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Nov 13, 2013
...didn't Alice say the same thing before?
Jul 8, 2013
This echoes Nietzsche's idea of what the response of the wronged overman should be.
When wronged, he should show the perpetrator how he has in fact helped him (made him stronger).
Dilbert is above freaking out or knuckling down. Good for him!
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Jan 14, 2013
Notice how the stripes on dilbert's tie change between red and black.
e-silk, I suppose!
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Jan 13, 2013
Nah, he naively thought Dilbert would appreciate "job security".
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Jan 12, 2013
What on earth was the PHB's "hoped" for reaction? Was he expecting Dilbert to commit suicide on the spot to save him the trouble of finding more staff to lay off?
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