Kentucky Fried Stupid:Another lesson in American decline and all around crappiness…


You hear the story about the little girl in Mississippi who was allegedly asked to leave a KFC restaurant due to her facial scars disturbing other patrons?

Well the story has as many parts as KFC finds parts of chicken.

As it sits now it seems that the alleged incident never occurred. The power of insipid social media platforms fanning the flames of stupidity clearly happened. The little girl scarred by a pit bull attack lives in a home where pappy red neck had ten of the little fuckers,I am unaware of Facebook or twitter rage on that part.

KFC is supposedly going to go through with a $30k donation to the child’s medical bills. This is nice for the girl but reveals how fried America is as a nation.

Story links via Yahoo



  1. jonolan says:

    Oh, you’ll find many anti-pitbull people and groups on twitter and facebook. I’m sure some of them are bitching about this, Alfie.

    The sad part is that pits are damn fine dogs – I have one now and have had several in the past – that get a bad reputation because idiots raise them wrong.

    Oh! And by way of side-note, if you want to see real pitbull density, go to Brooklyn, not the country. The pit is seemingly our dog of choice.

  2. Alfie says:

    Yeah I was completely brain dead on the thought that social media is likely strewn with pit bull haters just for the sake of hating on them.
    I for one am a supporter of the dog and of those that are good owners. I know some folks who have in their pit bull very loyal and lovable dogs.
    I was thinking more along the lines that this girls whole life structure; from sweet tea and mashed potatoes to family scamming to likely puppy mill or dog fight arena illustrates how bad so much of the USA is.

  3. jonolan says:

    I’ll have you know that I’m from the land of sweet tea and love me some mashed potatoes, Alfie. I get where you’re coming from though.

    On the other hand, I have to wonder if I’d try to scam people like that to get the money to help my daughter if I couldn’t afford to on my own. Thankfully, I’ve never had to find out.

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