Dilbert Classics by Scott Adams for June 13, 2021

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    Uncle Kenny  3 months ago

    Wait—Wally actually did something?

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    Concretionist  3 months ago

    Heinlein reminded us that editors don’t like the flavor of the soup until they pee in it…

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    Jayalexander  3 months ago

    Technically correct. The presence of all colors or absence of all colors Are colors. Now flash them back and forth fast enough until you See colors. Then go to that 3 martini lunch so you will be properly prepared to take that well deserved nap in your chair all afternoon.

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    homerec130  3 months ago

    The colors are still wrong.

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    IshkaBibel1  3 months ago

    I had a boss who felt he was not doing his job unless he found one thing to change. Quickly we learned to put an obvious mistake on the first page and that would be enough for him.

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    bilbrlsn  3 months ago

    Black is the absence of light frequencies in the range of human vision. White is the presence of the same.

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    JamsMac  3 months ago

    White contains all of the colors!

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    mistercatworks  3 months ago

    It is important to leave the boss something to “fix”. I tried using the wrong punctuation in the last paragraph of a report but they never read that far. :)

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    Troglodyte  3 months ago

    Wally is the 51st shade of grey!

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    InTraining  3 months ago

    wait… the PHB had an actual thought…?

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    bookworm0812  3 months ago

    No, black and white are the absence of color.

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    Sisyphos  3 months ago

    As usual, Wally outsmarts PHB, by about a mile. Wally is a much more subtle and heroic character than he seems to be at first glance, when one only sees the negative stuff….

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    neatslob Premium Member 3 months ago

    I worked for a guy who wanted to review everyone’s code, and he always made a change. I learned to give a variable a blatantly stupid name, he’d want it changed, then I’d change it to what I would have named it in the first place.

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