In an interesting experiment to see how long it takes to have a comic published, Scott Adams (the author of famed work-humor comic Dilbert) penned a pair of strips that are particularly relevant to recent events. Due to the extended lead time for comic publishing in newspapers, Adams decided that these topical toons would be published web-only.
I'm a big fan of Dilbert, and I read the strip on a daily basis. Thanks to John Gruber for pointing out this excellent work on the official Dilbert blog. I've provided the first frame of the series to the right, but you'll have to visit the source if you want to see how Wally's story ends -- if you think you know, you're probably right.
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