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Oct 31, 2011
That's a pretty bad case of brain worm. It looks more like it's a brain _lizard_!
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Oct 31, 2011
[Troll awakens from post-Halloween party stupor, stretches, tries to walk !$%*!$ stumbles up to soap box.]

'Ay Chinta!

1) You're just jealous of his new Trill, which no doubt imbues him with the wisdom of its previous hosts, and will carry his experiences and personality long past his days.

2) If he said New Jersey, the joke would've been exactly the same, only there'd be no whiners. New Jerseyites know the garden state is *really* the smokestack state, and they own up to it, proudly.

3) Put your money where your mouth is, take a dip in the Ganges, and report back (if you can).
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Oct 31, 2011
So many whiners today and no cheese to go along with it. I was doing software QA for a
major software company who sent all the then current project testing to India, including all
test plans and cases thus ending all QA for my division in the US. Asok is is tough and a hard
worker so even being slowed down with a brain worm do well temping in marketing. If Scott
had wanted to be insulting he would put Asok in Customer phone support. Fortunately Asok never did phone support in India so he never would of had to lie and say he was located in Chicago
or Tampa instead of India.
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Oct 31, 2011
Lets see.

High contamination in
Oct 31, 2011
I'm a quality assurance manager. Friday's strip (October 28, 2011) took quite a cheap shot at my profession, but it was still funny because it was a comical expression of a very prevalent opinion of quality assurance as seen by many engineers.

I think today's strip is much the same: a comical expression of a widely held opinion (and relatively easily demonstrated fact) about pollution in India.
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