – February 8, 2013

by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallThe other day, I got an email in my inbox, and I knew it was important because the subject was in all capital letters, as if the sender were screaming at me to pay attention to it. It read, “Re: LEGAL NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF CLASS ACTION.” Intrigued, I clicked on it.

The email concerned the settlement of a class-action lawsuit against Facebook, and I was being offered a chance to be part of it. I don’t mean to brag, but apparently I was featured in one or more of Facebook’s sponsored stories, and now Facebook owed me money. Read the rest of this entry →


02 2013

I’m With Stupid – July 13, 2012

by Todd Hartley

I don’t know about you guys, but I’m not a big fan of things being co-opted by special-interest groups, you know what I mean? Things that have always existed by themselves should belong to everyone, not just select groups of people who want to use those things for their own personal aggrandizement or financial gain.

A perfect case in point would be the words “face” and “book.” Both of those words have been around for at least a dozen years now, and everyone has had access to them the whole time. Read the rest of this entry →


07 2012

I’m With Stupid – May 20, 2011

by Todd Hartley

As an American, I tend to feel rather proprietary when it comes to the development and dissemination of stupid trends. It’s America, after all, that has given us such pinnacles of idiocy as the Hummer H2, teenage vampire movies, Paris Hilton, Perez Hilton, country line dancing, New Kids on the Block, pants worn around one’s thighs with one’s underwear hanging out, Lindsay Lohan, etc., etc. In short, we’re not just dumb; we’re the world leader in dumb, and we’re damn proud of it.

Mind you, I’m not saying that every moronic trend originates in the U.S. Japan has certainly had its share of success with things like Pokemon, bad animation and slaughtering dolphins, Read the rest of this entry →


05 2011

I’m With Stupid – January 14, 2011

by Todd Hartley

I’m not going to lie to you folks — at least not this week: There hasn’t been a lot of “funny” stupid news lately. Headlines here in the U.S. have been dominated by the Tucson tragedy, while the rest of the world seems to be getting washed away by floods. Even someone as callous and inappropriate as me would consider it in bad taste to make fun of things like that.

But I still had to write a column this week. Thus, I found myself on the horns of a dilemma. Read the rest of this entry →


01 2011

I’m With Stupid – December 24, 2010

by Cindy Hirschfeld

It’s only a matter of time, I fear, before we all get sucked into an inescapable mass of verbal mediocrity.

Here’s why: The other day I called out someone for a cringe-worthy misspelling on a Twitter/Facebook post. But before you think I go around gratuitously editing posts just because I’m a writer and editor, know that I had a vested interest in making sure the information in this case was accurate. Read the rest of this entry →


12 2010

I’m With Stupid – August 27, 2010

by Todd Hartley

One of the things I’ve always admired most about the dimwitted — a group that by no means precludes me, mind you — is the way one person’s stupidity frequently begets even more idiocy on the part of others. A perfect case in point is the brouhaha going on right now in England over the actions of one insignificant woman who did one very dumb thing.

The woman, Mary Bale, a 45-year-old bank worker from the town of Stoke, achieved infamy earlier this week when a video of her dropping a cat in a trash bin was posted on the Internet. Read the rest of this entry →


08 2010

Tweet your way into the historical record

I am, admittedly, pretty far behind the times when it comes to technology and social networking. I have an outdated cell phone that I only use to make calls. I have an iPod Touch that I only use to listen to music, and I have a Facebook account that I visit about once a month and have yet to update the status of.

Oh, I suppose I know how to send text messages with my phone, but I try to refrain from doing so, as I consider texting by anyone who isn’t a girl in junior high school to be exceptionally lame. And if I absolutely had to I guess I could figure out how to get online with my iPod, although I honestly didn’t know I could download apps for it until about a month ago. Read the rest of this entry →


04 2010

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