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Sunday, January 19, 2014

Sunday Comics

For John, BLUFDid Dilbert go political?  Nothing to see here; just move along.

Was this Sunday's Dilbert Cartoon slightly anti-Muslim?

Regards  —  Cliff


Craig H said...

I consider myself a bit of a Dilbert scholar, (Wally may be the most brilliant character ever drawn in the funny pages), I think you reach a bit here. Elbonia is a recurring theme for Scott Adams, and though it can be imagined to represent a lot of things, a critique of religion has never seemed to me to be one of them. Its most frequent appearance is as a faraway place for outsourcing and/or for engineers to be sent, and if I were to hypothesize on that basis and what I know of the California engineering mentality, I would sooner come up with Arkansas than Arabia. But who is to say. Scott Adams' personal politics do have a somewhat strong conservative bent...

Craig H said...

Craig H said...

And here's one that should refute any these particular religious undertones:

C R Krieger said...

On the other hand, there is this blog post, about his book The Religion War, which I hadn't previously known about.

Probably you are correct, but if there is an IED on his way to the grocery store or to his favorite watering hole we may have a possible motive.

Regards  —  Cliff