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Dec 9, 2012
@riprake,

Sounds like Christmas with my wifes family:

Merry Christmas! Here's your $50 gift certificate!

Thank you so much! Now here is your $50 gift certificate! Merry Christmas to you!

Of course, the gift certificate I recieved was to someplace lame and no where near where I live.

Happy Holidays!
 
 
Dec 9, 2012
This species needs only one rule/commandment, and unlike so many others, it's actually within our grasp:

Thou shalt not inconvenience.
 
 
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Dec 9, 2012
Today's comic and most of the comments are actually quite a statement on today's society. 'The boss losing this one' means utlimately everyone loses. Seriously, how can you 'over apply' being a decent human being? Seriously, those of you that commented this way, you seriously believe being manipulative, condescending and a deuche like Dilbert today is acceptable behavior because it's the office? Hope I never work where you do; I feel sorry for the decent people that have to work with you (if there are any).
 
 
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Dec 9, 2012
PHB Should have said "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you AS LONG asit doesn't involve management".
 
 
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Dec 9, 2012
Definitely had an LOL moment at this one. Until very recently I worked for a company with one of the corporate values being "Treat people like family", intending this to mean "be honest and supportive". I always used to joke that I knew some seriously dysfunctional families. Little did I know that my boss (not pointed haired) and I would be cleared out to make way for a personal friend of the boss's boss.

Got to be careful with these sayings and corporate values.

On the "do unto others" saying, the point JC was making would be better termed a rule of thumb. You can always twist sayings and find daft exceptions, but generally, it's a pretty good rule of thumb IMHO.
 
 
 
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