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Dilbert Classics by Scott Adams for May 24, 2019

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    The Cat and Ape Premium Member 6 months ago

    Ba-DUMP-ump! TSHH!!

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    Liverlips McCracken Premium Member 6 months ago

    Do you think Scott Adams does occasional guest cartoons on PBS?

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    GROG Premium Member 6 months ago

    You may leave now…permanently if you know what’s best for you.

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    Jeddo  6 months ago

    Shouldn’t it be “Dilonger you verk here, diverse it gets”? Reminds me of the Goths in Asterix.

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    InTraining  6 months ago

    Hate the title “Human Resources”…. there was nothing wrong with “Personnel”…! Humans are not resources… Coal is a resource… Gaaaaaa…. !

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 6 months ago

    HR has come a long way in the past few years. A very long way. Like off shoring lonnnng way. Seems like now either you have to have a computer so they can answer your questions on their web page or you have to skype them in another country. Who’d a thunk the personnel touch could be from so far away.

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    danholt Premium Member 6 months ago

    Catbert doing Groucho?

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    Tentoes  6 months ago

    Now THAT’s diversity!

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    DCBakerEsq  6 months ago

    Icee.

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    marshalldoc  6 months ago

    I’m da viper, and I’m coming to vipe your vindows….

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    dimndno  6 months ago

    Ve have our vays!

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    braindead Premium Member 6 months ago

    It’s good to remember that “diversity” was brought to us from corporate headquarters.

    It was an important step in paving the way for massive imports of “legal” workers with H-1 visas.

    And in a totally unrelated coincidence, all kinds of workers were laid off, fired, forced to retire, etc., and labor costs were substantially supressed.

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    Because there were hardly any Americans who were skilled or could learn skills.

    America First.

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    winspector  6 months ago

    Sounds like my old job

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    Sisyphos  6 months ago

    Catbert, Evil Human Resources Director and even more evil punster! Groan!

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