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Dec 5, 2011
When I was a kid, trunk carpooling was useful for getting a bunch of us into a drive-in theatre. Have no idea what sort of Zen state of mind Wally would achieve by himself in the trunk of a car. If it wasn't too cold outside, he might just stay there until he was brought back to work the following day. He would have to have a very large thermos full of coffee, however....
Dec 5, 2011
Logically, the "no-stop" lane should be for large, heavy vehicles that waste the most gas when they have to accelerate out of a stop. Illogically, we allow Priuses to have a car pool access sticker when they waste less gas in the stop and go traffic than the big heavy machines do.

Not sure this is material for a Dilbert strip. I'm just sayin'.
Dec 5, 2011
@red33410 I doubt Scott colors the comic... probably oversaw the colors originally picked for characters, but doubt he needs to mess with that now.

@Lupo Uhh...cop will still pull you over if you look like only one is in the car, even if someone is in the trunk....no, that will add a bit of time to the journey, and uh, the driver may not look like a moral citizen with a guy crammed in his trunk.
Dec 4, 2011
Real irony is that they are now both carpooling, yet Wally is still riding in the trunk.
Dec 4, 2011
The master has become the student.

Time for Wally to double his efforts to establish, without a doubt, his supreme uselessness.
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