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Baby and me

Farewell, Mr. Adams, I sorta new ye (Or, we'll always have "Shut up and reboot!")

One of the things LJ has that I don't think DW does, is feeds from such things as Scott Adams' Dilbert. I can't much abide Adams' politics, but his comic still makes me laugh more than most, and so when reading my LJ friends' page, I have for years clicking the link that would take me to the latest installment of his comic.

But, I've been ridiculously busy of late; keeping up with my reading has been a matter of desperate baling while the waters pour over the gunnel's at best.

And so it was that, maybe four or five weeks ago, I decided to just skip a Dilbert as it came down my feed. And then I skipped another, and another, and another. And cetera.

Three weeks into the experiment, I realized that I hadn't missed his cartoon at all. And a week or two after that — tonight — I said to hell with it. If I'm not going to read the damned thing, I might as well unsubscribe.

And so I did. Farewell, Mr. Adams!

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Comic for June 7, 2013

And a Dilbert, because even though Scott Adams can't draw and his politics are questionable at best, he is still sometimes very funny. We all know about the theists, the atheists and the agnostics, but who knew about the fourth category?

Originally posted by dilbertdaily at Comic for June 7, 2013
Baby and me

Comic for March 18, 2012

‎"Creativity is random. If creativity were anything but random, someone would have figured out the algorithm by now." I don't buy it, but it's too early in the morning for me to tell you why. Also, is Ottawa special or has Saint Patrick's Day become a much bigger deal than it was 10, or even 5, years ago?

Originally posted by dilbertdaily at Comic for March 18, 2012