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Dilbert


Tom Touche


UserFriendly


Garfield


Calvin & Hobbes


Glasbergen


Michael Fredrich


Bizarro


Hagar the Horrible


Web.de Comics


Harm Bengen


B.C.


SpeedBump


Shit Happens


Sherman’s Lagoon


Sherman’s Lagoon (alt.)


Rubes


off the mark


The Other Coast


Non Sequitur


FoxTrot


Mother Goose and Grimm


Broom Hilda


Strange Brew


Bound & Gagged


Cornered


Gegen den Strich


Drabble


The Grizzwells


PhD


geek & poke


xkcd


Wulffmorgenthaler


Querbilder


Fruehreif!


This is True®

by Randy Cassingham

Stories from Our Archives ©1994-2017

What Goes Around
Harvard University Professor Weldong Xu, 38, a former researcher at the prestigious Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, told colleagues, students and friends that he had started a research company in China to cure Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, or SARS. He managed to collect $600,000 in “investments” from 35 people before police in Boston, Mass., caught up with him — while he was pressing a victim for more money in the Dana-Farber cafeteria. The SARS research company was a scam. So what was he doing with the money? He told police he had a “business investment” with “partners” in Nigeria he met by e-mail, and was to collect $50 million from a hoard of cash — a classic Internet fraud. “I tried to tell him he’d been scammed, but he never caught on,” said Detective Steve Blair. (Boston Globe, Boston Herald) ...Proving you don’t have to be stupid to be an idiot.
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