Lighten Up: Underestimated

Lighten Up: Underestimated

Frank Viola is at it again. He seems pretty confident that when he and I debate the Open Future this fall that he’ll smear me. That’s his prediction, anyway.

The think is, I’ve been underestimated before. It happens all the time. People think I’m this goof who doesn’t know what he’s talking about. That’s OK though. I like being underestimated. It makes it that much more satisfying when they scream “run away” after the slaughter. You’ll see what I mean in the above video of my last debate.

Oh, and just for clarification, this is a metaphor. No knights were harmed in the making of this video clip.

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