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Re: Dilbert's Theorem

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Actually, you must do at least some work, as if work equals zero:

      Money = 0/0, in which case you must apply L'Hopital's Rule.
We must know the behavior of the knowledge and work functions to
properly evaluate the amount of money to be paid out.  Fortunately, however,
most "pointy-haired bosses" have only a limited grasp of calculus, so 
you can fool them by pointing out that zero divided by anything is still 
zero, and neglect l'Hopital entirely.  

	Okay, enough punting, back to work.  

	Charley

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