If you are still reading these comments you need to go back a few years and read what people said about stormthehouse, histerik and some character whose name I have forgotten but he was a very infantile person who liked to claim first comment.
They all came in for a lot of cruel and unnecessarily vicious comments. One of the main detractors was Galaxyspinner and some guy who calls himself Ihatestormthehouse. A lot of readers were the jeering rabble standing around the guillotine who blithely agreed with the aforementioned gentlemen and obligingly gave a thumbs down.
Take note: you are all nothing better than schoolyard bullies. A few loud-mouths with a following of toadyiing, approval seeking crawlers. Histerik has proven himself equal to the challenge but not everybody has his fortitude. Any damage suffered by Plasma caused by your callous commentaries is purely down to you and your "gang".
The lot of you disgust me.
Oh, I don't know whether we need to declare winners or losers here, or even a battle of any sort. But Plasma did make himself a legend on the Dilbert site just with a binge of bad comments. I guess that makes him a winner of sorts.
That's the funny thing - plasma did this whole thing in one (caffeine fueled?) binge which is so far into its second day. I don't think he's been back since (well, I don't think he's commented since).
These 'conversations' take months and he (I sure he's a he) may not realise how he has united the small Dilbert commenting community in (near) universal hatred of his asinine remarks.
So who's the loser? The guy who wasted a day posting comments or the rest of us for spending months criticising them?