The normally innocuous workplace comic strip is arguably trying to get itself canceled after three decades in syndication. But why?
Really cool how you gave such a character assessment of Dilbert and Adams.
It is interesting to read this now. Guess you were right. He did more than just trying to get canceled...
In the evolution of his comics over the past couple years (in his recycling of lame Babylon Bee headlines), he can be seen slowly driven insane by the right-wing media making him think
"woke" culture is the biggest threats in the world. Some small amount of people, who are associated with progressive politics, use a word or phrase that seems strange to him and annoys him. The right-wing media keeps telling him people like him are getting canceled, so he gets scared of being canceled. Then Rasmussen tells him: black people hate white people!!! And he believes their garbage. ... So it was ultimately right-wing media that got him canceled. ... It shows how poisonous that stuff is even to the people who consume it and believe it.
Meghan, I love going down your rabbit holes. TY
“Bespeckled” or “bespectacled”?
Why is it in the strip? Because it's in the workplace and it's dominant focus on the workplace