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Dilbert Classics by Scott Adams for November 17, 2015

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    Linux0s  about 5 years ago

    Nothing worse than a garbage man with a degree in sarcasm.

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    Liverlips McCracken Premium Member about 5 years ago

    You’ve got to love Dilbert’s trash hauler.

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    Sisyphos  about 5 years ago

    Garbage Man is the best supporting character in Dilbert, even better than the Elbonians. And he is just being helpful here to Dilly, giving him the chance to correct his error and make the bifurcated molecules do their thing!

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    Flash Gordon  about 5 years ago

    In some parts of the usa garbage workers have union representation, make decent wages and have good benefits. UNION YES !!! (I’m retired former IBEW)

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    whiteaj  about 5 years ago

    Today unions are pricing American workers out of the market and sending jobs overseas. The result is that we no longer do manufacturing here and our kids are getting a rotten education.

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    neverenoughgold  about 5 years ago

    Something tells me there will soon be a lot of trash talk here…

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    Eliezer  about 5 years ago

    Not just Einstein. Einstein, Podolsky, and Rosen.

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    route66paul  about 5 years ago

    It is income tax that is pricing us out of manufacturing jobs. When the current income tax was started, it was really for companies that had 5 or more employees. a normal worker, or even the owner of a small business did not even have to file. When the burden was handed down to the middle class(ensuring the goverment of money in a bad year for the manufacturer) all it did was force the companies to pay taxes second hand(through the wages of their workers) If the company was having a bad year, they had to reduce as many employees as they possably could, sometimes never coming back. If they were allowed to just not pay tax(since they did not make any money), they might be able to hold on to a larger core group of employees.Our federal tax system has punished the companies that have many workers and reward those that have fewer.

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    davids.comments  about 5 years ago

    GIGO, Dilbert.

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    neverenoughgold  about 5 years ago

    Remember folks, it’s never a good idea to judge a book by its cover…

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