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26 September 2012


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ex-PFC Chuck

Scott Adams' "Dilbert" is a national treasure. If there is a copyright issue you could link to that strip in the archives to be found at the author's website: http://www.dilbert.com/

Martin Oline

I always liked "Never Eat Anything Bigger Than Your Head" by Kliban.

But then I'm not well....

Charles Dekle


Back when I was a cubicle dwelling working engineer we noticed Scott Adams early on in his career and begin pinning his Dilbert cartoons on the walls to raise spirits and subvert our pointy haired boss who had a great deal in common with Dilbert's. However, his hair popped up like the lid of a trash can you step on the foot peddle if he went out in a strong wind. You can't make this stuff up.

As a matter-of-fact Scott Adams claims that he gets most of his material from people in the tech industry who send him anecdotes every day. As I broadened my career horizon, I discovered that it was not just the tech industry. He would have a field day in the Pentagon.

Here is the link to the Dilbert web site. The cartoon that you posted was the one for Sep 24. I also like the ones for Sep 25 and Sep 27.



Apparently the seet smeling perfumed odor of the money changers only offends St. Peter.

Maureen Lang

The author of the piece in which Ryan refers to his running mate as "Stench" is pleading with the Politico readership that it was all meant as satire, every word of it.

Hard to un-ring that bell, though.

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