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Thursday, June 29, 2017

Humanity Becoming More Cretinous Day By Day

The Telegraph reports that a woman fatally shot her boyfriend in a YouTube stunt to "boost her online profile".

Monalisa Perez from Minnesota claimed after being charged in the shooting that it was a stunt gone badly wrong.

Ms Perez, who is pregnant, was charged on Wednesday with second-degree manslaughter in the death of Pedro Ruiz III.

According to a criminal complaint, 19-year-old Ms Perez told authorities Mr Ruiz wanted to make a YouTube video of her shooting a bullet into a book he was holding against his chest.

She says she fired from about a foot away and then fled the house, screaming.

Is it me, or are people becoming more cretinous day by day?

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  1. Anonymous11:50 AM

    Apparently, she wrote beforehand:-

    "Me and Pedro are probably going to shoot one of the most dangerous videos ever���� HIS idea not MINE��"

    She ought to face additional charges from the grammar police.

  2. What propelled this into the stratosphere as a potential Darwin winner was the fact that she used a Desert Eagle pistol from around a foot away. This is a pistol whose rounds can pulverise rocks or penetrate up to 2ft of drywall panels from several meters away. If it wasn't tragic it would be comedy genius.

  3. Anonymous6:43 AM

    A well-aimed shot from a Desert Eagle can apparently stop a car.

    It would have made good sense to experiment first by perhaps firing a shot through a book tied to a fence or something similar, but it occurs to me that perhaps this was a one book household.

    Another upsetting part of this story is that the couple have one child and she is pregnant with another.

    Should people like this be allowed to breed?