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Feb 4, 2009
Sorry I haven't been with online Dilbert that long (previously only on newspaper strips, i often missed some).
But why is everyone other than PHB also have pointy hair?
Jan 7, 2009
Unfortunately, I have low expectations of the company hired to do the colouring (Scott doesn't do it himself). In my head the pool is red. Quite frankly, I wish the strips were still in black and white, except maybe the Sunday strips.
Jan 2, 2009
My only objection (if you want to call it that) is that they're all in a pit of blue substance in the last frame, and it needs to be a more "dangerous" color, like red or pea soup green. I just don't get a sense that the pointy-haired group are in any danger, other than the pitchfork that's entering the picture.
Jan 2, 2009
Nowadays, English generally expresses grammatical relationships between words through word order (subject - verb - object), not by inflections as say Latin does. This was not always the case and inflections which once were necessary aren't really any more. In this example, it is obvious what is meant. Since there is now little need for a distinction between "who" (subject) and "whom" (direct and indirect object), the language is gradually getting rid of them. This happens in spoken language before it happens in written language, and in US English before UK English.
Dec 30, 2008
I'm glad secretaries can spell. Maybe we should hire one to replace our "Senior Executive Administrative Assistant" who can't spell worth a damn.
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