Tuesday, November 29, 2005

More Scott Adams

From his blog:

According to the news, former FEMA head Michael Brown is starting a disaster preparedness consulting firm. Readers of Dilbert could have predicted this. If you’re infamous for being slow to act, your best bet is a job that bills by the hour. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that he used to be a lawyer.

I wonder how someone in the corporate world explains to his boss that he’s recommending the Michael Brown disaster preparedness consulting firm. “He only ignored one part of the country that was completely destroyed. And besides, he’s also a lawyer, so we know we can trust him.”

Sounds like a tough sell.

And here is a great post about the responsibilities of cartoonists.

I find scotts blog far more interesting and amusing than his commic strip. I really wonder what the guys is like in real life..

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