Dilbert Classics by Scott Adams for October 07, 2022

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    knutdl  4 months ago

    What word?

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    Rhonda Santis  4 months ago

    There’s a whole novel (SF) by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller (2009): Fledgling one main theme of which is exactly the issue of how you know whether your copy of a source is accurate… and how you discover it isn’t if all your work is based on your copy.

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    Rhonda Santis  4 months ago

    There’s a whole novel (SF) by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller (2009): Fledgling one main theme of which is exactly the issue of how you know whether your copy of a source is accurate… and how you discover it isn’t if all your work is based on your copy.

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    sirbadger  4 months ago

    Literally now has more than one meaning, so now it is its own antonym. Soon “antonym” will be redefined so that antonym will by the antonym of antonym.

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    knutdl  4 months ago

    The word is “gasp”

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    I'm here for the cookies Premium Member 4 months ago

    Dictionary, worthless unless you know how to spell the word. Spell Check is OK too if you know how to spell the word

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    Baarorso  4 months ago

    As they say “it’s not paranoia if they’re really out to get you”.;-D

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    metalweaponry  4 months ago

    Misspeled

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    kendavis09  4 months ago

    It is spelled I*N*C*O*R*E*C*T*L*Y

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    seanfear  4 months ago

    good luck rectifying that – I hope it’s not “Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanocaniosis”

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    dputhoff62  4 months ago

    Webster? That little African-American kid from the 1980s sitcom with Alex Karras?

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    ninstar  4 months ago

    If you’re so certain that it’s misspelled that you don’t believe Webster’s Dictionary, then there might be a different issue at play.

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    LKrueger41  4 months ago

    When you can’t ever admit you are wrong, you often think the whole world is out to get you. You may be right about that.

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    b.john71  4 months ago

    Blame your spelling teacher

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    jim_pem  4 months ago

    That other spelling? Never existed. Must be the Mandela effect.

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    ChessPirate  4 months ago

    “And how are you, Ms Wilson?” ☺

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    mistercatworks  4 months ago

    Is there such a thing as being too right?

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    stamps  4 months ago

    It’s pretty bad when you’re being gaslighted by a dictionary.

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    Buckeye67  4 months ago

    Look. if you can understan what is writen, what diference deos the spelling mak.

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    Eric S   4 months ago

    Kidnaping! (one p not two!)

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    Angry Indeed Premium Member 4 months ago

    Wally is the ultimate Influencer! Bad to the bone!

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    Guilty Bystander  4 months ago

    But EVERYTHING is part of a global conspiracy!!! Just ask the political party of your choice.

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    Sisyphos  4 months ago

    Hmm. Maybe she is wrong.

    But Spellcheck and similar programmed spelling checkers often do not recognize accepted alternative spelling (e.g., differences between British and American English)….

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    Charlie Fogwhistle  4 months ago

    There are a lot of jokes involving someone dying and going to Heaven and being told that God will answer any one question the decedent asks. The question asked involves one of the number of current conspiracy theories (flat Earth, vaccination, was there another shooter on the grassy knoll, etc.) After God provides the true, non conspiracy answer, the dead person either thinks or says “Wow. This goes much higher up than I ever suspected.”. This misspelled word is just a take off on that.

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    InTraining  4 months ago

    Wally would not break away from his favorite game to help with that because he did not think of it…!

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    andrew5  4 months ago

    Subtlety from Scott Adams? never thought I’d see the day!

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