Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for November 23, 2021

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    willispate  7 months ago

    Fozzie Bear: reminds me of when i perform on Open Mike Night.

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    oldpine52  7 months ago

    He’s also known for saying,“Ethics? I don’t need no stinking ethics.”

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    Bilan  7 months ago

    The few ethical people left there should be glad it’s only tomatoes and not a trap door.

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    in.amongst  7 months ago

    don’t get it? Does the CEO stand on that stand and throw tomatoes at the employees?

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    Cornelius Noodleman  7 months ago

    My folks motivate me by tanning my britches!

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    eastern.woods.metal  7 months ago

    Do business schools teach a course in ethics? I know lawyers, doctors ans engineers have to take a course in ethics

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    pschearer Premium Member 7 months ago

    When I point out Wiley’s consistent prejudice against businessmen I get told “It’s just a cartoon”.

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    dflak  7 months ago

    Ethics is a word that has already become obsolete.

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    pathamil  7 months ago

    The company I used to work for had annual ethics training. As we were walking out of a two-hour ethics class, my boss said, " Well, all this talk about ethics is good, but just remember, if I tell you to lie to the customer and you don’t do it, I’ll fire your ass."

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    monya_43  7 months ago

    Ethics? What is this ethics you speak of? Only if you lie, cheat and steal can you get lots of money. Money is considered success.

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 7 months ago

    It seems to me that every CEO was a rat, at least until he could get others to rat for him, without ratting on him.

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    jonescientific  7 months ago

    If the CEO gets a $1,000,000 raise, it’s a strong economy. If a worker gets a $1 raise it’s socialism.

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    mindjob  7 months ago

    In China they just make you disappear

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    Geophyzz  7 months ago

    The advice I received when writing the client’s report for a job that may have strayed outside the contract specs: “Don’t give them ropes to beat us with.”

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    sandpiper  7 months ago

    To reiterate: reiterating the frequently reiterated eventually morphs into a sleep aid.

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    LawrenceS  7 months ago

    It was Adam Smith more than 200 years ago who pointed out the goal of the businessman is to make money for himself – not provide goods or services to the public. Goods/Services are only the means to the end – $. (But in the era proto-Industrialization Smith saw it as a good thing. Cue Industrial Revolution.) And the era of the robber barons showed that, unchecked, businesses will do anything to keep the dollars flowing into the boss. Ethics just got in the way.

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    awcoffman  7 months ago

    Resembles a congressional office.

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    royclark  7 months ago

    the more I read of the comments here to gladder I am I’m 74 and near death!

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    gigagrouch  7 months ago

    At my former job, the university (which at the time was in financial & moral distress) established a “council of ethics.” A tenured prof i knew there told me, “Whenever an institution starts talking about ‘ethics’, run for your life!”

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    thelordthygod666  7 months ago

    Ethics are a mirage; I’ve never seen any one admit they are unethical.

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    mistercatworks  7 months ago

    To have ethics, you must stand your ground despite the rotten tomatoes of others. To maintain ethics, you must not throw the tomatoes back.

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    marilynnbyerly  7 months ago

    What a waste of tomatoes. Office drones know they have no power to make an ethical stand. At best, they can leave without being blacklisted.

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    marcotte  7 months ago

    Accurate depiction is not prejudice.

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    Musk just moved to Texas where they don’t examine the books that closely.Remember Enron?

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    schaefer jim  7 months ago

    Yeah, its just a cartoon, enjoy and move on.

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    Ren Rodee  7 months ago

    It’s not us, it’s a “supply chain” issue.

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    eddi_tbh  7 months ago

    Ethics are not profitable.

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    locake  7 months ago

    Tomatoes (and all produce) are too expensive to waste like that. Throw something else at them.

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