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Possible but unlikely first post. Also I can't believe Scott is helping the Aggro-turd.
Scott makes me happy :)
Awesome! I love it!
I like it! Nice use of silhouettes in panel 3. Panel 4 wound up being my favorite though.
Wow! Would Scott and Angry Costumer really set their differences aside and team up? I start grinning just by thinking of the possibilities
He's doing that pointy thing with his finger AGAIN!
Because there's no 'I' in 'F**K YOU'
As I work in Marketing Services, you would be surprized exactly how often all of these conversations occur. Last one was about 15 min. ago....
Remember, there is no "I" in team. However, there is a "me" in team, anagrammatically speaking.....
And in a way, Scott's keeping the client paying him and making the client happy. Win all round!
Nice to see that you two finally see eye to eye on a matter!
I have the key to the filing cabinet AND the first post
Oooh moderated. Probably NOT first post.
Last panel is fantastic!! Great build up, with a twist, man I am still laughing.....great job!
Ooo, interesting development. Plus, I love the use of the silhouettes!
Well done Scott, put the boot in. They'll pay, and the tears of their families will only smooth the passing of joy to your soul
Oh my. Angry Customer and Scott team up! "The enemy of my enemy is my friend."
I just love the ending! Mostly 'cause you get some what along with the customer (I believe it's the very first time).
Panels 2 and 4 = awesome
Brilliant as usual. How do I get your books all the way in South Africa?
Note from Scott: I can ship to South Africa. Thanks for asking.
Actually enjoying a meeting with the client? May wonders never cease!
That IS representative democracy!
"That's representative democracy for you." Disgustingly funny. That should have run last Wednesday!
Oh my God. I love this one SO MUCH. XD
"... that's representative democracy for you."
*sigh* too true.
Yes, that's about how morale and team spirit go in the real world.
An accurate description of my job (at least during the past couple of weeks...)
wonder what scott's true boss has done to warrant a cartoon like this after the new schedule?
interesting that in panel 4 scott excludes himself from the boss' team in his opening statement before opening the door to becoming benedict arnold
2. Lean on side of panel3. Silhouettes4. Shove to corner and slightly off-panel
Compare and contrast the techniques to squeeze in more dialog in panels 2, 3 and 4. Write a grammatically-correct essay of no less than 100 words. You have 15 minutes. Go!
My personal hobby is to give the management really useful information and/or advice, and watch them not take it.Best ever was the exit interview in which I said they needed to fire the 'roid-raging unit coordinator and start giving some of the raises they promise. (I didn't mention I'd told all my unit-mates how to get better jobs elsewhere...THEY took my advice, management didnt)
Teamwork can be very rewarding both physically and emotionally (as seen in the last panel).
Thanks Scott, keep up the good work !!!
It's nice to see everybody getting along.
man do i wish i could buy one of Scotts books right now, but noooooo, i had to go and spend all my money on medieval weapons and art supply's for a fake taxidermy bird i made. sure the bird looks cool and i love the effect the swords and axes have being mounted on my bedroom wall (really ties the room together) but now i have to wait until Christmas or something before i have money to spend again. oh well, maybe ill just pester my grandparents or something.anyway love the comics!
OMG, does the boss ever look creepy in silhouette! "Nightmare Furry," I call him.
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