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May 2, 2011
Dilbert should have just gone for a walk in the park, and kept the reasoning for the first two frames handy in case anyone noticed he was missing.
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May 2, 2011
It is funny how people thinkt that this is a Wallyesque ruse. For my money, Dilbert is doing this (as most things) absolutely in the spirit of efficiency. I think Scott wrote about this in an essay on the "out at 5" company, which he claims was his only real intent to contributing to business writing (and which obviously didn't have any effects even on his most avid readers).

Can't believe how many people buy into the obviously mistaken idea that somebody can be productive 8 or even 12 hours a day over a longer period of time when all research and evidence points to the opposite.
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May 2, 2011
No spoilers this time, i found the comics to be genius. I wont have much net access during the coming month so i found the unusually large buffer of good practical use.

Also, really really good work this time, I love the extra bit of continuity, as well as what seems to be an bit extra relevancy to current events. Enjoy your vacation Scott:)
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May 2, 2011
Dilbert needs to imbibe at least as much coffee as Wally in order to achieve at least the initial stages of Zen nothingness. Wally has transcended even this by not being there at all.....
May 2, 2011
I'd love to see a serie (1 or 2 weeks) of dilbert's firm having people using their employee number instead of their name. u know, most software interfaces are going this way, and that is just a humour extrapolation of a actual tendance...
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