Antina

This is a discussion on Antina within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; Scott Adams, shortly after introducing Tina the Technical Writer, got a lot of hate mail ragarding his stereotypical women characters, ...

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    Antina

    Scott Adams, shortly after introducing Tina the Technical Writer, got a lot of hate mail ragarding his stereotypical women characters, and made a few comics about Antina, the Nonstereotypical Woman, who looked just like my math teacher, and once said, "Who's up for some math?" I really want to get those 3 strips, and they were in short succession, so if anyone knows the date that one of them appeared, I'd love to know it. I have them in a book (Seven Years of Highly Defective People), but they don't scan nicely, and of course, I want to buy them on T-Shirts and give them to my ex-math class.

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    A quick search said sometime around the 1st of January '96.

    Heres the link: http://www.triviaasylum.com/dilbert/diltriv.html
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