Dilbert Classics by Scott Adams for December 15, 2020

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    SamuelMeasa  10 months ago

    Just think of how many people don’t read the terms of use before clicking to use their new toys/software.

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    sirbadger  10 months ago

    Which is faster: Reading license agreements our performing your calculations with pencil and paper?

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    GROG Premium Member 10 months ago

    He may only get a hand full of pocket lint.

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    gbars70  10 months ago

    The money’s probably good!

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    Dean  10 months ago

    In the stock market reading a prospectus is a task that one only attempts once.

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    A Common 'tator  10 months ago

    7,500 Online Shoppers Unknowingly Sold Their Souls

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    Troglodyte  10 months ago

    A recent joke says that a wife’s orders are like software Terms and Conditions…you have to click on the box whether you agree with them or not!

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    A# 466  10 months ago

    Brings to mind a joke told by Hal Holbrook (aka Mark Twain), briefly: “Once I was introduced to my audience by a lawyer — who spoke with his hands in his pockets — as a humorist who is really funny. When I took the stage, I announced that we had two undefinable freaks in our midst in the house that evening; we had a humorist who is really funny and a lawyer with his hands in his own pockets.”

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    InTraining  10 months ago

    and very soon… Dogbert will be Bill’s guard doggie…!

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    PleaseStay6PixelsAway  10 months ago

    Sorry, I wasn’t paying attention to what he said. Another comic strip recently made fun of Dilbert among others who don’t have mouths and now I can’t stop staring. Maybe Mr. Potato Head has an extra he can loan him.

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    MartinPerry1  10 months ago

    In the Cyberpunk 2077 EULA, there is a warning about a scene that will cause epileptic seizures in susceptible players. Good move, guys.

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    ForbesField  10 months ago

    At least when the lawyer’s pants catch on fire, he can claim it was an ironing accident and not a sign of lying.

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    DCBakerEsq  10 months ago

    RULE 1. Always read the fine print.

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 10 months ago

    Nothing compared to the contracts we signed when we enlisted in the service(same contract for all services). The fine print is written in blood.

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    ChessPirate  10 months ago

    Here’s a link to some funny EULAs:

    (The link says 10, but there are only 8 listed)

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    mistercatworks  10 months ago

    The End User License Agreement (EULA) is one of the most widely published and least read of all documents. Did you notice, it absolves the company should use of its product cause the Earth to leave its present orbit?

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    Donald Basenberg Premium Member 10 months ago

    That is what I want to be!

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    formathe  10 months ago

    I read one EULA once and part way through got dizzy and had to lay down.

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    gozar  10 months ago

    I actually remember reading this one 23 years ago.

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    Sisyphos  10 months ago

    Rule 2. Never entrust an iron to a lawyer….

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    cherns Premium Member 10 months ago

    The whole thing (B&W):

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