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Cartoonist Ignores Helpful Advice
"Can Scott Adams, the cartoonist who draws "Dilbert," really offer sound advice? Sort of. And even if he can't, he's funny. His alter ego, William Dufris, shows why he was recently celebrated in AUDIOFILE's "Narrator's Yearbook." His performance is so sarcastic you can actually hear him smirk. Dufris performs Adams's work so seamlessly that it's easy to imagine he IS the author. Adams writes about life in and out of the office and his own head. He even reveals how the whole "Dilbert" thing got started. From time to time, he tests the limits of cartoon decency. A rule: You can show a monkey flying out of a lawyer's butt as long as he's wearing pants. The lawyer, not the monkey. M.S. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"