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post #16 of 23
I love Dilbert! I have the calendar and it's quite fun reading a new strip everyday.
post #17 of 23

Dilbert is a comic?

I had always assumed that Scott Adams was following me around and chronicling my career.

I have noticed that, since I have gotten into supervision, the middle part of my head is caving in. No problem, no one will notice because I am safely hidden in my cubicle!


Now get back to work!
post #18 of 23
Perhaps it's important to note that while high-tech firms are often the most depressing with their cubicles, the best places to work happen to be high-tech companies as well. I've worked at a number of places -- one university, one low-tech company, one large international software firm, and (my current job) a small biochem company. My best job was at the huge company, and my current job comes in second.
post #19 of 23
It all depends on the culture at your workplace, and individual people, of course. Heck, even w/in companies, different offices will vary in regards to compentent managers and co-workers.
post #20 of 23
Favorite comics in order g-l: Bloom County (and outland), Calvin and Hobbes, The Boondocks (YEA!!), and Fox Trot

I'm missing some greats, like doonesbury and peanuts, but I never really gotten to reading those yet. Dilberts cool, I just don't think I relate to it all that much.

My favorite will probably end up being Boonedocks within a couple years. I love that cartoon.
post #21 of 23
Boondocks is great, it's not a cartoon for kids by any means, and some of them are a little off-color too which is a big change from your normal sunday morning comics.
post #22 of 23
I AM MORDAC! PREVENTER OF INFORMATION SERVICES!

Well, some though of me as Mordac at my last job. Simply because we (the IT department) wouldn't let them install their own programs(but we were nice and let them create a 20gb MP3 jukebox on the network ). So someone re-did a Dilbert VS. Mordac cartoon and put my name on it. I loved it! Enlarged it and framed it and made myself a "Preventer of Information Services badge and wore it for a few days. Still keep it and the "Dogbert: Network Administrator" series on the wall. So far I have read two of Adams books and its scary how much they hit the mark.

Well I got to get back to downgra...uh..I mean UPgrading peoples PCs


The Computer Geek also known as.....
post #23 of 23
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boondocks is kewl - it's a mini-sociopolitical analysis and cartoon IN ONE!
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