Thursday, November 01, 2007

The Solution? Hire a Weasel!

Denier strategy at its best....

5 comments:

drewr said...

isn't it just easier to hide under your pillow and wait it out??!!

it's not really the hypocrisy that gets me, it's the denial that is so shameful.

and some say ignorance is bliss. if that's the case, i have a pillow to sell.

INK Atbp. said...

Hey what's up? I and the "others" are waiting for some new NEWS!

lady macleod said...

that's good

J. Wilson said...

I love this strip. Dilbert has always been great with the subtle humor, but this is awesome. I like it when mainstream media includes environmental issues in their content. All the paper that dilbert comic strips get printed on is a sizable burden on the environment. Nice of the environment to be mentioned.

Check out my blog if you get a chance: eight-thirty.blogspot.com.

Anonymous said...

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