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I haven't ever read anything in Dilbert that raised any "ire" in me.
During the years since Adams began doing the strip I have been
an engineer, a tech writer and a manager, and no matter what my
job was I have always been able to recognize someone (including,
from time to time, myself) who resembled every one of his remarks.
"Lippincott Richard J Contr ESC/NI" <Richard -dot- Lippincott -at- hanscom -dot- af -dot- mil> wrote in
message news:259451 -at- techwr-l -dot- -dot- -dot-
> Old-timers here will recall what happened the -first- time Scott Adams ran a
strip that raised ire here on techwr-l. (That was what, '94 or early '95? I
couldn't find the message in the archives.)
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