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"Aren't you afraid that Google will try to squash you for inventing a better search engine?" "Their company motto is 'Don't Be Evil.' It's not as if they have a death ray or something." Google Headquarters "Now look in the big hole, Eric."

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Google Headquarters "Isn't it a little bit evil to kill Dilbert with our death ray?" "Good point...What if I just blast the space station out of orbit and make it land on his house?" "I'll bet you ten billion dollars you can't." "And the lower has to introduce himself as 'the dumb one.'"

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My space defense shield detects an incoming threat. I am launching intercept rockets. "Apparently the boys at Google used a death ray to blast the international space station out of orbit and toward our house." "Why do you have a space defense shield?" "Doesn't that seem like a stupid question now?"

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Catbert: Evil Director of Human Resources "The new company health plan is Google." "From now on, employees must use Google to diagnose their own illnesses." "For example, this guy has a growth on his neck." "I do?" "A quick search on my Blackberry tells me it's..." "What is it?!!" "Ooh. Wow." "A pregnant termite crawled into your mouth and built a hive in your esophagus." "GAAA!!!" "Stop being a baby. The treatment for that is..." "Do you have an arc welder and a barrel of kerosene?"

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Tags #meeting, #soul, #lost, #google search, #ritual sacrifice, #no pupils

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Asok Lost His Soul Asok says, "We can improve our Google search ranking with key words, inbound links and?" Asok says, "?Ritual sacrifice of a?" Asok says, "I think it's down to you or me." Coworker says, "What are you implying?"

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Tags #meeting, #question, #smartphone, #internet browser, #slow, #old, #wrinkly, #dead, #google

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The Boss says, "I can research that question with my phone's browser." MUCH TIME PASSES The Boss says, "I found the Google!"

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Tags #newspapers, #wages, #managers & supervisors

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Alice says, "I just saw in the news that Google gave an engineer millions of dollars. I'm underpaid!" The Boss says, "I'll speak to our director of human resources and see how I can fix this situation." Alice says, "Really?" The Boss says, "How can we stop news?"

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Tags #computers & peripherals, #internet & world wide web

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Dilbert: Google found out that we used fake links to boost our search rank. Now our website only shows up when someone enters the search string "dung for brains." Boss: They won't get away with this! Computer: Shut your pie hole.

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Tags #commerce, #optimism, #patents

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Lawyer: Our newest product infringes patents from Google, Apple, Microsoft, and Oracle. They've joined forces and hired NASA to nudge an asteroid toward our headquarters. Boss: I think we can win this. Lawyer: I wonder what the average life span of an optimist is.

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Tags #inventions, #big business

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Man: At Google, we're encouraged to spend 20% of our time developing our own ideas. Dilbert: How many hours per week do you work? Man: About sixty. Wally: It sounds better when you don't do the math.