Thanks everyone. The response to my second book has been really great!
I liked the "nothing to fear but unemployment." Nice work scott.
Very funny! Best one since the debut of Omnipresent Man (How to Write a Superhero Story - January 10, 2010).
And a message about optimism is always good!
i think we have the same boss
I wanted to be the first to inform you that you misspelled absolutely nothing, and the comic was fantastic. Reminded me of a conversation I had with my boss at Wally world. I was asking him for advice on how to bin all the items in easier, and all of his advice was to do it the same as I was currently, but faster.
Great last remark!
All great T-shirt lines.
I *KNEW* someone was secretly taping my boss as he strolled the halls, cheering up us monkeys with "inspirational" quotes!
An easy one. If they hand you an amazing book by an enlightened person, such as jj van der Leeuw's 1928 "CONQUEST OF ILLUSION", just read it, over and over, especially chapter 2.For the world, your world is merely an image in your consciousness, and not outside of you as 99.9% of the population imagines.LWG
I just discovered this Comic. I think I have a new favorite.
"If you can't do the work you love, love the work you do." Brilliant! :-)
What's up with the facial hair changing from panel to panel? Slight but there, and not due to viewing angle.
Is being a jerk a prerequisite to becoming a boss, or does being a boss change decent, compassionate people into jerks?
Heard your interview today so surfed on in. It's everything and more.
Today I went to the Urologist and I saw somebody who looks just like your boss... Hmm...
"The message you learn from someone may not be the lesson they intended to teach."From now on, I'm going to go around annoying people by learning the wrong lessons from them.
My favourite is "work like you've never been fired."
come on! you are just reusing frames! the 2nd frame is also the first from defending your sanity!you, mister, suck!thought your instructions are great, no matter the framey-thing