Clues for the Clueless

Clues for the Clueless By Scott Adams, Clues for the Clueless A sequel to Build A Better Life By Stealing Office Supplies this book has original cartoons featuring Dogbert the domineering pet of Dilbert the nerdy engineer It is alternatively titled Sleeves
  • Title: Clues for the Clueless
  • Author: Scott Adams
  • ISBN: 9781857880311
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Paperback
  • Clues for the Clueless By Scott Adams, A sequel to Build A Better Life By Stealing Office Supplies , this book has original cartoons featuring Dogbert, the domineering pet of Dilbert, the nerdy engineer It is alternatively titled, Sleeves Make Elegant Napkins and They Always Match Your Outfit.
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    About "Scott Adams"

    1. Scott Adams

      Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name See this thread for information.Adams was born in Windham, New York in 1957 and received his Bachelor s degree in Economics from Hartwick College in 1979.He also studied economics and management for his 1986 MBA from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.In recent years, Adams has been hurt with a series of debilitating health problems Since late 2004, he has suffered from a reemergence of his focal dystonia which has affected his drawing 1 He can fool his brain by drawing using a graphics tablet On December 12, 2005, Adams announced on his blog that he also suffers from spasmodic dysphonia, a condition that causes the vocal cords to behave in an abnormal manner However, on October 24, 2006, he again blogged stating that he had recovered from this condition, although he is unsure if the recovery is permanent He claims to have developed a method to work around the disorder and has been able to speak normally since Also, on January 21, 2007, he posted a blog entry detailing his experiences with treatment by Dr Morton Cooper.Adams is also a trained hypnotist, as well as a vegetarian Mentioned in, Dilbert A Treasury of Sunday Strips 00.He married Shelly Miles on July 22, 2006.

    619 thoughts on “Clues for the Clueless”

    1. Most do not like to admit this about themselves but generally speaking, people are clueless to their actions in social situations and how annoying or rude they can be It is always the small stuff that can be obnoxious, such as knowing when conversations about Math Coprocessor Sockets are becoming boring or bragging about their kids who ve yet to accomplish anything meaningful in their short lifespan These awkward situations are not limited to odd conversations, but also to weird bodily interacti [...]

    2. This is one heck of a funny book I finished the whole thing in one sitting and I do declare my sides still hurt from all the giggling.The following book contains several awkward situations that I personally had to face and did not have any idea what to do or how the handle them Thanks to this book I am now armed with new knowledge that could save my already deteriorated social life I hope Scott Adams will write a part 2 for this timely and practical book of etiquette Soon I hopeUntil then Thank [...]

    3. This is a reallyuneven collection Some of it s genuinely funny some of it s amusing or clever some of it s a little boring but inoffensive There are also a whole bunch of gross, misogynistic jokes, and there seem to be the further you get through the book Somewhere in the middle there s one that specifically makes fun of thoughtless men who take up too much space, so there s some mood whiplash too I d heard things before about Scott Adams saying sexist stuff but hadn t seen any evidence of it i [...]

    4. I love this book I have to say that up front However, I can t recommend anybody follow the advice given here This book has it s rude parts, and parts I don t understand nor do I have the desire to do so , but there are some really funny parts in there Like the part with elevator etiquette impolite, but funny And the part that goes over being rude If your lips are extended beyond your nose, you are about to be rude Now imagine a book full of advice just like that except most of it s not useful, j [...]

    5. There were quite a few years where I was a huge Dilbert fan I haven t read any Dilbert in quite some time, but I have a lot of Dilbert books, and I m curious how well it will hold up, especially as I ve recently revisited some incredibly good comic strips Calvin Hobbes, Cul de Sac and Bloom County I can say that this didn t hold up well It s original work, not reprinted newspaper strips, but aside from a few chuckles, its quite forgettable Apparently I thought so at the time as well, since I onl [...]

    6. Fans of Dilbert with love Dogbert s take on etiquette The introduction explains that etiquette was developed by some cavemen as an elaborate joke on their children that went horribly mammothly wrong.

    7. We all might have started out like Calvin with a great view of life But after hitting the workforce we all somewhat become Dilbert Everyone knows someone like one of the characters in the strips Highly recommended

    8. Now this book is precisely why sometimes just having all the comics available on a website won t cut it These aren t comics from the strip, this was a book that Adams wrote And it s full of non office funiness the kind I like best from Adams.

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