January 20, 2020

Dear Scott Adams

Dear Scott Adams,

You sir, are an insensitive asshole. No, seriously. Not only that, you’re a coward as far as the blogging community goes. Ask anybody, you never pull a post after it creates controversy. It’s just not what bloggers do.

Now, on to your comments:

Readers of the Dilbert Blog know that I believe death is not a laughing matter, unless the guy who gets killed is in the process of bothering dangerous animals

No, still not funny. I don’t care who dies, a corporate exec, convicted murderer, or actor I never watched; death isn’t funny. You may have not liked his work, but the guy died doing what he loved in the name of conservation and education. It’s not funny, show some respect for the dead. I’m not even a fan of Steve Iriwn, but I was a fan of Scott Adams.

along the same lines, please have a look at your website. You’re a fucking sydicated cartoonist… do you really need the extra $3.00 CPM that your stupid popup ad provides? I stopped going to dilbert.com years ago because of that.. now I just guess the URL of each day’s comic, and snag your bandwith onto my personal homepage. Seriously, popups are a bad idea.

While you’re at it.. Dilbert is a work related cartoon.. so why do I constantly see girls in bikinis and sex related ads on the site?

As cartoonists go, you’re the blink182, greenday, or whoever else can be labeled as a sellout.

I just wanted to let you know…is $3.00 per 1000 impressions worth pissing off all of your visitors? It’s not to me.

Here’s some more work related cartoons that actually understand that…

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