Thanks to Stan for sending in this provocative Dilbert, and engaging with the editors in a useful discussion of whether the cartoon is actually provocative!
We’ve previously complained about how they use Horace and his characterization to get away with not managing to find the right level to pitch to. But that objection aside, this is a pretty nice pun!
My friend Alice used to … oh never mind!
Dilbert Classics has been running a storyline about a new employee without a head (Microsoft hired his head, which is in a jar at their headquarters). But he has a name.
Okay, is it purely nonsense? Or is Pointy Haired Boss thinking of something marginally real? Like, the whole bit about spelling words in a calculator LED panel. …
Submitted by Chemgal:
Bill: Nothing to do with the synchronicity, but I did not completely hate the Bonus Panel:
The inverted Bat is, I assume, either a random weird error, or a reference to the rumor that Scott Adams once said that if Dilbert’s tie is facing down instead of up, that means he’s aroused (or alternately, that he’s “getting some.”)
Submitted by Mike Kruger: