Has Dilbert ever asked the world’s smartest garbage man how to become a millionaire? One Hollywood actor said that when he was a garbage man, he could complete his route in 4 hours and get paid for 8 hours, so it may be an OK job.
I never sent them, so I have no first-hand experience.
Maybe the curses will cancel each other out.
And there’s me thinking the Garbage Man was superhuman!
No, but I believe it. Dealing with our garbage gives them a wicked keen perspective of the state of city and the population at large.
Alright, this is getting too weird. I’ll probably skip the Dilbert toon till Sunday.
If there isn’t, there should be.
I think it’s time to send out an email from a Nigerian prince who needs to move some money.
Wow… Dilly looks so casual without a tie…!
I used to get them and would promptly delete and asked the senders to remove me from their mailing list. As bad as today’s telemarketers.
Geometric progression of chain mail propagation would have clogged the postal system to the point where letters would be delayed extra days … oh, never mind.
I think that last curse is often evident in parts of NYC?
The garbageman curse is that he will read your credit card statements and hack into your accounts
Garbage men and dogs are natural enemies, so maybe Dilbert’s disguise will work.
I can’t figure out how they fit a chain in an envelope!?!
Even Garbage Man is gullible and falls for Doggiebert’s chain letter scam?! This stretches credulity….
It didn’t happen often or for very long, but in the distant past, I got some FAXED unsolicited nonsense! That was infuriating, because of course it used my paper and my ink!
Anyone see Dogbert’s tail wag in the last panel?
You can’t send them, if nobody sends you any mail ever.