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I'm touched at how many of you use my Amazon Affiliate links (US, UK, Canada). While it costs you nothing beyond the regular cost of the item you're buying, it does demonstrate that you thought of me, and that idea's not lost on me.
Again you make panel three the best of the four!!
Does the company have any more customers besides this angry guy? I suspect he's really angry because for some reason he won't take his business elsewhere.
Been there, suffered through that.
Beautiful. It's heartwarming to see Scott winning at work.
Apologies, but I feel this comic is extremely sub-par. I feel that you have written something nearly identical to the second panel before, and I didn't understand panel 4 at all.
How appropriate; last night I reread "How to Deal with an Angry Customer" in "Curse of the Masking Tape Mummy", and this morning the angry customer is back.
If you haven't read the strip in a while (or ever), check it out. It's pure gold:http://basicinstructions.net/basic-instructions/2010/7/28/how-to-deal-with-an-angry-customer.html
Another knockout in panel 3! If talent worked like it's supposed to, Scott would be neck deep in vast riches.
THE client? He must be paying them a boatload of money to keep all of those idle half-wits employed (present company excepted, Scott)
Can you add Amazon Affiliate links for Germany and other European countries, too? I think you may have fans there :-)
Been suffering quietly over here for some time. But I can't hold it back anymore.
What is it that your character's company does? (nothing, I know - then let me rephrase: what is it that the angry customer pays you to do?)
Ah...how I do wish that I accomplish this sort of revenge. Yet, I just can't shake the feeling that I would still lose somehow...
Is this a rerun? Super funny of course but I know Ive seen that second panel before.
@Slappy - I refer you to the very first line of dialogue: "The Client."
I was just wondering... is this guy the only client? He's always referred to as "the client" as if there were no others.
And what, exactly does this company do?
Hilarious strip today.
Mullet Boss scores!
I have trouble believing anyone this century still has hair like Scott's boss. He looks like he stepped out of a band that's still desperately hoping to open for Queen.
I don't understand how the last line "So do I." in panel 4 fits as a response to the client's conversation. I keep re-reading, but I just can't seem to make sense of it.
I think the last line, "So do I" (in reference to Scott being satisfied with what he has done), is letting us know that, even though he enjoyed causing problems for his boss, he's also aware it could cause bad repercussions, leading him to realize later it wasn't worth the fun; in that event his satisfaction would ebb and panic over losing his job (i.e. if the company's single client were to finally say he's had enough and leave, or were to successfully sue and bankrupt the company, etc.) would take over.
Scott hopes he will be satisfied by seeing Mullet Boss brought low by the Angry Client's lawsuit, TomNC.
What does he do? Isn't it obvious? He's a govt contractor!
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