See, Dilbert first tried politely - He said "Um...I don't think it is." instead of something like "We cannot ship it now, it is way too buggy". PHB didn't budge. So, Dilbert had to let him have it. Way to go Dilbert.
@Auredium: Actually, the most expensive software suites do make you keep buying new versions. Adobe in particular charges several hundred dollars per update, and tends to put them out about once per year.
Exceptionally smooth. I love it. Dilbert is the smartest cartoon strip by far, I am continually amazed by Scott Adam's extraordinary acumen. Especially how well frame 4 describes how dysfunctional software is becoming of late.