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Stupidity Endemic in Fundament Communities!!!

Correctives: Stupidity Endemic in Fundament Communities!!!

"The New Zealand public should be aware that there is an even more insidious designer drug that is now doing the rounds in fundament communities -BAC 182 or "Stupidity." said Sister Raptophilia SM today.

"Yes, we thought that all that handwaving in the air, speaking goobledegook, deliberately having bad haircuts and wearing horrid seventies pastel polyester was just a demographic attribute. Then we realised- this sounded like drug addiction and NOT behaving normally!!!" Sister Raptophilia continued along her path of thought, rather like a juggernaught.

"Stupidity sufferers feel a need to constantly expose themselves to the media and rave on about issues of moralistic significance!!!" stated the former leader of the Corrective Party, instants before she was apprehended by the drugs squad.

Contact: Sister Pontificata
of the Stupendous Genuflection
Nun Combattant
Corrective Party
(06) 3683609

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