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Jun 25, 2013
If Scott ever decides to end this strip, I hope that the PHB and all the evil characters get the come-uppances they so richly deserve. I was devastated that Schulz died without letting Charlie Brown kick the football.
Jun 25, 2013
I once heard a similar case on a construction work.

Bids earned points on time estimate and budget. In order to work with a larger budget, schedule was suicidal. My friend followed the specifications and failed with the shedule. The other work did, but, for example, painted over the plaster when it was not totally dry (so paint peeled afterwards).

My friend was criticized, but he said that the other work had problems. The manager (an engineer himself) answered curtly: "He met the schedule".

So it goes when people reach management....
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Jun 25, 2013
the peasants were revolting under him. One of which needed a large army to quash them.

Got to be careful how hard you squeeze.
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Jun 25, 2013
"Governing peasants is like squeezing sesame seed for oil. The more you squeeze, the more you get."
-- Haruhide Kan'o, 1687-1753, a Japanese governor famous for imposing the highest taxes in history
Jun 25, 2013
Sorry: Off topic here, but...
WTF is wrong with the RSS feed ? Why stop it ? Who said RSS wasn't useful any more (apart from Google who has its own BAD reasons wrapped in lies about popularity decrease).

I mostly read this on my phone while commuting and offline, so a link to the website is useless. More than useless, infuriating.

Please bring back the RSS feed as it was, or I'm off...
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