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  1. WF11 commented on Maria's Day 9 days ago

    Thanks for the confirmation and clarification. I hadn’t thought about the Spanish pronunciation for the first two syllables…that rolls off the tongue much more smoothly too.

  2. WF11 commented on Maria's Day 10 days ago

    I remember the future projection, grown up Maria looking like Carolina, but I also seem to recall a WD in which Rita was sitting at her desk talking with a child version of Carolina (who was just barely able to see over the top of the desk), and that Carolina looked just like Maria, in fact I remember one of the commenters writing “Well, hello Maria!”. By the way, and I have been meaning to ask this to confirm: the WD character is CarolEEna, not CarolEYEna, right?

  3. WF11 commented on Working Daze 11 days ago

    So, did everybody make it into the photo? I was thinking Melvin didn’t but then I noticed his nose and mustache peeking in from the left (I’m surprised we don’t see his belly!). What is Roy doing, sneezing into his vest? I figure that Aisha (the belly dancer) isn’t an employee so she isn’t here.

  4. WF11 commented on Tank McNamara 4 months ago

    I’ve been amused at how Tank, who is normally the biggest guy in the strip, is the small one when he’s with Dozer and Whopper!

  5. WF11 commented on Working Daze 4 months ago

    I miss Dilbert’s flippy tie from the earlier “Dilbert” strips. I think that changed a couple years ago when Scott Adams had the company all go to a “business casual” (or whatever the appropriate description is). What is normal these days? I’ve been retired for some time and have lost touch, plus I worked for different Government agencies and we always wore either uniforms, “field” or construction work clothes, or casual (like most of the non-management employees in MMM’s offices).

  6. WF11 commented on Stone Soup 4 months ago

    Phil – Val – Wally – Joan. The sisters could be interchanged but they are more likely each sitting next to their husbands.
    I’m in the Pacific Northwest and it actually seems like it has been a bit cooler than normal this summer – I’d really appreciate some warmer days before summer is gone (I’m wearing a flannel shirt at the moment)!

  7. WF11 commented on Pearls Before Swine 7 months ago

    P.S. I have never seen “The Wire” and don’t know anything about the names used for the dogs…

  8. WF11 commented on Pearls Before Swine 7 months ago

    Hey, wait a sec… Jay Glibenski was born the same year as me (1952). I’m no where near ready to have an obituary published, whether in the comics or elsewhere (though there is some appeal to perhaps having it placed in the comics). I think the various dog names (Bunk, Lester, McNulty, and Stringer Bell) also show some promise of future use, somewhere (but probably not by me). I particularly like “Stringer Bell”.

  9. WF11 commented on Working Daze 7 months ago

    I was lucky enough to retire a number of years back, before the recent pay freezes. I do recall there was at least a 2 year freeze at one point, and I specifically remember our local Congress person (Republican of course) specifically advocating for a 5 year Federal pay freeze. I hope that never happened – I haven’t bothered to keep track of these things anymore.

  10. WF11 commented on Working Daze 7 months ago

    My understanding is that Rita ‘s metric for determining performance is how many mistakes the employee makes in their work. Since Ed basically doesn’t do any work in the first place, he doesn’t make any mistakes. That could well be the same reason that Wally manages to be as successful as he is at the company in the “Dilbert”.