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Jan 30, 2014
You mean we dont get to find out how this company screws over the terrorists from the last two strips? Some of us had some good ideas on the matter but Im sure the canonical version would have been a laugh.
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Jan 30, 2014

I hear you, Ima still try it tho - maybe it will save a few fight or two, or at least prolong it to the future (any work or punishment in the future is a win in my book)
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Jan 30, 2014
There are two answers to the question, what is the shortest distance between two points? The more traditional answer of 'a straight line' and the less common 'the path of least resistance.' I think Dilbert used that second option rather deftly to evade, avoid, and quickly terminate a conversation that was going nowhere. Well played, Dilbert! Of course, I always appreciate skillful use of sarcasm, too.
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Jan 30, 2014
It's a pity that doesn't work with my wife. I tried that a lot, be she still thinks I need to be "fixed".
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Jan 30, 2014

Reminds me of the absolute lazy {redacted} in one office. The boss liked them, so they could do no wrong. Trouble is, they didn't do anything. We were forced in to doing their work.

When we all complained, we were told we were picking on this individual. They didn't want to see that the common factor was this idiot was bone idle.

I say idiot, but then they were on a higher wage than the rest of us, with the same job title, and did sweet FA all day long.
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