Scott Raymond Adams

1957 -

A Quote by Scott Raymond Adams on animals, computers, and play

Man is a game playing animal and a computer is another way to play games.

Scott Raymond Adams (1957 -)

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A Quote by Scott Raymond Adams on jokes, laughter, and energy

The amount of energy spent laughing at a joke should be directly proportional to the hierarchical status of the joke teller.

Scott Raymond Adams (1957 -)

Source: Dogbert, in Building a Better Life by Stealing Office Supplies: Dogbert's Big Book of Business, 1991

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A Quote by Scott Raymond Adams on computers, facts, future, and time

Methods for predicting the future: 1) read horoscopes, tea leaves, tarot cards, or crystal balls . . . collectively known as "nutty methods;" 2) put well-researched facts into sophisticated computer . . . commonly referred to as "a complete waste of time."

Scott Raymond Adams (1957 -)

Source: The Dilbert Future.

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A Quote by Scott Raymond Adams

There's a fine line between participation and mockery.

Scott Raymond Adams (1957 -)

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A Quote by Scott Raymond Adams on danger

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There's nothing more dangerous than a resourceful idiot.

Scott Raymond Adams (1957 -)

Source: Dilbert.

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A Quote by Scott Raymond Adams on stupidity

You can never underestimate the stupidity of the general public.

Scott Raymond Adams (1957 -)

Source: The Dilbert Future.

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A Quote by Scott Raymond Adams on technology

Technology: No Place for Wimps!

Scott Raymond Adams (1957 -)

Source: Dilbert

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A Quote by Scott Raymond Adams on management and principles

Dilbert Principle: The most ineffective workers are systematically moved to the place where they can do the least damage: management.

Scott Raymond Adams (1957 -)

Source: Dilbert

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A Quote by Scott Raymond Adams on company, information, and problems

Be careful that what you write does not offend anybody or cause problems within the company. The safest approach is to remove all useful information.

Scott Raymond Adams (1957 -)

Source: Dogbert, in Building a Better Life by Stealing Office Supplies: Dogbert's Big Book of Business, 1991

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A Quote by Scott Raymond Adams on death, employees, relatives, and work

In Japan, employees occasionally work themselves to death. It's called Karoshi. I don't want that to happen to anybody in my department. The trick is to take a break as soon as you see a bright light and hear dead relatives beckon.

Scott Raymond Adams (1957 -)

Source: Dilbert's manager from The Dilbert Principle, 1996

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