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You Can’t Teach Stupid

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You can’t teach stupid is one of my favorite quotes from a friend, Thomas.  I love saying it and don’t get to say it enough.  After reading this story I was able to yell it out.  Are you freaking kidding me?? This lady must have been skinny, right?  She also had to be limber and not afraid of heights.  I am  guessing she still believes in Santa Claus so may have been under age. I still don’t get it.  Who is that stupid to believe they can climb down a chimney?  Does she not have a house and know that there is a grate before you get to the bottom??  What was she to do then, kick through it?  Great way to surprise the person you are stalking.  It is people like this who make me realize I am not as dumb as I thought.  I bet 90% of you will go check your chimney after reading this.  You also think she might have yelled help a few times and been found.  Thanks to Kristi for sending in the article.  TMTMTL@RollinSD.com

BAKERSFIELD (AP) —- A doctor involved in an “on-again, off-again” relationship apparently tried to force her way into her boyfriend’s home by sliding down the chimney, police said Tuesday. Her decomposing body was found there three days later.

Dr. Jacquelyn Kotarac, 49, first tried to get into the house with a shovel, then climbed a ladder to the roof last Wednesday night, removed the chimney cap and slid feet first down the flue, Bakersfield police Sgt. Mary DeGeare said.

While she was trying to break in, the man she was pursuing escaped unnoticed from another exit “to avoid a confrontation,” authorities said.

DeGeare said the two were in an “on-again, off-again” relationship.

The man’s identity was not revealed by police, but the man who resides in the home is William Moodie. He declined to comment when reached Tuesday by The Associated Press, saying police instructed him not to discuss the matter.

Kotarac apparently died in the chimney, but her body was not discovered until a house-sitter noticed a stench and fluids coming from the fireplace Saturday, according to a police statement. The house-sitter and her son investigated with a flashlight and found Kotarac dead, wedged about two feet above the top of the interior fireplace opening.

Firefighters spent five hours late Saturday dismantling the chimney and flue from outside the home to extract Kotarac’s body, DeGeare said.

Officials said Kotarac’s office staff reported her missing two days prior when she failed to show for work. Her car and belongings remained near the man’s house.

A cause of death has not been determined, and an autopsy was scheduled for Tuesday. Foul play is not suspected, though investigators have been looking into the incident as suspicious.

John is a badass motha fucka

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