Switzerland’s Anti-PowerPoint Party

12. cash collateralThe best up-and-coming political force may be Switzerland’s Anti-PowerPoint Party. The intrepid Party is fighting the use of PowerPoint presentations in business, government, and education, arguing that use of PowerPoint costs their nation approximately 2.5 billion $USD yearly. (There is no methodology behind this number.)

Ultimately, the group is working to obtain 100,000 voter signatures, which would enable it to call for a national referendum to ban PowerPoint and other presentation software throughout Switzerland. Their website has a library of examples of terrible presentation slides:

The APPP sees itself as the advocate of approximately 250 Million people worldwide, who, every month, are obliged to be present during boring presentations in companies, universities, or at other institutions, and who had up to now no representation in politics.

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  • Anonymous

    I’m sure the Swiss Army supports this wholly. 

    I know the US Army has been invaded by power point armed butter bars.

  • Redacted

    I’m sure the Swiss Army supports this wholly. 

    I know the US Army has been invaded by power point armed butter bars.

    I love it. the first ‘horror slide’ is the “plan” for winning in Afghanistan.

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