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What a Creep

Season 3, Episode 4 (Replay)

Scott Adams “Dilbert” Creator

“Dilbert” is a comic strip about office drone Dilbert and his dog Dogbert. It’s about office culture, micromanaging bosses, and annoying coworkers, and it’s syndicated in more than 2,000 newspapers and is being read in 57 countries and 19 languages. Scott Adams created it. You’d think that the creator of Dilbert would be on the side of workers. Unfortunately, Scott Adams is just another rich jerk who doesn’t want to pay his fair share in taxes. Oh, he’s also a big believer in the men’s rights movement.

Scott “Dilbert” Adams: Still a Racist Creep! (Replay of 2021 Season 3 ep) – What a Creep

What a Creep (Replay) Season 3, Episode 4 Scott Adams “Dilbert” Creator This is a replay of an episode that ran in 2021. This guy is still a Creep all these years later! Scott Adams:

Recent Creepiness:

‘Dilbert’ Creator Scott Adams Dropped From Book Publisher And Distributor Over Racist Commentary

Scott Adams, creator of the comic series “Dilbert,” has been dropped by his book publisher and distributor following a disturbing rant about Black people on YouTube. RELATED STORIES: Halle Bailey Says She’s Not Shocked By Racist Backlash Over “Little Mermaid” Casting: “As A Black Person, You Just Expect It” Andrews McMeel Universal confirmed in a statement …

I apologize to ‘Dilbert’ comic creator Scott Adams for forcing him to be racist

As a member of “the media,” I would like to formally apologize for forcing “Dilbert” creator Scott Adams to be racist. As you may have heard, the cartoonist took to his YouTube channel last week and said: “Based on the current way things are going, the best advice I would give to white people is to get the hell away from Black people.”

‘Dilbert’ distributor and book publisher drop creator Scott Adams over his racist remarks | CNN Business

Andrews McMeel Universal, the company that syndicates “Dilbert,” said it is cutting ties with the comic strip’s creator, Scott Adams, after his racist remarks about Black Americans led hundreds of newspapers across the country to drop the satirical cartoon.

Analysis | Scott Adams and the right-wing insistence on White victimhood

For months it has seemed inevitable that the “Dilbert” comic strip’s run as a popular American newspaper cartoon would end precisely as it did: a victim of controversy triggered by its creator, Scott Adams. In retrospect, even the specific catalyst seems as if it could have been predicted.

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