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    Jon Peltier tweeted this the other day...

    I found the last one absolutely hysterical!

    http://search.dilbert.com/comic/Pie%20Chart
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    Always trying to be controversial. I believe that most series overrun their sell-by date. I think Dilbert did that a long time ago. What was once cutting satire, is now tired parody, often creating ridiculous situations just so as to get another strip out.

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    Mabye true. I still found that one funny though. (Does it count that it's ~16 years old now?)
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