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Mar 15, 2012
Soooo true - try and fly under the radar, do what you need to and you'll be fine :)

Working hard gets you no-where!
Jun 29, 2011
LOVE THIS! I have a co-worker who is indispensable (work horse). Its an art field and my boss said too me on many occasions that she did not like her art. From what I saw, my boss used her to do all the grunt work my boss hated doing. Every now and again my boss would throw here a bone and use her art. My co- worker though will never be promoted and my stuff is always used in the ad campaigns. Everyone is a pawn in my bosses world. Ive decided to be the best player I can be. If you baby sit your boss too much they will loss respect for you and not see you as a leader but as a follower. Dogs are reliable. People are responsible.
Jun 20, 2011
@YA I certainly hope the minor spelling error didn't interfere with your overall enjoyment of the comic strip.
By the way, when is your surgery scheduled? The one whose purpose is to remove the stick from your lower rear anatomy?
Jun 20, 2011
Wally is right but by no means original. Frank Loesser summed it all up in "The Company Way" number in "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying."
Jun 20, 2011
Wally is right again. Those who perpetually fly under the corporate radar generally last much longer than the shooting stars who flash across the sky in brilliant streaks of temporary glory before falling to the earth. Being in the limelight makes one a convenient target when a scapegoat is needed...
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