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Share April 16, 1999's comic on:
Dilmom is on the phone in front of her computer. She says, "Hello. May I speak to the moron who designed my computer?" Dilbert's mom says, "My computer locks up five times a day. I'm going to drive over to your house and kick your white, pimply..." Dilbert says, "Hi, Mom." Dilmom says, into the phone, "Oh I'll FIND it!"
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Dilbert and Dilmom are in the kitchen. Dilmom cuts carrots. Dilbert says, "I'm working on a project that is too under-funded to succeed." Dilbert says, "Every day is a slow but inevitable slide toward failure and humilation." Dilbert says, "At least I'll always have my mom's unconditional love." Dilmom says, "Are you going to hold me to that?"
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Dilbert puts his hands on a wall in Dilmom's living room. Dilbert says, "Your wall is warm, mom." Dilmom says, "Is that bad?" Dilbert says, "There's no way to be sure unless you remove the sheetrock and look." Dilmom says, "Please stop finding defects in my house." Dilbert says, "I smell proprane."
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Dilmom pushed Dilbert out of her house. Dilmom says, "Thanks for dropping in. Too bad you have to leave so soon." Dilbert stands on Dilmom's front steps and says, "Your sidewalk is cracking. You need to build a drainage trench, with sump pumps." Dilmom looks towards the sky. Dilbert is in his living room and says, to Dogbert, "When I told her she was living in a powder keg she mad a weird yelping sound."
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Dilbert is sitting at his computer when the phone rings. Dilbert's mom is on the other end. She is sitting in a chair with an open laptop with Dilbert's face on the screen. She says, "I've been watching you through your web cam and I don't think you're working hard enough." (With the emphasis on "much"...) She says, "Well, there wasn't much of a fire wall. I'm using your mail server to spam my mahjongg club."
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Dilbert is with his Mom. She is drinking tea. She asks Dilbert: "Did you do any action items this week?" Dilbert answers: "I gathered costs for a strategy we had already decided not to use." Dilbert's Mom says: "That helps the Ol' GNP." Dilbert tells her: "I'm not giving back your tuition money."
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Catbert the Evil HR Director says to the staff, "Employees waste too much time at funerals." Catbert continues, "On a related note, our heating costs are too high." Later at home, Dilert's mother says to Dilbert, "As a matter of fact, I would mind being cremated in the company furnace."
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Headline: Dilbert the Sales Guy. Dilbert's mom is holding his product. She says, "I wouldn't buy this @#!%!!& with YOUR money." Dilbert's mom continues, "It's overpriced, hard to use, full of bugs and it solves no problem." Dilbert's mom continues, "I spit on your packaging!" Dilbert responds, "Um.. Mom.."
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Dilbert and his mom are watching television. Dilbert says, "Mom, here's our new commercial." Dilbert's mom replies, "It gives no information about your products. Are you ashamed or just massively incompetent?" Dilbert asks, "Why can't we be both?" Dilbert's mom responds, "I was just making conversation."
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Dilbert and his mom are eating dinner. Dilbert's mom asks, "Why have you only finished one project at work this year? Norma's son did three." Dilbert responds, "You can't measure someone's worth by counting the number of projects he does." Dilbert's mom says to her friends, "Maybe we should track R.O.I. instead." One of her friends replies, "Why, because you're losing?"