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1995-05-01
Dogbert wants to become a talk radio host to further his ambition for world domination.
Leadership, world domination, talk radio, idiot, conservative, mock, question, Dilbert, Dogbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 42

1995-05-02
Dogbert takes calls from dolts on his talk radio show.
Leadership, talk radio, Crossfire, CNN, poor people, orphanage, complex, headphones, microphone, loudspeaker, radio studio, Dogbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 42

1995-05-03
Dogbert speaks against sex after marriage on his talk radio show.
Leadership, talk radio, sex after marriage, consultant, extinction, liberal, conservative, get rid of people, car radio, book, author, Dogbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 42

1995-05-04
Dogbert welcomes listeners to his talk radio show, and talks about getting government off our backs.
Leadership, talk radio, government, regulations, liquor, cigarette, firearms, drive-thru window, get rid of people, car radio, book, author, Dogbert, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 43

1995-05-05
Dogbert signs a book. Bob gives a demanding customer a twirling wedgie.
Leadership, book signing, geography, continents, twirling wedgie, Dogbert, Bob, customer

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 43

1995-05-06
Dilbert retires from his media empire and invests in real estate to get people to be his puppets.
Leadership, media empire, retire, property, evict, puppet, Kermit, Muppet, lease, Dogbert, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 43

1995-05-07
Seven habits of highly defective people are introduced.
Management, seven habits of highly defective people, humour, advice, prejudice, Barney, Lassie, motivate, skeleton, spiderweb, cobweb, newspaper, sexist, Boss, Dilbert, Wally, Alice

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 44

1995-05-08
The Boss wonders why people are putting signs on their cubicles.
Empowerment, cubicle, sign, name, conference room, OJ Simpson, Menendez, Boss, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 45

1995-05-09
Dilbert and Liz rate each other.
Personal, rate your mate, rating scales, replace, Dilbert, Liz

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 45

1995-05-10
Dilbert, Dogbert and a network administrator discuss frivolous communications.
Technology, e-mail, network administrator, communication, Dilbert, Dogbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 45

1995-05-11
Dilbert, Wally and another engineer decide how to pay for the cheque at a restaurant.
Engineer, cheque, salmon, calculator watch, water, tip, restaurant, Dilbert, Wally, engineer, waitress

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 46

1995-05-12
The Boss provides a motivational speaker for the staff.
Leadership, motivational speaker, discount speakers bureau, slow class, fire, bonus, Boss, Dilbert, speaker, