There’s no such thing as a know-it-all.

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14 Responses to There’s no such thing as a know-it-all.

  1. Benjamin Ady says:

    Absolutely perfect. Thank you Jessica!

  2. tushar says:

    excellent!

    i should start telling people that – “dude, remember your dot.”

  3. James says:

    The best one i’ve seen you make. Excellent!

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  6. I ask LOTS of questions!

  7. André says:

    reminds me of the “Total Perspective Vortex” … :)

  8. Martin says:

    Truth on a small card, excellent!

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  13. This cracked me up. I’m might print this out to keep in the car when we are driving around lost and the men won’t ask for directions.

  14. Hilary Westwood says:

    Genius! It would make the ladies of the Desk Set twirl with glee!

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