Here’s what last Sunday’s ‘Dilbert’ should have said

Here is what the last Sunday’s “Dilbert” comic strip by Scott Adams should have been:

Panel one: This is Scott Adams

Panel two: Scott likes to spew ugly stupid racism and he’s very good at it.

Panel three: When you disagree with Scott, he will insist that the only reason you disagree is that you are afraid of his theories which are not at all wild, silly, nutty or dangerous.

Panel four: If you get vaccinated, Scott will say that you should have ingested bleach.

Panel five: If you don’t get vaccinated, Scott will say, “Welcome to my fantasy world. where covid is still a hoax and my hero, Trump, never bragged that he was the reason we got a vaccine so quickly.”

Panel six: Scott believes your thinking process does not extend beyond your fears of Scott’s thinking process.

Panel seven: That is because Scott is a moron who projects his one-dimensional world view on others.

Panel eight: Scott says you will have to admit he is very proud to be an uglier, more stupid racist than you thought was possible.

Candace Jarrett

Snohomish

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