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If you work in an office, chances are you know (or are) a Dilbert, Wally, Alice, or--heaven forbid--a Pointy-Haired Boss. Scott Adams's immediately ...Show synopsisIf you work in an office, chances are you know (or are) a Dilbert, Wally, Alice, or--heaven forbid--a Pointy-Haired Boss. Scott Adams's immediately recognizable characters from his phenomenally popular comic strip "Dilbert" scream "It's you!" at cubicle dwellers everywhere, whether through the Boss's lame attempts at buzz-speak or Dilbert's detached amusement at the absurdity surrounding him. The daily "Dilbert 2012 Day-to-Day Calendar" offers a year of relatable hilarity, no matter which character you work next to. (c) 2011 Scott Adams, Inc. Licensed by Peanuts Worldwide LLCHide synopsis
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