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Success is a Relative Thing

There is no such thing as absolute success. Success only has meaning in relation to other things. For example, my book, God’s Debris, is ranked #8 on a recent Amazon.com best seller list in the Religious Studies – Psychology category. That doesn’t seem like much of a success until you notice who placed 9th. It’s all relative.

Suck it, number nine! 

(And by that I mean not literally a “sucking” force but more of an illusion caused by your dead lips bending space-time.)

I’m a terrible winner.

[If your firewall blocks the image, you can peep it on @ScottAdamsSays on Twitter.]

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[Update: God’s Debris climbed to #3 after I posted this, but I was happier at #8 because it was funnier.]

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