Dilbert works at NTM-A, Part II

Just about anyone that uses a computer can relate to this Dilbert comic strip, but it is especially valid in the military where plagiarism isn’t just authorized–it is a survival skill:

A Canadian General Officer reported to NTM-A and rejected Powerpoint; he demanded that it not be used and didn’t want to see it.  Within a couple short weeks, the “2-maple leaf” had submitted to the force and is now known as the creator of some of the worst powerpoint presentations!

After 30 days at NTM-A, anyone suffering a paper cut is qualified for the Powerpoint Ranger Tab.  Canadians don’t wear the tab, but a special exception is in order.

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