Dumb

Dumb may refer to:

  • Muteness, the condition of being unwilling or unable to speak
  • Stupidity, a lack of intelligence
  • "Dumb", a 1993 song by the band Nirvana from the album In Utero
  • "Dumb" (The 411 song), a 2004 song by the group The 411
  • "Dumb", a 1998 song by the band Garbage from the album Version 2.0

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... During the course of aging a wine may slip into a "dumb phase" where its aromas and flavors are very muted ... The cause or length of time that this "dumb phase" will last is not yet fully understood and seems to vary from bottle to bottle ...
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... Time" Side Effects Heat E=MC² 2008 Chilli "Dumb Dumb Dumb" Bi-Polar 2008 Natasha Bedingfield "Angel" Pocketful of Sunshine 2008 Tiffany Evans "I'm Grown" Tiffany Evans 2008 Teyana Taylor "Google Me" From a ...
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... Occasionally, Dumb America, Dumb Ireland, Dumb Australia and other countries are also featured ...
Dumb Pipe
... mobile network operator (MNO, or operator), the term dumb pipe refers to an operator’s network being used simply to transfer bytes between the customer’s device and the ... The use of the term “dumb” refers to the inability of the operator to restrict services and applications to its own portal and primarily just provide simple bandwidth and ... Among the commonly understood operational models for a MNO are the dumb pipe, the smart pipe, and the walled garden ...

Famous quotes containing the word dumb:

    O let my books be then the eloquence
    And dumb presagers of my speaking breast.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Only very intelligent people don’t wish they were in politics, and I’m dumb enough to want to be in there.
    Orson Welles (1915–1984)

    The secret of the demagogue is to appear as dumb as his audience so that these people can believe themselves as smart as he is.
    Karl Kraus (1874–1936)