like colour TV
is all there
in black and white” Monty Python
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Three quotes by Scott Adams
Scott Raymond Adams (born June 8, 1957) is an American author and cartoonist. He is the creator of the syndicated Dilbert comic strip, and the author of several nonfiction works of satire, commentary, and business. Dilbert gained national prominence during the downsizing period in 1990s America and reached a worldwide audience. Adams worked in various business roles before he became a full-time cartoonist in 1995. He writes in a satirical, often sarcastic way about the social and psychological landscape of white-collar workers in modern corporations.
Always postpone meetings with time-wasting morons. [+]
Marketing is only legal because it doesn't work most of the time. [+]
People are so conditioned to take sides that a balanced analysis looks to them like hatred. [+]
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