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am 19. April 1998
It is difficult to maintain freshness when you have to churn out a cartoon a day. Some artists manage it better than others. Some know when to quit (Calvin's author), while others go on far too long with basically one or two gags (see Cathy or Garfield). While Scott Adams has had some dips in pure entertainment value, he is remarkable for maintaining a high laugh quotient more times than not - and his latest collection - "I'm not Anti-Business, I'm Anti-Idiot" is a winner and a keeper. The topics are trenchant and oh so accurate while the themes are embarassingly familiar to everyone who has had to share a cubicle. From Alice trying to control her fist of death to Catbert the evil HR Director - all work types are here - and will probably receive their own xeroxed copy of a pertinent cartoon - sent anonymously, of course. Best to get your copy and do it to others, first.
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am 25. April 1998
This is Scott Adams at his second best. Though I am a Dilbert fan (and have been since '88) I must say I don't like his reletivly recent trend towards pleasing the wage slaves. This book is a perfect example. It is very very funny but not wuite as funny as his older, more outlandish material. I liked that every few Sundays Bob would give people weggies. I liked it when Dogbert would take over various third world countries. Now it seems that all he is shooting for is something for people to tack up in there cubes. He has already done that. Get back to your wackier roots, but in the mean time this really is funny (you might just want to tack a few up!).
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am 22. Mai 1998
A MUST-BUY & KEEP. Compared to alot of his other books, I really enjoyed this one and laugh all the way through. If you are a dilbert fan, this is one you must own. If you're not, but just looking for a good laugh, I highly recommend this collection
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am 26. September 1998
"Dilbert, the customer liked the mock-up so much that he ordered a thousand!" "That was a MOCK-UP! We don't make that product yet! It would take us three years to make one." "Just give us a thousand mock-ups. The first one was terrific." "The mock-up was our competitor's product with duct tape over the logo" Just one of the various and funny strips you will find in this and other Dilbert books, Dilbert is a masterful parody of not just the bastions of the work place, but the social life that comes with being whatever type of worker you are. The fact that his company and pointy-haired manager are unnamed, and the fact that the product his company makes is never mentioned, and that his company never goes out of business, all add to the relateablility and the surrealistic humor. You've got sadistic talking animals(an evil cat that is director of human resources, a dog that thinks its smarter than everyone else and wants to rule humanity, and a totally clueless rat), and more. Read the newspaper strip, then go out and buy some Dilbert books.
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am 17. April 1998
Scott Adams does it again-manages to tickle your funny bone and yet, at the same time, offers insight to the corporate world that are uncanny in their accuracy. This book is smaller than previous Dilbert collections, and offers no color. The strips are also assorted, with a mix of newer and older. Ultimately, this makes little or no difference to the quality of the read. If you are a Dilbert fan, or even someone just looking for a laugh, this collection is a must-buy. Scott Adams needling sarcasm and cynical sense of humor is sure to crack a smile on even the most dour countenance!
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am 27. April 1998
A decent collection for the hard-core Dilbert fans, but a little stale. Adams aparently hasn't run out of variations on the cubicle, purchasing, and boss jokes, which are becoming repetative. Dilbert's mom and the World's Smartest Trash Man also are included, but only as incidental characters to a main storyline. However, Catbert's best strips are included and are some of Adams finest moments. Also, Alice is becoming a more mainstream character, and her handling of the Boss is humorous and refreshing. Overall a decent Dilbert collection, although not one of the best.
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am 15. Juni 2000
This book is hilarious, just like all Dilbert books. I would recomend this and other Dilbert books to anyone. Scott Adams is a wonderful writer and artist. Other Dilbert Books include: Don't Step in the Leadership, Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, and Still Pumped from Using the Mouse.
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am 5. November 2012
Das Buch ist sicherlich genial, wenn man es auf dem Kindle fire lesen könnte. Die Bilder sind viel zu klein, skalieren geht leider nicht. Ich hoffte auf einen schönen Comic. Technisch ist das leider nicht geglückt.
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am 17. Juni 1999
This book is extremely funny and has the most to do with Dilbert's Pointy Haired Boss and Some other of his Co-Workers in Marketing and Management that continually prove to be Humorous and dumb.
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