Teens nowadays are looking more and more toward idiocy as a viable career choice.
"It's like those reality shows" stated one teen who only referred to himself as "The Retention." "You can't be smart and be on those, yet look at the money those people make."
Facts and several rumors bear out that conclusion. Shows like "The Jersey Dopes," "Who Wants to Marry a Welfare Recipient?" and "So You Think You Can Count?" are quite popular and their stars reportedly make six figure salaries. That isn't even counting all hosts of the "news programs" on cable TV, which feature lots of people who got beat up in high school or flunked gym class.
"If being stupid makes me wrong somehow, then I want to be stupid." stated one teen who was seen drooling slightly. And while we used to criticize schools for just "pushing through" students who could barely read, now they are actually preparing for real careers.
One aspiring reality star/ future talk show host asked sarcastically "Who looks stupid now?" and added "It's me, right?"