Fugitive from the Cubicle Police (Dilbert, #8)
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Fugitive from the Cubicle Police (Dilbert #8)

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An insider's look into the business office finds Dilbert and his colleagues facing the absurdities of corporate life and management incompetence.
Paperback, 224 pages
Published September 1st 1996 by Andrews McMeel Publishing
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So look: I know it's not cool to like Dilbert, or whatever, but I am currently dealing with an epic amount of administrative stupidity at my job, and reading Dilbert puts me in a calmer place ... except for the strips that seem to have come directly from my email inbox. Then I have to weep gently into my box of wine; on the plus side, the wine eventually soothes the pain, so: win-win.
Dave Jones
Great textbook on corporate culture!
I found Adams to by hysterical and insightful. True to life. Work life, that is.
Mar 11, 2008 Kevin rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Dilber fans and Office Workers
Shelves: humor
If you like Dilbert, then buy this book!

Dilber it an office working engineer, who struggles with an incompetent boss and backstabbing, slimey employees. The humor is at times dry and childish, but hey, it's worth it!

This is a very fun book, and covers a couple of years of publications.
Dilbert! It is near impossible to love every comic Scott Adams draws. Even though I've never worked in an office building I can still find humor in every frame. I especially love Catbert: Evil Director of Human Resources and all his crazy plans.

May 31, 2012 mwr added it
Shelves: pre-30-s
I haven't looked at a Dilbert strip since I was in middle school. I'm not sure why this humor would have appealed to someone who had never been in an office.
Jan 27, 2013 Rick rated it 5 of 5 stars
Shelves: humor
Anyone who has worked at any company can identify with this humorous look at the workplace. That, and Wally is my hero!
Larry Kenney
Classic Dilbert. Gems in this series are the monkey who uses his tail to run the mouse, and the various bits about cubicles.
Dilbert rules, it's odd how one can relate to this, never having worked in an office setting.
Good collection of comic strips. Some funny, some not. Overall though, most are.
Another good installment of Dilbert, though not as organized as the last one I read.
One of my favourites. I'd borrow it from my dad and read it again and again and again.
Iain Watson
Dilbert Fugitive From The Cubicle Police by Scott Adams (1996)
Always funny. Too funny for my mere words to explain.
LOL! That was hilarious! And, I love comics!
can't help myself. i've lived the dilbert life!
okay. so it's not a real book.
Katy Mann
Dilbert is always fun.
Absolutely hilarious!
Ty influence.
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Adams was born in Windham, New York in 1957 and received his Bachelor's degree in Economics from Hartwick College in 1979.

He also studied economics and management for his 1986 MBA from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.

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