B.C. by Mastroianni and Hart for October 19, 2020


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    I Mad Am I  3 months ago

    I went to a couple of schools who had a bunch of those… mostly in the library. With this current pandemic… I wonder if they are a permanent feature in most of the classes.

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    Pedmar Premium Member 3 months ago

    I can remember back when H.R. was called “personnel.”

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    wjones  3 months ago

    A cubical has no purpose back in BC times.

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    dave1960  3 months ago

    So you are to blame for Dilbert’s misery!

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    Asharah  3 months ago

    Due to the placement of my cubicle, I get to claim a nice big piece of territory outside it for myself.

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    cygnetash Premium Member 3 months ago

    First Wizard of I’d went to a generic computer font, now BC. Sigh… there are great people out there who will make a great digital font from your own lettering style

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    jpayne4040  3 months ago

    It works perfectly!

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    Sir Ruddy Blighter  3 months ago

    “Um, Mr. Mason…?”

    “Yes, Carol?”

    “A Mr. Adams on Line 1…something about ‘stealing his bit’…”

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    dflak  3 months ago

    I interviewed at a company that had a large warehouse floor filled with cubes. It reminded me of a big spreadsheet occupied by humans.

    I live in cube AA126.

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    Doug Taylor Premium Member 3 months ago

    Last year my company spent thousands of dollars converting to an open concept. Since March they’ve spent thousands of dollars putting up dividers.

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    HappyDog Premium Member 3 months ago

    What’s the connection between cubicles and calling H.R.?

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    Totalloser Premium Member 3 months ago

    HR: will not do anything about your complaint , think about it they work for the company

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 3 months ago

    Some time, just before I retire, I swear I am going to get some paper towel cardboard tubes, tape them together and paint them black and put them up across the entrance to whatever cubicle I have by then for a day. Pictures will be encouraged and mass media will be engaged. Prison cubicle guy, me.

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    sandpiper  3 months ago

    wouldn’t want to be an ‘office space’ realtor. Cubicles are not the only empty spaces these days. Whole buildings are dark and many are likely to remain that way until well after CV-19 has been at least partially cured.

    Work from home will become a major segment of the market. Home buyers will be looking for adaptable spaces instead of extra bedrooms, more efficient kitchens and facilities, and better neighborhood internet access.

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    cubswin2016  3 months ago

    Whoever invented the cubicle is one of our biggest public enemies.

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    TexTech  3 months ago

    I sort of miss my cubicle in the office for one reason. My cubicle is about four times larger than the space I have to work in at home. It also has 3-4 times more desk surface. My home setup was never intended for real work but I am having to make it work for me.

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    poppacapsmokeblower  3 months ago

    Cave people have HR?

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    MontanaPhil50  3 months ago

    The new theory in these times is worse than cubicles. You come into the office several times a week, but ‘your’ desk isn’t there anymore. You take a desk that is available and you clean it out at the end of the day and next time you may get some other desk

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    raybarb44  3 months ago

    Also, if I am cornered by a wild beast, I will have no place to go…..

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    WCraft Premium Member 3 months ago

    Ah…a Dilbert cross-over!

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    Tentoes  3 months ago

    The last time I worked in a cubicle, we were REQUIRED to make 6 complaints per year.

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    zeexenon  3 months ago

    I remember those things before I got my own office, the noisy farting guy next door and that they remind me of retroreflectors.

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    cuzinron47  3 months ago

    Now you can do your imitation of a prairie dog.

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    will.pittenger1  3 months ago

    Thor just got hired by Dilbert’s company.

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    Night-Gaunt49  3 months ago

    And this shows why the machines left to educate them are malfunctioning so odd ball things are created without the accompanying context like a business for that cubical.

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    PAR85  3 months ago

    Now I know who to blame.

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