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Feb 23, 2011

I thought cartoon helps to stimulate discussions on various topics. Perhaps, you should post a guide to every future strip and let us know what and what not to discuss.
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Feb 23, 2011
Nobody can read through contracts anymore.

The German version of Adobe's PDF end user agreement contains about 3600 words, meaning that an average reader (200 words/minute) needs 18 minutes to read it (fast reading, not trying-to-understand reading). Add your operating system, your office software, Flash and other stuff and you'd have to read agreements for one or two days only to start your computer for the first time - and then they pop up again after each upgrade.

This has gone out of hands.
Feb 23, 2011
@dns: In an ideal world, we'd be using workplace cartoon humor to have a little laugh at our career spaces, and not as an excuse to debate the merits of social or institutional health care.
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Feb 23, 2011

I don't know how you would call any government health care a decent health care. Here in my country, no one wants to go to government hospital unless they don't have any other choice. Long lines, long wait time, and low Dr's quality (because of government's low pay). Even if I donate my organ, I don't know how well they will take care of the organ. And perhaps, when I get older, if they see that my organ is more valuable than my life, I may not get any care at all.

Yes, in an ideal world, the brightest doctors should learn to sacrifice and get low pay and work for the government. But it is just not happening very often.
Feb 23, 2011
And this strip immediately following the one featuring the company lawyer... LOL!!!

Thanks, Scott, on behalf of all the corporate lawyers who work with engineers!
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