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1995-02-01
The flame war between Dilbert and Wally cuts into their work.
Office Politics, status report, e-mail, flame war, herd, mating, rank, meeting, superior, obligation, hormone, Dilbert, Wally

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 221

1995-02-02
Alice protests the company's dress code by dressing masculine.
Fashion, dress code, high heels, pantyhose, helpless ornaments, pleasure, Alice, Wally, Dilbert

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 222

1995-02-03
Alice tells the Boss she's protesting the company's dress code.
Fashion, dress code, Crying Game, protest, Alice, Boss

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 222

1995-02-04
The Boss ranks Dilbert's assignments. Personal Life ends up on the "B" list.
Management, rank, assignment, personal life, priority, must do, Boss, Dilbert

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 222

1995-02-05
Dogbert explains how leaders are created -- they're morons with a high bladder-to-brain ratio.
Leadership, career, moron, meeting, bladder, brain, logic, promote, nature, coffee, talent, award, productive, Dogbert, Boss, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 7

1995-02-06
Dilbert wonders how many productive hours he owes the company while telecommuting.
Start of saga: Dilbert telecommutes.
Telecommuting, ethics, productive time, planet, driving, bathrobe, coffee cup, Dilbert, Dogbert

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 127

1995-02-07
Dilbert eliminates hygiene during his telecommuting.
Telecommuting, hygiene, language skills, gas mask, Tarzan, bathrobe, Dilbert, Dogbert

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 127

1995-02-08
Dilbert throws his pen in the air for a morning of telecommuting.
Telecommuting, pen, appreciation, bathrobe, Dilbert

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 127

1995-02-09
Dilbert starts "clothes optional" telecommuting and wonders why monkeys don't grow beards.
Telecommuting, clothes, monkey, beard, meeting, attendance, Dilbert, Ratbert

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 128

1995-02-10
Alice complains she makes less per hour than the janitor.
Office Politics, pay, janitor, pipes, raise, plunger, creature, attitude change, Alice, janitor, Boss

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 128

1995-02-11
The Boss asks for current resumes from the engineers.
Management, resume, staff cut, disloyalty, downsize, fire, Boss, Wally, Alice

Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, page: 128

1995-02-12
Dilbert joins a strategic planning team that works without really accomplishing anything.
Management, strategic planning, team, emotion, meeting, think, viewgraph, complain, believe, opinion, important, Dilbert, Boss, co-worker

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 8

1995-02-13
The Boss asks everyone to quantify their contributions to revenue.
Management, revenue, quantify, future, cynicism, track, number, raise, Boss, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 9

1995-02-14
Wally assumes his project will fail without him.
Management, revenue, valuable, project, contribute, Boss, Wally, Dilbert, Alice

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 9

1995-02-15
Wally sends out repeat e-mail while he's on sabbatical.
Technology, e-mail, best of Wally, sabbatical, in-cube, Dilbert, Wally

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 9

1995-02-16
The engineers were so late they had to finish getting ready for work in the car.
Office Politics, makeup, shave, sponge bath, carpool, whine, Alice, Dilbert, Wally

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 10

1995-02-17
Dilbert reports to the Boss the project is behind schedule due to being understaffed.
Management, understaffed, status report, project, improvement, deadline, behind schedule, Dilbert, Boss, Alice, Wally

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 10

1995-02-18
The Boss announces there will be no raises. The news goes downhill from there.
Management, raise, reward, worse, Boss

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 10

1995-02-19
The many Boss Types are explained.
Management, boss types, hostage taker, fraud, motivational liar, over promoted, weasel, Moses, perfect boss, qualitise, paradigm, datums, Dogbert, Dilbert, Boss, Alice, Wally

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 11

1995-02-20
A co-worker asks Dilbert to give up his project and transfer over to a new project.
Office Politics, project, doomed project, promotion, raise, pathological liar, super powers, Dilbert, co-worker

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 12

1995-02-21
Dilbert asks for help dealing with a pathological liar.
Office Politics, pathological liar, PhD, MIT, liatology, diploma, Dilbert, Dogbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 12

1995-02-22
The Boss hires a temp to flap his arms to prevent the lights from being switched off.
Technology, light, motion detectors, journalism major, temp, fan, Boss, Dilbert, Wally

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 12

1995-02-23
The Boss tells Alice he's almost done with her performance appraisal.
Management, performance review, documentation trail, motivational speaker, Boss, Alice

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 13

1995-02-24
Alice is terrified by her impending performance review.
Management, performance review, reject, simian, disdain, lucky, rating, Alice, Wally, Boss, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 13

1995-02-25
The Boss introduces a new rating system by comparing animal traits.
Management, performance review, animal traits, Tyrannosaurus Rex, brain, dinosaur, Boss, Alice

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 13

1995-02-26
Dilbert tries to describe his job to his mother.
Note: Dilbert's Mom's first appearance.
Family, engineer, railroad, typewriter, debug, ISDN line, BRI analyser, packet, cake, TCP/IP driver, school, Dilbert's Mom, Dilbert, Dogbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 14

1995-02-27
The read-out from the "Excellence in Teaming" is nearly ready.
Management, excellence in teaming, decision, squirrel migration habits, study, buy-in, Ted, Dilbert, Boss

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 15

1995-02-28
The Boss gives out a cheque to Ted for the "We are Teams" campaign.
Management, We Are Teams, cheque, campaign, achievement, reward, attack, Boss, Ted, Alice, Wally, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 15