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1992-07-01
Captain Bob describes the best way to avoid frostbite -- meat tenderiser.
Travel, plane, crash, mountain, cannibal, meat tenderiser, Worcestershire sauce, frostbite, snow, Captain Bob, Dilbert

1992-07-02
The crash survivors confront Captain Bob about his plans to eat them.
Travel, plane, crash, mountain, cannibal, message, village, snow, snowball, Dilbert, Captain Bob

1992-07-03
Dilbert demands compensation for lost luggage from Lucky Airlines.
Travel, airline, lost luggage, hot-wax, plane, crash, mountain, telephone, Dilbert

1992-07-04
Everyone gets a turn at holding the new baby and Dilbert sneezes on him.
Office Politics, new baby, sneeze, prune, proud momma, co-worker, Dilbert

1992-07-05
The Boss asks Dilbert to fill in a survey about employee's attitude toward bosses.
Management, survey, attitude, Eskimo, anonymous, ethnic, objectives, communication, Boss, Dilbert

1992-07-06
A potential financial adviser introduces himself to Dogbert.
Start of saga: Financial investor.
Investment, bond, trust, strategy, Dogbert, financial adviser

1992-07-07
A financial adviser recommends a churn and burn strategy.
Investment, mutual fund, Churn 'n' Burn, equity, brokerage fee, risk, brochure, Dilbert, financial adviser

1992-07-08
A financial adviser recommends strategies for Dilbert, the timid investor.
Investment, investor, Perpetual Certificates of Deposit, interest, withdraw, Flying Debenture, financial adviser, Dilbert

1992-07-09
Dilbert's financial adviser recommends a fund that has bags of money buried around town.
Investment, investor, Strategic Diversification Fund, lawyer, dog, money bag, financial adviser, Dilbert

1992-07-10
Dilbert describes the process of investing in stock options.
Investment, stock options, stock broker, family, snide comment, Dilbert, Dogbert

1992-07-11
Dilbert makes a killing on the stock market.
Start of saga: Dilbert gets rich on the stock market.
Investment, stock options, Zymed, corporate takeover, money can't buy happiness, Dogbert, Dilbert

1992-07-12
Dogbert debunks the diamond marketing strategy.
Retail, diamond, jewelry, pebble, marketing, supply, secret, jewellery store, Dogbert, jewelry clerk

1992-07-13
Dilbert still goes to work even after he makes a fortune in the stock market.
Investment, stock market, regular guy, gloat, member of society, Dilbert, Dogbert

1992-07-14
Dilbert fears for his safety because of his new wealth.
Investment, stock market, tragedy, lightning, meteor, car, scorch, Dilbert, Dogbert

1992-07-15
Dilbert has nothing but bad luck since he made a fortune in the stock market.
Investment, stock market, luck, tragedy, friend, bandage, Dilbert, Dogbert

1992-07-16
Dilbert thinks his date is only attracted to him for his money.
Dating, stock market, glasses, talking wallet, attractive, restaurant, Dilbert, Mary

1992-07-17
Dilbert is miserable with his money.
Start of saga: Dilbert buys a supercomputer.
Investment, stock market, law of found money, unhappy, intuition, computer, supercomputer, Dilbert, Garbageman

1992-07-18
Dilbert shows off his new supercomputer he bought with his fortune.
Technology, supercomputer, pi, circle, area, screwdriver, Dilbert, Dogbert

1992-07-19
Dilbert meets his fourth grade teacher, and takes revenge.
Personal, school, fourth grade, homely, punish, angry, revenge, hiney, insult, Dilbert, Dogbert, Miss Mulput

1992-07-20
Dilbert creates a model to predict Dogbert's entire life.
Technology, computer model, prediction, brain chemistry, cause and effect, free will, Dilbert, Dogbert

1992-07-21
Dilbert's computer predicts Dilbert's and Dogbert's life.
Technology, computer model, prediction, script, squirrel, nut, mine, evil, Dilbert, Dogbert

1992-07-22
A news reporter interviews Dilbert about his prediction of squirrels taking over the world.
Technology, television, news, prediction, interview, squirrel, evil, nut, mine, math, microphone, Dilbert, reporter

1992-07-23
The Garbageman explains why Dilbert's model didn't work.
Technology, squirrel, evil, computer model, prediction, chaos theory, guess, spy, Dilbert, Garbageman

1992-07-24
Office workers are compared to prairie dogs.
Office Politics, cubicle, prairie dog, Dilbert, Wally

1992-07-25
Dogbert evaluates potential models.
Fashion, model, evaluation, hideous, Dogbert, woman

1992-07-26
Some red-headed people protest a movie.
Society, boycott, red hair, protest, stereotype, temper, ignorance, fight, Dogbert, red headed man

1992-07-27
Dogbert starts a newsletter for clueless people via desktop publishing.
Note: Title strip for "Clues for the Clueless."
Start of saga: Clues for the Clueless newsletter
Dogbert-Schemes, newsletter, clueless, Dilbert, Dogbert

1992-07-28
Bob reads Dogbert's "Clues for the Clueless" newsletter.
Dogbert-Schemes, newsletter, clueless, wrestling, exercise, Dogbert, Bob

1992-07-29
Dilbert talks while Dogbert writes his newsletter.
Dogbert-Schemes, newsletter, clueless, computer, write, conversation, Dilbert, Dogbert

1992-07-30
Ratbert only thinks he doesn't need Dogbert's newsletter for the clueless.
Dogbert-Schemes, 360, clueless, newsletter, Dogbert, Ratbert

1992-07-31
Dilbert overhears why some ladies all go together to the washroom.
Corporate Services, ladies room, television, Gone With the Wind, soap, Dilbert, Wally, Alice, Mary