Episode 454 Scott Adams: Public Demonstration of False Memory, Charlottesville “Fine People” HOAX

Topics: 

  • Taking calls from people who believe the “fine people” hoax
  • Can they be deprogrammed in real time, during a call?

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Episode 449 Scott Adams: PART2 College Admissions Scandal, “Fine People” Hoax, Baby Killing Hoax, Insurance Policy Hoax

Topics: 

  • The defining characteristic of the right, “rules based people”
  • Transgender athletes: The question of “fairness”
  • Is Alyssa Milano fighting for right to murder babies after birth?
  • “Modern abortion techniques do NOT result in live birth”
    • Any baby born is a citizen…you can’t murder a citizen
  • Nick Searcy and others say you need to read between the lines
    • Law clearly says you can’t kill a live born baby
    • Nick and others say read between the lines, read their minds
    • Laws that allow the murder of born babies…are a hoax

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Episode 446 Scott Adams: Press Secretary Sanders Totally Botched the “Fine People” Hoax Question From CNN

Topics: 

  • Two whiteboards that make things clear…
    • The “Fine People” hoax (Charlottesville)
    • CNN is fake news

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Jussie Smollett’s Job Offers Have Dried Up After Alleged Hoax

Jussie Smollett’s career is just like an awesome script … complete with a major plot twist, then a climax and now the aftermath — and it ain’t pretty. Sources familiar with Jussie’s current situation tell TMZ … he was living a pretty good Hollywood…

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Jussie Smollett May Have Concocted Hoax After Attack on Lee Daniels’ Gay Cousin

Jussie Smollett might have gotten the idea to stage his own attack after Lee Daniels talked about his cousin getting assaulted because he’s gay … at least that’s what some members of the “Empire” cast think. Sources close to the…

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Episode 419 Scott Adams: (Part 2) How to Spot a Hoax, Distinguish Good News From Bad and See the Future

Topics: 

  • Applying current hoaxes to the above filter for hoaxes
    • A look at how recent possible hoaxes fit the filter, or not
  • My public statement that Charlottesville was a hoax, with reasons
    • Media IGNORES my claim, won’t report my claim
    • Media wants to perpetuate the hoax?  Why not report story?
  • Fun Whack-A-Mole debunking experiment you can try at home
    • Making a person FORGET a sentence written on a piece of paper
    • This is a repeatable experiment, simple sentence on paper
  • Intelligence does NOT immunize anyone from cognitive dissonance
    • Knowing it’s always POSSIBLE you’re wrong, helps
    • You aren’t as invested in always being correct
  • Highly intelligent people might have more cognitive dissonance
    • Your ego is a perception, you can reprogram it
    • Everything is an impression, a perception which can be changed

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Episode 340 Scott Adams: Our Useless Congress, Climate Hoax, Flynn Pardon, Wall Funding

Topics: 

  • The wall isn’t a political decision…it’s an engineering decision
    • Only engineers can determine an effective solution
    • Congress can’t act, cause both sides need to win
  • Will President Trump pardon General Flynn?
    • The only serious crime committed…was by our government
    • Morally, legally, politically, a pardon seems 100% certain
  • Why can’t we have a “poor person’s insurance plan”?
  • Climate alarmists vs. Climate Skeptics
    • Both are equally persuasive
    • How can non-scientists know who is correct?
    • We need both sides in the same room to work it out
    • A famous stock scam is eerily similar to climate science
    • EVERYBODY believes in climate change
  • Recent poll said 75% in favor of immigration
    • Isn’t it 100% favor, and just a question of rate and process?
  • The way that everyone is going after Trump is changing politics
    • Proposed new law for non-disclosure agreements (NDA)
    • Legal in all cases to pay someone to be quiet for a LEGAL act
    • Cohen issue could be taken off the table by congress
    • Fix this for President Trump and every future President
  • China is an extremely successful country, why?
    • Are more human rights always better?
  • People who are NOT climate skeptics…
    • …have NOT been exposed to the better skeptics side
    • Looking at BOTH sides, the skeptics side is more persuasive
    • The skeptics might be wrong, but they’re more persuasive
    • What happens to models that don’t support climate change?

