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Scooter Expert Moran Doesn't Like Being Called a 'Moran'

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Well, fast forward to this afternoon. I couldn’t find the link to the newspaper story so I Googled myself. The first link to the story lead me to Wonkette, a website that specializes in satire. Wonkette spoofed the Times story under the headline: “In A Troubled Economy, Scooter Manufacturing Is The Only Successful Industry.”

Reading the comments on this site made me realize that satire and empathy are often mutually exclusive.


I e-mailed the Wonkette link to a co-worker.

She emailed back: I love how out of that entire, long article, it was your name that got picked up. Personally, I’d take offense at the morons who are confusing “moran” with “moron.”

I don’t care too much about that. These people are idiots. But if this is my 15 minutes of fame I’m going to be pissed

GET A BRAIN, SCOOTER MORAN. LEARN YOURSELF TO SPELL.

This is a declaration of war against the scooter-trade-magazine industry. [HME News]

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