EnjoyBeing (enjoybeing) wrote,
EnjoyBeing
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Do you like Scott Adams?

This is from the newsletter by Scott Adams (author of Dilbert) -
    Induhvidual Tales
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    Here are some inspirational tales of Induhviduals, submitted by
    DNRC members. As usual, I suspect that many of them are either urban legend or lifted from past Dilbert Newsletters that I've forgotten. But that doesn't make them less funny.

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    We were having a discussion about the culture in my organization when the head of my department said, "People need more work to do; then they won't have time to complain. A headless chicken is unable to voice an opinion."

    He's quite proud of this inspirational thought. He's thinking of putting it on the wall.

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    My teenaged daughter asked if infertility was hereditary.

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    My mom very proudly explained that she never buys Swiss cheese because "with all those holes you don't get as much per pound."

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    The roof of my office leaks. We have called in for repairs half a dozen times. The repairmen wait until it stops raining before they come to the building. After they do their inspection the result is always the same; they tell us "It's not leaking now."

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    Sitting in the school library researching for a history essay, I overheard a health class discussing the various kinds of contraception available. The teacher told them that abstinence was the best way. A student said, "Wait, I thought that abstinence was only 56% effective."

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    In my physics class, my teacher made it very clear that he would only count each student's best two test scores. A student raised his hand and asked, "Do we get to pick which two are the best ourselves?"
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