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Mar 31, 2013
I don't know who is more messed up here, Dilbert or the webmaster. I've had much of this nonsense, in web design and in many other areas. Successful change, all glory to the boss. Failure, all blame goes to you. Dilbert hasn't learned that to be a success in Corpmerica thou shalt not take risks. The webmaster hasn't learned that the best response to any change is "Gosh, why didn't I think of that?" My old boss specialized in vague directives: "Make it sleek and high-tech! Make it flow." Her go-to decision was to NOT make a decision. I'm thankful I'm out of it.
 
 
Mar 31, 2013
I had so many conversations like this when I was teaching ESL overseas.

"What did you eat for breakfast?"
"7:00."
"WHAT... did you EAT... for breakfast?"
"My mother."
(under breath) "Ffffff... "

I looked forward to coming home so I could have normal conversations at work again.

Quite often I'm still waiting.
 
 
Mar 31, 2013
I had so many conversations like this when I was teaching ESL overseas.

"What did you eat for breakfast?"
"7:00."
"WHAT... did you EAT... for breakfast?"
"My mother."
(under breath) "Ffffff... "

I looked forward to coming home so I could have normal conversations at work again.

Quite often I'm still waiting.
 
 
Mar 31, 2013
I worked for the feds, and if anyone wanted to change ANYTHING on design it would almost take an act of congress. And I'm only exaggerating a little.
 
 
Mar 31, 2013
ive never worked with someone like this, but i know exactly how he feels
 
 
 
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