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May 30, 2008
A true classic.
 
 
May 28, 2008
Hello Bob331 May 26, 2008. Just click on the light blue arrow at the 3rd frame (far right) and the strip will continue.

RE: User Name: Bob331 May 26, 2008 0
The new site seems a bit buggy.

I click on the strip that I want - 2 panels are displayed for a brief moment, then the bottom one drops out.

Unless, of course, the problem is with my machine.

Bob flag this comment
 
 
May 28, 2008
<<"The best thing about Daily Dilbert was the agility to open it right in the beginning of the day, among a lot of new e-mails, read it, laugh a bunch and be back in action in less than a minute."

Look, how many times do we keep having to post this...

http://dilbert.com/fast/

now go away and stop polluting the place! :-)>>

Hi aw30 - call me stupid but why is this website not accessible from the menu options.
I would be happy to take this with the advertisements for my initial look.
 
 
May 27, 2008
When I first arrived at this nuclear power plant twenty years ago as a consulting engineer, I had to take the MMPI as part of my background check. As it turns out, most engineers in small consulting firms tend to "fail" the MMPI test, we are aggressive by nature. The next step was to meet with the company's shrink for a second test in which I had to sit in his office to take. The only responses allowed on the second test were either YES or NO. The first question on the test was, "Do you feel that you were wrongfully convicted of a crime?" Never having been convicted of anything, there was no way to correctly answer the question. When questioned, the shrink told me not to worry and that he would check the responses against my record. The shrink reminds me of Catburt at work.
 
 
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May 27, 2008
I had a DOE Q clearance for many years and I was in the Personal Assurance Program (PAP). To get in PAP I had to take a battery of tests for Psychological evaluation. After taking the tests you had to meet with a Psychologist for a personal evaluation. When the meeting started he sat looking at my test results and after a few minutes he looked at me and said "Your not crazy, your just another wierd Engineer."

Ever since then I have been able to claim that I am a Government certified Wierd Engineer.
 
 
 
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