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October 13, 2008


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Hey, this was great! Dilbert has always been one of my favourite comic strips.

Interesting this is because of a title you're friend gave: "Interbeing". If he means Thich Nhat Hahn's "interbeing", impermanence, wow. :)


Barry Briggs

In today's economy, $100 million reveals impermanence!

Paul Lynch, JDPSN

Thanks Barry you inspired me to post a dilbert or too myself

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