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HBO Faces Huge Defamation Trial Over “Hoax” Child Labor Report


CEO Richard Plepler could be forced to testify in a massive case brought by a soccer ball manufacturer over a “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel” story that allegedly featured “staged” scenes and “doctored” interviews.

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How an Elaborate (Ok, Not Really) Hoax Brought Sanity to our Blended Family Holidays

Christmas with a blended family of six kids was pretty chaotic. First, the kids got gifts from a vast empire of grandparents and step-grandparents, and our ex-spouses had their own holiday bashes to boot. Trying to gift shop on a careful budget was tough, but it was even harder when the kids would send the same wish list to two sets of parents and then ultimately reap the benefit of a flurry of emails back and forth over who was getting what for which kid. For the record, I never did buy a pony, a car, “freedom,” a secret Bat Cave, a muzzle for our youngest son, “a fire extinguisher and a large coil of rope,” an Xbox One, any size television for any kid, or “new stepbrothers.” I honestly just wanted them all to have food, pants, and manners.

Second, having six kids in three different schools meant a slew of holiday performances right before winter break. I lost track of how many Santa hats we ended up with, and it never failed that one of the boys would suddenly need black pants on the day of the performance (apparently black capris were not all the rage). Coordinating our holiday schedule between school events, Christmas parties, Christmas dinners, church services, and visitation schedules required military-grade schematics.

Finally, blending holiday traditions from two distinct family units into one giant blended Christmas celebration was Armageddon. My kids were used to a Christmas Star tree topper. His kids were used to a Santa figure. My kids always had sparkling cider while we decorated the tree. His kids had enjoyed eggnog instead. My trees always had garland and clear lights. His had always boasted colorful twinkle lights and more Star Wars ornaments than the tree branches could reasonably handle.

With eight people living under one roof and trying to maximize every square inch of space, hiding presents was pretty impossible. We quickly decided that it would be easier to just wrap presents as we purchased them and put them under the tree in the weeks leading up to Christmas. On our first Christmas together, we learned that the kids were expert snoopers and could unwrap and rewrap gifts with remarkable dexterity. For Christmas #2, we double-wrapped every single gift so that opening the corners would only reveal a solid sheet of wrapping paper underneath. When I realized that our efforts were keeping Costco’s holiday section in business, taking a ridiculous amount of time, and creating an immense amount of paper waste, we decided to get more creative. Then came the brilliant idea of Christmas tree surveillance. When the kids were at school one day, we opened up a ceiling vent and slid an old computer microphone inside. It looked just like a tiny black camera poking out. Then my husband stood on a ladder and took some “bird’s eye” photos of the tree and the precious boxes beneath it. Some quick editing turned the photos black and white and made them appear to curve inward as if taken through a surveillance lens. Then I typed up an invoice from a Christmas tree monitoring firm. I paid a “continuous monitoring fee” of $ 275 and an “expert onsite positioning charge” of $ 25. We then “accidentally” left the invoice and photos on the kitchen island.

When the kids got home from school, the oldest quickly noticed some curious documents while he ate his snack. He stealthily began informing the others as they arrived, and soon the kids were nonchalantly circling the tree while stealing quick glances up to the ceiling. They spotted it. They had us figured out! The next weekend, we came home from an afternoon out alone, and all of the kids were grinning suspiciously. They finally confessed that they knew we had paid people to monitor them. While we had been out, the kids had staged an “epic” play for the cameramen to keep them entertained. It involved lightsabers, choreography, and IMAX-quality battle scenes. Finally, all six stepsiblings had unified to complete an amazing project. For an old computer microphone that could not see them.

We continued with “Christmas tree surveillance” for years. Christmases got easier over time. We learned to stop, even subconsciously, competing with our ex-spouses. We learned that it was ok to turn down invitations and just pile up on the couch to watch Christmas movies with our Star Wars-Victorian tree shimmering in the background. We learned that Christmas really could be joyful and bright despite the hustle and bustle. Finally, we learned that sometimes the key to surviving a houseful of kids with holiday-induced brattiness is just to laugh it off and come up with something we could tell them about when they’re dealing with their own someday.

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