Dilbert Classics by Scott Adams for November 14, 2012


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    Linux0s  about 7 years ago

    The other engineers won’t notice.

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    margueritem  about 7 years ago


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    Sisyphos  about 7 years ago

    But, lo, wearing black socks, Dilbert found himself respected and admired by all his co-workers and lived happily ever after!White socks: GRRRR!

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    rmacprivate  about 7 years ago

    Pretty sad that the dog knows more about sartorial matters than the guy that needs to wear clothes.

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    route66paul  about 7 years ago

    Work for IT and you, too, can crawl around under desks chasing RS232 cables.

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    spiderlegs54  about 7 years ago

    Maybe thats really where the sad fashion of wearing your pants really low started! with nerds!

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    angusdad  about 7 years ago

    As long as he wears the pocket protector none of the other engineers will notice his black socks

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    Rickapolis  about 7 years ago

    A woman at work was bragging about her son who had just become an engineer. ‘A civil engineer?’, I asked. She looked at me disgustedly and said, No, that’s the easiest kind of engineer you can become’. I don’t remember what kind of engineer he actually did become.

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    Tin Can Twidget Premium Member about 7 years ago

    Those weren’t engineers, they were technicians. I was one of them in the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s.

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    Goblinopolis  about 7 years ago

    A fair number of EEs end up as coders. You got to go with the flow.

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