If you ever ask someone a question and they tell you to enter JFGI* into Google, be warned that they are having a go at you for asking what they think you should be looking up yourself.
I wonder if busy rushed off their feet librarians have ever felt a similar sentiment, hopefully not in so many words.
I adhere to my highschool English teacher's philosophy that there are no stupid questions. He did end that statement with "only stupid people", but I wouldn't go that far. A so called stupid question is a "teachable moment" and you can help the asker by showing how to locate the answer rather then spoon feeding them.
Also, I'm sure I'm guilty of asking some stupid questions, so he who casts the first stone etc etc.
Have you ever been tempted to JFGI someone?
*If you are wondering what JFGI stands for, Google it! Includes strong language so may be NSFW