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am 23. Mai 2000
Despite a limited group of characters and settings, Scott Adams continues to find funny situations for his characters. Once again, over one hundred pages full of Dilbert cartoons and the bunch of characters that we all know so well.
Dilbert and his co-workers continue to fight their battle against pointy haired bosses, Dogbert and Catbert. My personal favourite in this collection is Dilbert's discovery that the Moon is populated by the women who love engineers but really, the whole collection is great.
These cartoons age very well compared to some strips in the newspapers and they certianly stand several readings. Highly recommended.
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am 31. August 1999
Adams, once again, proves that you can laugh at something not because it is funny, but because it is true. As comic relief for common cube dwellers, the reading of this book provides an excellent reason to delay (at least for a while)going "Postal" and providing what justice there may be found in corporate America. In the current competitive business environment, Scott's work also provides an excellent manual to be followed for those who wish to not only fit into established large business/government practices, but who wish to master and excel in policies and practices that are not readily comprehended by those with common sense.
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am 18. April 1999
First of all, I got this book as a birthday present, and it probably didn't come from Amazon.com (but I've bought other stuff from here). Anyway, I don't know /where/ Scott Adams came up with the idea of talking animals, but it works. Now when I walk around my office, I can tell that my secretary is really a dog in heat, and my boss is really a donkey, and my cubicle-mate is really a rooster. That must be why Adams' animals all walk on two legs! Now they've made it into a TV show, and that's stupid, though, because animals on TV don't talk.
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am 13. März 1999
Working in a "real" business. I can relate to alot of the jokes....Ah if we could only get away with half of the stuff! Paradise! It's good for morale that Scott Adams keeps making these books...so infiltrate this one into the ranks too!! YOu won't regret it!
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am 8. Juli 1999
If you have a stupid, incompetent, ruthless, clueless, misplaced, overpaid, obnoxious, arrogant, ignorant, lazy, weird, nose-picking, SOB boss or co-worker (cow-orker), you'll really enjoy these to-the-point observations on corporate life in the 90's!
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am 14. Februar 2000
O.K. we got the joke.Dilbert's witty as usual.I think his Boss is an universal archetype:not only incompetent and arrogant,stupid and supponent,but uncaring and selfish,too! Dilbert is the Charlie Brown of the corporate digital era,and Dogbert is its cynic and disillusioned Snoopy.What a world! Harry trying to "work"the system,and the system well deserve it,but he's not really a model of honesty;much better innocent Asok and courageous and sarcastic Alice.The only way to survive in "the works " today is to take it whit some of the sardonic,surreal,tomguein cheek humour of Dilbert's strips!
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