Dilbert


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Dilbert

(humour)
A cartoon computer worker drawn by Scott Adams <scottadams@aol.com>, who works in Silicon Valley. The cartoon became so popular he left his day job. The cartoon satirises typical corporate life, especially that which revolves around computers.

See also: BOFH.

http://unitedmedia.com/comics/dilbert/.
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Dilbert was jailed for five years for wounding, possession of an offensive weapon in a public place and possession of a class B drug.
Rare instances exist where Dilbert seems to have intruded into real life.
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Dilbert now seeks a third party licensee to manufacture, market, and distribute the product for her under a royalty agreement.
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Best of the lot was arguably a video clip in which young Dilbert is taken to the doctor by his mother.
The cubicle--the bane of comic strip engineer Dilbert's existence.
Took me back 70 years to my Navy pilot training at Pensacola and the feared Dilbert Dunker we all had to experience.