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Adams has also received the National Cartoonist Society Reuben Award and Newspaper Comic Strip Award in 1997 for his work on the strip.
In 1997, Scott Adams masqueraded as a management consultant to Logitech executives ( as Ray Mebert ), with the cooperation of the company ’ s vice-chairman.
# Seven Years of Highly Defective People — 1997 ; strips from 1989 to 1995, with handwritten notes by Scott Adams
# It's Not Funny If I Have To Explain It — 2004 ; strips from 1997 to 2004, with more of Adams ' handwritten notes
He was also portrayed by Anthony Hopkins in the 1997 film Amistad, and again by Ebon Moss-Bachrach in the 2008 HBO television miniseries John Adams ; the HBO series received criticism for needless historical and temporal distortions in its portrayal.
* 1997: Scott Adams, Dilbert
In 1997, at the invitation of Logitech CEO Pierluigi Zappacosta, Adams, wearing a wig and false mustache, successfully impersonated a management consultant and tricked Logitech managers into adopting a mission statement that Adams described as " so impossibly complicated that it has no real content whatsoever.
Adams has received recognition for his work, including the National Cartoonist Society Reuben Award and Newspaper Comic Strip Award for 1997 for his work on Dilbert.
Since this new stadium was not ready until the 1999 season, Adams decided to move his team to Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium in Memphis, Tennessee in 1997 after playing before small Houston crowds in 1996.
A UK national tour started in 1997 and starred David Habbin as Tony, Katie Knight Adams as Maria and Anna-Jane Casey as Anita.
* Douglas Adams's Starship Titanic ( 1997 ), ISBN 0-330-35446-9 – a novel based on the computer game of the same name by Douglas Adams.
Adams rewarded his manager's understanding handsomely, captaining the club to two Premiership and FA Cup Doubles, in 1997 – 98 and 2001 – 02 ; he is the only player in English football history to have captained a title-winning team in three different decades.
In 1997 he returned to Broadway, playing John Adams in the Roundabout Theatre Company revival of the musical 1776.
The book includes a response to Norman Solomon, who attempted to depict Scott Adams as a proponent of downsizing in his 1997 book, The Trouble with Dilbert.
The Dilbert Future ( 1997 ) is a book published by Scott Adams as a satire of humanity that breaks the net motivations of humanity down into stupidity, selfishness, and " horniness ", and presents various ideas for profiting from human nature.
* Scott Adams, The Dilbert Future, Published by HarperCollins June 1, 1997, ISBN 0-7522-1161-7
* On September 26, 1997, Bryan Adams performed on Unplugged at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City and released an album.
Originally published as a fund-raising tool on the 1997 Comic Relief website, it took up permanent residence on Adams ' own website the following year.
* Carroll Lane Fenton and Mildred Adams Fenton ( 1958 ); updated by Patricia Vickers Rich and Thomas Hewitt Rich ( 1997 ).
Adams and Elm River Townships had been part of the library district until 1997 when they voted to sever their relationship with it.
Founded in 1997 as Albany Anthrocon ( AAC ) in New York State, with a membership of about 500, the convention moved to Valley Forge, Pennsylvania in 1999 and 2000 ; then to a larger hotel, the Adams Mark, on the outskirts of Philadelphia in 2001.
* Cambodia: July 1997: Shock and Aftermath by Brad Adams
Adams was awarded the Peace Abbey Courage of Conscience Award on January 29, 1997.

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All critics of Adams and his methods have observed this particular deficiency.
To Adams that age in which religion exercised power over the entire culture of the race was one of imagination, and it is largely the admiration he so obviously held for such eras that betrays a peculiar religiosity -- a sentiment he would have probably denied.
Adams originally paid for his tickets ( one for himself, and one for his drum ), but recently the Indians have paid for his seats in honor of the contributions he has made to the ballpark atmosphere.
Although Adams was finally found innocent after years of being processed by the legal system, the judge in the habeas corpus hearing officially stated that, " much could be said about those videotape interviews, but nothing that would have any bearing on the matter before this court.
Such terms as the " Guyanese bench " in the immigration area of the Barbados Sir Grantley Adams International Airport have tested both states at times.
The bases of the relationship between watercourse and settlement have been summarized by Robert McCormick Adams, director of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.
Adams remains the only president to have a First Lady born outside of the United States.
However, thanks to the successes of Adams ' diplomacy during his previous eight years as secretary of state, most of the foreign policy issues he would have faced had been resolved by the time he became president.
Adams rose again to argue that the right to petition was a universal right granted by God so that those in the weakest positions might always have recourse to those in the most powerful.
Adams was the first president to have his photograph taken.
Historians have often included Adams among the leading conservatives of his day.
The historian Clinton Rossiter regarded Madison's performance as " a combination of learning, experience, purpose, and imagination that not even Adams or Jefferson could have equaled.
Adams was the first composer to have earned the latter award three times, having previously won the award for El Dorado ( 1998 ) and Nixon in China ( 1989 ).
The terms have expanded to encompass a movement in music which features repetition and iteration, as in the compositions of La Monte Young, Terry Riley, Steve Reich, Philip Glass, and John Adams.
" Adams wrote of Cicero that " as all the ages of the world have not produced a greater statesman and philosopher united in the same character, his authority should have great weight.
What was critical to American values, John Adams insisted, was that the government should be " bound by fixed laws, which the people have a voice in making, and a right to defend.
Anthropomorphized rabbits have appeared in a host of works of film, literature, and technology, notably the White Rabbit and the March Hare in Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland ; in the popular novels Watership Down, by Richard Adams ( which has also been made into a movie ) and Rabbit Hill by Robert Lawson, as well as in Beatrix Potter's Peter Rabbit stories.
Adams argued that as in virtually all other posts to his blog, he had made extensive use of satire and sarcasm but that it seemed to have been lost on some readers.
In 1833, when Congress rejected Michigan's request for a convention, Adams summed up his opinion on the dispute: " Never in the course of my life have I known a controversy of which all the right was so clearly on one side and all the power so overwhelmingly on the other.
The presidential authority to commission officers would have a large impact on the 1803 case Marbury v. Madison, where outgoing Federalist President John Adams feverishly signed many commissions to the judiciary on his final day in office, hoping to, as incoming Democratic-Republican President Thomas Jefferson put it, " into the judiciary as a stronghold.
" However, in his haste, Adams ' Secretary of State neglected to have all the commissions delivered.
Adams argues that Jack will only have skipped the less interesting bits of the cathedral if “ he had been less interested in seeing everything in the cathedral than in maximizing utility.
Adams regarded his May 15 preamble effectively as an American declaration of independence, although a formal declaration would still have to be made.

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