} Ah... a lack of understanding of the inner workings of the Oracle. See,
} when a question comes to the Oracle, most don't realize that it is
} first passed through several random parsing programs before arriving at
} its destination. For example, your question,
} "Why is it that some questions that get posed to the all knowing
} oricale are real stupid"
} last passed through the parsing script "un-educate". Before going
} through that script, it appeared as:
} "Why are some of the questions sent to the all-knowing Oracle
} As you can see, these parsing scripts can often greatly alter the
} content of the question, making them appear quite stupid.
} Now, this question *could* have also previously passed through the
} parsing script "de-grovel", and thus before that would have been:
} "Oh godly Oracle, who forever shall be exalted as the mightiest
} of the supreme beings, please tell a lowly supplicant such as
} myself why some of the many questions that the all-mighty,
} all-knowing Oracle is asked to ponder, come across as
} unintelligent, wasteless banters of your infinite wisdom?"
} The question also could have been a result of the "de-woodchuck"
} script, and would have originally been queried as:
} "Why would some wood sent to the Head Woodchuck be tough to
} Additionally, the question may have been a result of the "de-Quayle"
} script, and would have been:
} "A stupid question posted to the Oracle is not a stupid question,
} but instead a question that is stupid."
} Or, perhaps, it had been passed through the "de-Clinton" script, and
} was originally:
} "If I ask the Oracle a stupid question, is it still stupid if I
} quietly muttered it under my breath?"
} It may have even gone through the "de-mime" script, and thus was
} But I think you get the idea.
} You owe the oracle a parsing script called "de-Limbaugh".