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Dilbert Classics by Scott Adams for April 27, 2021

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    SamuelMeasa  6 months ago

    Should have asked for everything the company knows. Or would that be a bigger cloud of DOOM?

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    Johnny Q Premium Member 6 months ago

    Do not say all you know, for he who says all he knows often says more than he knows…

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    Concretionist  6 months ago

    I had a manager once who heard about “link compatible object files” (don’t ask: If you don’t know, it’s too geeky to bother with). He decided that meant that we could fix bugs without changing any code at all. I double checked: Yep, that’s what he meant and intended. I shrugged and said “sure, okay.” He went away happy (and “he went away” did that for me)… and I went back to doing what I’d been doing: Which was fixing bugs, BY changing code, strangely enough…

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    Lightpainter  6 months ago

    PHB is thinking “ Does this guy even work here? Who is he?”

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    Zykoic  6 months ago

    Some large project I was working had the work divided up to individual tasks metered out one task per engineer. The way to find status was over beer on Fridays. I ignored the bosses floggings and just coordinated with the rest of the serfs at the local tavern. We delivered. The stockholders were happy….

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    GROG Premium Member 6 months ago

    It should be a familiar feeling.

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    Purple People Eater  6 months ago

    Is PHB wearing a different suit today?

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    admiree2  6 months ago

    Sometimes I find that I know more than I never knew, but am always willing to impart what I knew that I do not know.

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 6 months ago

    An engineer tells you exactly what he knows. A manager tells you exactly what he thinks. A salesman tells you exactly what you want to hear. They all lie a little.

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    TSRaman  6 months ago

    IOW he didn’t know what he had told.

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    awcoffman  6 months ago

    A fan once wrote a brilliant letter to Cartalk, claiming that the Tappet Brothers had proved it was possible for two people together to know even less than either one did separately. It had followed a prolonged discussion of electric trailer brakes in which neither had the slightest idea of what they were talking about. They read the letter on a subsequent show.

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    InTraining  6 months ago

    Dilly is on his way to the break room…. to drop that cloud off on the back of Wally!

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    DCBakerEsq  6 months ago

    Knowledge is the first step on the path to enlightenment. And ruination.

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    namleht  6 months ago

    Luckily where I work (large company…three letters, the first is A) it is not about getting anything done…..it is about working on it…

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    Sisyphos  6 months ago

    Heavy, heavy usually hangs over thy head, but I suppose a Cloud of Doom can also trail along behind. PHB was unusually honest today about his vast ignorance….

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