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Feb 12, 2009
RE: Kevin. Post #1
Yeah, my current job! Lol, why do you think I am called an intern?
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Feb 12, 2009
It makes perfect sense. I can't understand why you would care about perfect grammar in a comic strip, especially since it's supposed to imitate spoken language.

Oh, and cats qualify as "furniture" even if they're alive, by the way.
Feb 12, 2009
If the incorrect grammar were part of the joke that would be one thing - but it's not, it's just incorrect grammar. The statement makes no sense if you say "in" rather then "into".
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Feb 12, 2009
Yeah, *nuts* to correct grammer in comic strips. What about the artwork if you are nitpicking? Dilbert doesn't even have a freakin mouth.
Feb 12, 2009
As one blogger put it a while back, there are really two states of a cat: "alive" and "furniture." He postulated that Schrodinger's Cat was in the "furniture" state. About as useful as a dead horse, except for the Godfather references.
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