Dilbert on dating and marriage
Here, Adams is alleging that—maybe, just maybe—there is only one type of Islam after all.
And what we consider to be the radical, fundamentalist sort is actually just a natural product of... Great question, but hold on while he explains his hypothetical dating life.
After it became clear that I wasn’t going to get anywhere, and I decided to get out.
Less than 10 months after I had moved to LA to take that new job, I moved back to New York and started working as a freelance consultant.
Four years after my ill-considered move to LA, I hardly even remember the negative aspects of that experience.
The type of workplace referenced here is the kind that serves as a funnel for your passions, not an obstacle between you and the weekend.
..course, these people villains, so you can never really be sure that one or both of them isn't just playing at being in love, in order to manipulate and use the other.
If the love is genuine but unrequited, expect the one who genuinely loves to sacrifice their life to protect the other, only for the other to disdainfully ignore them as they lie dying, proclaiming that they're no longer useful.
The people I worked with were lovely, despite the dysfunctions of the larger organization, so I tried to make the best of it for awhile.
It goes against traditional wisdom and hackneyed clichés—fishing from the company pond, shitting where you eat, dipping the pen in the company ink—but the truth is, it can be kind of awesome.
And your coworker is probably better to date than that stranger you were going to meet in the bar after work anyway.
I wonder if the discussion of so-called radical Islam is disguising the fact that male-dominated societies are at war with female-dominated countries.
Correct me if I’m wrong, but Islam doesn’t look so dangerous in countries where women can vote.