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Apr 24, 2011
I remember back in the early days of "Dilbert"--before some of the characters who are standard now started appearing regularly--Scott did a strip similar to this one. The point of the strip was that kissups would modify their responses based upon the relative statuses of the people with whom they were interacting. In the last panel of that particular strip, the sycophant in it was interacting with a high-level employee and made the remark that he was going to have to have the lame joke his superior told tattooed on his butt.
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Apr 24, 2011
thats funny dude.......go get a show on the network
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Apr 24, 2011
@Yoric pls stop making personal revelations on the net..its awkward enough that we have to discuss a silly avatar name for quite a while now..
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Apr 24, 2011
@aleste: Tell that to my Jewish mother who lived through it.
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Apr 24, 2011
Wow, herd mentality is so simple yet so complicated.

Why anyone would put themselves in the presence of lame people everyday then feel the need to ingratiate themselves to a doofus is a sad commentary on job scaredness.

Kinda like street-walking, but less honest.
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