Re: <tap><tap><tap> Is this thing on???
- From: Dave <jrzoyrl@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 17 Jan 2007 23:50:40 GMT
In article <eom7fh$6l1$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
abuse@xxxxxxxxxxxx (Anthony de Boer - USEnet) wrote:
Dilbert used to be funny, but I fear that Adams has gone from being
Dogbert to being Catbert. Especially online, it's so commercialized
it's painful to read.
I stopped reading Dilbert some years ago - I prefer the earliest strips
when it wasn't utterly about office life, and things like Bob the
Dinosaur happened. I found the total obsession with cubicle life
somewhat tedious in the long run - I appreciated the jokes, but don't
have a job that sucks that bad, and wouldn't say in one if I did, I
The technological jokes are still funny though, which is why I have the
'Labour-saving software' strip up on my office wall for inspiration.
I think last time I read Dilbert was when I still had a Dilbert desk
calendar back in 2001. I kept the Sept 11th strip for a while - that
was just spooky.
millibrachiate tentacular coelenterates..