Scott Adams first identified Donald Trump’s greatest strength. What do you think that might be?
It’s not his money or his business experience. Those are strengths, sure, but they’re not THE strength.
Scott Adams believes Trump’s campaign was a movie script. Here’s what Adams wrote way, way back when Trump’s candidacy was still just a PR stunt because he had zero chance of winning even a single primary:
A movie script is almost always arranged in what the professionals call a three-act form.
Read more →You probably don’t believe it. You’re probably reading just to argue. But three minutes from now, you’ll be armed.
Armed and ready to do verbal combat.
Armed and ready to defend your Trump vote.
Armed and read to win any intellectual confrontation.
Think it’s impossible? Keep reading. You’ll find out defending your vote for Trump is easier than you could imagine. Your opponent will be standing there, jaw moving, lips quivering, voice lost, brain scrambled.
Read more →You probably know that I admire Scott Adams quite a bit. He’s brilliantly predicted everything Trump has done. And he’s not finished dazzling us with his prediction skills.
Yesterday he made a prediction of how we’ll kill ISIS. It isn’t pretty. He’s not advocating what will happen. He’s just telling us what will happen.
I’m going to offer an alternative end to ISIS. It’s one I’ve advocated for attacking radical Islam since 2001.
Read more →Okay, let me explain this in the simplest possible way…
–Scott Adams, Dilbert
Lately…the Peter Principle has given way to the “Dilbert Principle.” The basic concept of the Dilbert Principle is that the most ineffective workers are systematically moved to the place where they can do the least damage: management.
― Scott Adams, The Dilbert Principle: A Cubicle’s-Eye View of Bosses, Meetings, Management Fads & Other Workplace Afflictions
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