Hahaha this is awesome! ^_^ I myself am kind of a proponent of real work and life balance for people, so this just makes my day. If anybody happens to be looking for a good resource about work and life balance, my favorite business author is writing a new book called the Zig Zag Principle. It should have some good info about <a href="http://zigzagprinciple.com/work-and-life-balance/">work and life balance</a>. But anyway, Dilbert rocks this world! =D
There is a ceiling on the amount of income tax revenue that can be extracted from the populace, regardless of the tax rate (in the U.S., it's about 19%). Tax rates higher than the ceiling just cause people to do things to avoid paying the difference. I suspect a similar phenomenon exists with regard to productivity, particularly in the wireless age. There are plenty of ways to conduct non-work related business while at work, without using the company computer or phone.