I’ve blogged about Scott Adams, the Dilbert author, before. Dilbert is a classic comic strip, and Scott’s blog is hilarious. He tends to be pretty political with his blog posts, but I guess he’s entitled. I’m sure he’s been waiting, breath abated, for me to approve his politicism.
Here are some quotes from recent articles that I got a kick out of:
“The readers weighed in and told me that when Dilbert was at work, they loved it. But since he wasn’t often at work, the comic sucked most of the time. And by the way, it appeared to be drawn by a retarded squirrel on meth.”
— From ‘Getting Abused Toward Success’ (May 2007: Link removed, Scott’s old blog articles are hosed)
“I often fantasize about how I would fix everything if I were President. My fantasy is unfazed by the fact that the voting public is not keen on candidates that are unqualified, unattractive, godless, and morally bankrupt.”
— From ‘Pragmatic Party’ (May 2007: Link removed, Scott’s old blog articles are hosed)
“Another tough decision involves – as the lawyers say – “designating the benificiaries of my estate.” Or as I say, deciding who will have the biggest financial incentive to kill me. My family members that enjoy reading murder mysteries or watching CSI went right to the bottom of the list. Pacifists, vegetarians, and people too feeble to wield blunt objects got some extra consideration.”
— From ‘Planning My Funeral’ (May 2007: Link removed, Scott’s old blog articles are hosed)