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Subject:Re: Help for the Dilbert-less From:Karen Kay <karenk -at- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 28 Jul 1995 13:37:51 -0700
Michael LaTorra said:
> This message is addressed to those poor souls who, like me,
> do not get the comic strip "Dilbert" in their local paper.
> There is hope! If you have access to the WWW, you can use
> either of the addresses below to find out what those other
> Techwhirlers are laughing about:
Not. They don't have Sunday strips.
So is anyone going to break down and describe the cartoon?