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 Mike Knezevich - “The ignorant become stupid - when they no longer perceive or willfully ignore their own lack of knowledge and then pass judgment or form an opinion while failing to strive and learn anything more.”
 Mike Knezevich - “The ignorant become stupid - when they no longer perceive or willfully ignore their own lack of knowledge - and then fail to strive and learn anything more.”
 Mike Knezevich - “Bullies are those pretending to have self-worth and self-esteem, but only through the humiliation, exploitation, or domination of others.”
 Mike Knezevich - “The ignorant become stupid - when they no longer perceive or willfully ignore their own lack of knowledge and then pass judgment or form an opinion while failing to strive and learn anything more.”
 Mike Knezevich - “The ignorant become stupid - when they no longer perceive or willfully ignore their own lack of knowledge - and then pass judgment or form an opinion before striving to learn anything more.”
 Mike Knezevich - “No form of communication is ever clearer than malicious public ridicule poorly disguised as interest or concern.”
 Mike Knezevich - “Ridicule first, then shame and condescension are the weapons and ammunition - in the mental manipulation and psychological terrorism of the oppressed. Self-esteem, truth and fellowship among peers are their able defenses - in a counter-attack on the lies of fear, inferiority and a mandatory deference - intended by the oppressors.”
 Mike Knezevich - “It is a common tragic irony that the loudest people are rarely the ones who are the smartest or most correct, yet they are more often than not the ones with the most unsolicited advice on how everything should be.”
 Mike Knezevich - “It is a common tragic irony that the loudest people with the least education or variety of life experiences are rarely the ones who are the smartest or most correct, yet they are more often than not the ones with the most unsolicited advice on how everything should be.”
 Mike Knezevich - “At times, some are able to make up for what they lack in skill or ability by a sincere and genuine desire to simply do the right thing.”