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1994-02-01
St. Dogbert exorcises the demons of stupidity from a software developer.
Technology, stupid, demon, bishop hat, sceptre, command.com, Saint Dogbert, developer

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 65

1994-02-02
Saint Dogbert gets rid of the Boss's demons of stupidity.
Technology, demons of stupidity, command, be gone, suit, bishop hat, sceptre, Saint Dogbert, Boss

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 65

1994-02-03
A clip-out image of Saint Dogbert.
Technology, demons of stupidity, clip, image, protect, out out, bishop hat, sceptre, scissors, Saint Dogbert

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 66

1994-02-04
The Boss turns into a black hole.
Management, C, grade, computer language, black hole, gravity, idea, escape, Boss, Dilbert

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 66

1994-02-05
Dilbert gets a 3-D stereo and high definition television.
Technology, 3-D, stereo, sound, HDTV, television, life, video, surround sound speakers, close, Dilbert, Dogbert

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 66

1994-02-06
Dilbert figures out how to get a report to another person.
Technology, fax, modem, computer, software, upgrade, e-mail, copier, toner, printer, hold, telephone, Dilbert

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 67

1994-02-07
The Boss gives out details on the casual dress policy.
Fashion, casual, dress code, guidelines, shorts, tank top, t-shirt, jeans, sneakers, sandals, morale, underwear, Boss, Dilbert

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 68

1994-02-08
The Boss announces casual Fridays; Wally and Dilbert are terrified.
Empowerment, casual, Friday, fashion, scrutiny, paranimals, Sears, Boss, Dilbert, Wally

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 68

1994-02-09
The Boss criticises the engineers' dress sense on casual day.
Fashion, casual, dress, engineer, taste, bell bottoms, Boss, Dilbert, Wally

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 68

1994-02-10
The Boss asks for ideas to delight the customers.
Management, delight, customer, price, meeting, waste, money, fire, Boss, Alice, Wally, Dilbert

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 69

1994-02-11
Dogbert says he's so cute he could get away with murder.
Family, cute, nose, ear, tail, looks, murder, hit man, mob, Dogbert, Dilbert

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 69

1994-02-12
Dogbert creates a "Baby Dogbert" ceramic figurine.
Dogbert-Schemes, cute, profit, ceramic, Baby Dogbert, figurine, vomit, focus group, Dogbert, Dilbert

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 69

1994-02-13
Dogbert complains about being called insensitive.
Personal, joke, funny, insensitive, feeling, gender, race, lifestyle, body, Dilbert, Dogbert

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 70

1994-02-14
Wally and Dilbert abuse a guy from marketing with fearsome technobabble.
Marketing, fear, technobabble, multiplexer, space, meeting, Wally, Dilbert, marketing guy

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 71

1994-02-15
Dilbert doesn't want to spend his life trying to please others.
Philosophy, please, fool, crush, thought, threat, Dilbert, Dogbert

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 71

1994-02-16
The Boss wants to set priorities. Carol has other plans.
Management, leader, priority, calendar, yahoo, appointment, Boss, Carol

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 71

1994-02-17
Wally says it's better to beg forgiveness than to ask permission.
Office Politics, forgiveness, permission, risk, moot, reorganisation, stupid, lunch, Ted, Wally, Dilbert

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 72

1994-02-18
The Boss says it's his job to make resources available to employees.
Management, resource, job, money, project, calendar, unavailable, Boss, Dilbert, Wally

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 72

1994-02-19
Dilbert revels in his super workstation and feels a song coming on.
Technology, happiest people, monitor, RAM, gigabytes, hard disk, song, sing, Dilbert

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 72

1994-02-20
Dilbert asks Marketing what they want in the new product.
Product, design, marketing, screen, wallet, purse, satellite, air freshener, teeth, screen saver, communication, disease, time travel, telepathic user interface, Boss, Dilbert, marketing guy

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 73

1994-02-21
Layoffs are handled in a humane way, the Boss says as a victim gets shot with a tranquiliser dart.
Downsizing, layoff, humane, tranquilise, dart, unemployment office, tranquiliser gun, Boss, Dilbert, Alice, hunter

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 74

1994-02-22
Wally distributes cards for "Buzzword Bingo."
Office Politics, buzzword, bingo, objectives, attentive, proactive, Wally, Boss, Dilbert, Alice

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 74

1994-02-23
Nobody wants to bring anything to the potluck lunch.
Office Politics, potluck, lunch, ice, salt, beverage, mineral water, Alice, Wally, Dilbert

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 74

1994-02-24
Dilbert and Wally describe the Boss in glowing terms.
Management, glowing terms, flame, idiot, dynamite, Dilbert, Wally

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 75

1994-02-25
Dilbert complains the Boss has eliminated the technical training budget.
Corporate Services, training, hair, Dilbert, Boss

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 75

1994-02-26
Wally and Dilbert provide predictions of disaster if their projects are cut.
Budget, project, locusts, world, spin, space, Wally, Dilbert, Susan

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 75

1994-02-27
Dilbert gets a locator device -- a dog collar.
Management, collar, extension cord, leash, humiliate, conformance, efficiency, locator, restroom, monitor, track, gerbil, rationalise, Boss, Dilbert

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 76

1994-02-28
Dilbert is put in charge of the re-engineering project.
Management, re-engineer, bandwagon, support, Hell, Dilbert, Boss

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 77