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billwtx22
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re: Is this the best Dilbert cartoon ever?
billwtx22   4/7/2011 2:37:45 PM
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Because I do a lot of board design, my favorite one is from 9/8/2007.

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Ralph E_#1   4/7/2011 2:31:47 PM
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Hello Max, I do have quite a few comic collections in books, but I guess I'm mostly a Dilbert fan. Since I have his daily calendar on my desk, and subscribe to his daily comic via e-mail. And yes, Mr. Adams certaily deserves a major award for keeping lots of us sane all these years. You just have to laugh sometimes.

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David Ashton   4/1/2011 11:40:36 PM
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What I love about Dilbert is the way it so closely parallels the way my employer works. And probably the way that most employers work. At least once every couple of months you can find one that you can pin on your noticeboard with the caption "Isn't this just SOOO (Insert name of your employer here)??

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old account Frank Eory   4/1/2011 11:19:10 PM
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One of my favorite Dilbert's was back in the dot-com era, when Dilbert's colleague Wally grew a pony tail and started an internet company, and convinced some VC to give him a huge pile of money. Dilbert asked Wally, "What do you plan to create in your new company, besides some accounting irregularities?" Wally replied, "That's all I have time for."

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Brian Fuller2   4/1/2011 9:48:23 PM
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My favorite Dilbert is the one where the pointy-haired is talking to Dilbert about some self-perceived management brilliance that's clearly lunacy. He says to Dilbert, "Do you think I should write a book?" To which Dilbert replies, "You should trying reading one first." Adams deserves the National Medal of Freedom some day.

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_hm   4/1/2011 8:37:01 PM
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I love cartoons too. I like to start my day by first reading cartoons - Peanuts and Dilbert in specific. Back in India, we use to read R K Laxman in Time of India, India's Best Carttoninst.

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seaEE   4/1/2011 8:20:06 PM
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Some of my favorite Dilberts include the character Zimbu the monkey. Take a look at the few pages of cartoons here: http://search.dilbert.com/search?p=Q&srid=S3%2d6&lbc=dilbert&ts=custom&w=zimbu&uid=845178225&method=and&isort=date&view=list&filter=type%3acomic&srt=12

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Max The Magnificent   4/1/2011 6:18:22 PM
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And I love the Far Side, and B.C., and ...



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