Tuesday, July 12, 2016

marketing, introduction to: MKTG 001

You should read this blog because its overseer Chet Redweld just took, for fun, a vocabulary test and scored in the top 0.01%, which result earned this descriptor:

Your English vocabulary size is 30500

★★★ Top 0.01%

You are Shakespeare! You can even create new words that will expand the English dictionary.

I'll be the first to say I don't ever mistake Chet for Willie Spear-Shaker, but he does have a slightly better than Much Better than Average handle on the English language and its use to superior effect and advantage -- especially in rhetoric, debate, litigation and persuasion.

But don't take my word for it.  Ask Hal, ask the plaintiffs in the GRH lawsuit, ask the lawyers of the Butz, Cox & Dynia law firm that represented the GRH plaintiffs.  Ask anyone who ever has hired or consulted Chet.

You'll see.  You'll learn. 

Will it be soon enough?


-- Charles F. Oxtrot, unofficial biographer of Chet Redweld.

1 comment:

Harold Caidagh said...

I bet that vocab test is like those built-by-libertarians "political alignment" tests that pose questions which, by virtue of the lousiness of other alternative answers, force you into choosing (thinly veiled) libertarian options and then tell you SURPRISE! YOU ACTUALLY ARE A LIBERTARIAN!

No, I'm kidding. About Chet's vocabulary & command of English, that is.

Not at all kidding about the political alignment tests written by libertarians, though. Those things are like Gallup Polls or other polls, the answers desired are pre-ordained through the ways in which questions and possible answers are written.

Numbskulls who ride the pony of Confirmation Bias can't imagine that such polls are scams-via-statistics, unless of course the poll result confirms the existing bias -- and then it's just telling us how things are.

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Be the flea.