Posted by Ward on January 12, 2005
In Reply to: Blissful ignorance posted by SR on January 12, 2005
: : : : I was impressed by your answers to my "lonesome valley" type question. Thanks.
: : : : Here's another one. Have you got any good phrases for someone who holds under-informed opinions tenaciously? Or for the act of holding tenaciously to such opinions?
: : : : Spark
: : : 'Bullheaded,' 'pigheaded,' 'muleheaded,' 'mulish' and 'willful' are mentioned in the archives.
: : I love a phrase used by Truman Capote. He said someone was, "The most deeply ignorant man I've ever met."
: If ignorance is bliss then he is the most blissful person on earth...
The phrase 'don't confuse me with the facts, I've got my mind made up already' is the mantra for the person we're discussing.