To be fair, the Scarecrow’s whole character arc involved him learning to use the brains he already had…
She has no heart and he has no brain. In winter we shovel the terrible blizzard of Oz.
Before or after Dorothy’s trip?
No brain, but a college diploma with all the rights and privileges pertaining thereto.
This may actually be The Motley Fool
I’d be snide,
to my friends, I’d seem quite ghoulish,
if I only had a brain.
The meeting won’t be pretty. When it’s over, her advisor will exit half the man he was when he entered.
Excellent artwork, Scott; that really looks like Ray Bolger.
Sell GM, quickly
“What should I invest in?”
“Lucky Lady in the fourth to win!”
Better be a short meeting, he has to get back to the White House for a Cabinet meeting.
He runs the straw polls…
Through the film he showed he was smart even though he did not think so. (Dunning-Kruger Effect) You see it goes both ways. You think you know more than you really do. And those who think they know less than the really do.
Confucius that gives us all advice for avoiding, or at least mitigating, this cognitive bias: “Real knowledge is to know the extent of one’s ignorance.”
I read a lot and now I know less than I did when I was 6 years old. If I live long enough I may learn so much I know less than I do now. If I am lucky.
John Zakour and Scott Roberts