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1995-04-01
The Boss wants objectives from all, which he will combine.
Management, objectives, sculpt, tapestry, business plan, quote, Boss, Alice, Wally, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 28

1995-04-02
The engineers check Anne's advertising material for technical accuracy.
Technology, advertising material, funny, warning label, dictionary, humour, brochure, comedian, Boss, Anne, Dilbert, Wally

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 29

1995-04-03
The Boss asks for help as his laptop computer is locked up.
Technology, laptop computer, lock up, reboot, Etch-a-Sketch, etch, sketch, shake, Boss, Dilbert, Wally

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 30

1995-04-04
Dogbert advises moving the company to Russia.
Dogbert-Schemes, relocate, Russia, occupational safety laws, world map, engineer, heaven, Dogbert, Boss

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 30

1995-04-05
The Boss denies the company is relocating to the South Pole.
Management, rumour, relocate, south pole, Eskimo, plan, Boss, Dilbert, Alice

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 30

1995-04-06
The Elbonians offer incentives to companies that move to Elbonia.
Management, relocate, slave labour, amnesty, environmental regulations, tax, law, regulation, negotiate, Elbonian, Boss, Dogbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 31

1995-04-07
Dogbert tells Dilbert how to get something his way.
Office Politics, career, CEO, direction, iron fist, verify, name dropping, Dogbert, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 31

1995-04-08
Dilbert's cubicle is shrinking.
Management, cubicle, status, value, small, real time, wall, Dilbert, Boss, Wally, Alice

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 31

1995-04-09
The Boss wants to lay off the bottom ten percent of the engineers. That includes Wally.
Downsizing, rank, layoff, engineer, flaw, logic, fire, Boss, Wally

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 32

1995-04-10
The company ships ergonomic keyboards developed under the "Big Q" program.
Sales, keyboard, quality, customer, ergonomics, letter, key, sales rep, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 33

1995-04-11
The company will offer upgrades to customers that need a Q on their keyboard.
Sales, keyboard, upgrade, royal family, letter, quality, Boss, sales rep

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 33

1995-04-12
The engineers come up with a solution to the no-Q keyboard.
Sales, media, keyboard, public relations, graphics program, semicolon, engineer, solution, Dilbert, Boss, Wally

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 33

1995-04-13
Dogbert suggest ways to get out of the bad publicity over the no-Q keyboards.
Sales, media, blame, human nature, wife, keyboard, Dogbert, Wally, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 34

1995-04-14
The public wants someone to take responsibility for the keyboards with no Q.
Management, media, public, keyboard, responsibility, blame, opportunity, Dogbert, Boss, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 34

1995-04-15
The Boss apologises for shipping keyboards with no Q.
Management, media, script, apology, keyboard, squirrel, television, camera, light, script, director's chair, broccoli, Dogbert, Boss, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 34

1995-04-16
Dilbert goes for an interview and describes his biggest fault.
Personnel, interview, resume, fault, eat, bathe, corpse, hunger, Dilbert, Wally, interviewer

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 35

1995-04-17
Dogbert becomes a financial adviser.
Start of saga: Dogbert the financial adviser.
Dogbert-Schemes, financial adviser, Dogbert Deferred Earnings Fund, conflict of interest, Dogbert, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 36

1995-04-18
Dogbert advises a man to give all his money for Dogbert to invest.
Dogbert-Schemes, stock, capital gains tax, interest rates, income tax, derivatives, annuities, contract, ear, invest, Dogbert, man

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 36

1995-04-19
Dogbert compares futures of a potential investor.
Dogbert-Schemes, dumpster, Dogbert Deferred Income Fund, mansion, photograph, picture, invest, Dogbert, woman

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 36

1995-04-20
Wally coordinates the move to the new office.
Office Politics, move, coordinate, Lord Wally the Puppet Master, cubicle assignment, banish, Wally, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 37

1995-04-21
Wally threatens to make Loud Howard Dilbert's cubicle neighbour.
Office Politics, cubicle, neighbour, soul, laser printer, Wally, Loud Howard, Dilbert, Dogbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 37

1995-04-22
A voice mail for Dilbert denies the merger rumours.
Management, voice mail, rumour, merger, stampede, telephone, resume, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 37

1995-04-23
Dilbert performs a Turing Test on new artificial intelligence software.
Technology, Turing test, artificial intelligence, strategy, motivation, opportunity, quality, reorganise, opinion, Dilbert, Boss

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 38

1995-04-24
Empty cubicles are converted into prison cells.
Start of saga: Convicts move into empty cubicles.
Management, cubicle, construction, prison, carpet, Dogbert Construction Company, hardhat, blueprint, downsize, Boss, Dilbert, Dogbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 39

1995-04-25
Dilbert doesn't think it's fair to put convicts in the spare cubicles.
Management, cubicle, convict, health plan, prison, hardhat, blueprint, Dilbert, Dogbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 39

1995-04-26
A convict meets Dilbert.
Office Politics, cubicle, prison, freak, prisoner, Dilbert, convict

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 39

1995-04-27
The Boss announces convicts will no longer be housed in spare cubicles.
Office Politics, cubicle, convict, complain, pig, opinion, sty, Boss, Wally, Dilbert, Alice

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 40

1995-04-28
Health benefits gradually decline over the years.
Health, company doctor, registered nurse, vending machine, aspirin, revenue, hammer, mallet, tourniquet, Boss

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 40

1995-04-29
Dogbert plans to convert the house into a gambling casino.
Dogbert-Schemes, gambling, casino, Dogbertland, homeland, vote, green card, blueprint, illegal, Dogbert, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 40

1995-04-30
A vice president is introduced to Dilbert. Dilbert shows off his raincoat made from a trash bag.
Technology, communication, e-mail, window, rain, garbage bag, raincoat, Boss, Dilbert, vice president

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 41