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Oct 31, 2011
Without spouting nonsense on stereotypical images of America & Americans, as a long time Indian reader and FAN of Dilbert, I am deeply saddened by today's strip.

This is not at all funny. This is not at all sarcastic. This is disgusting to say the least and I hope Scott Adams apologizes.
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Oct 31, 2011
I noticed that Asok's eyes are crossed in the second panel. This probably made it difficult for the brainworm to steer him around, so in the last panel the worm has stuck his head outside in order to see where he's going....
Oct 31, 2011
I have to assume that the bulk of you are not long time Dilbert Readers. Aside from the few who said they did not know that Asok was from India, you would all know that when he mentions it it is mentioned with Pride. I think you are all taking this the wrong way. Asok has proven that with his Indian Techonology training his brain is far superiour to our American brains. He is able to clear asbestose with it, Will his body into re-incarnation ect. I believe we was refering to that fact that his brain is so strong that it will make the worm move in shortly. People want to look for issues, so they find them. Try and look on the bright side of life, and perhaps you will see that not everyone is out to get you.
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Oct 31, 2011
i am an indian too who's lived his whole life in india and the only thing i find in today's strip is scott's consistency in being funny.........
like minotauraus said No one offends you until you let them ...shaant ho jao chintaji and enjoy the good natured poking......

sometimes the comments are as funny as the strip.........super one from sittnick
"I'm Elbonian. How do you think I feel?! "...........ha ha fantastic dude.........
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Oct 31, 2011
@MSMStud's item 1) Or take the legs off that worm and give it a nasty demeanor and Asok is now a Goa'uld.

Incidentally, since when do worms have legs?
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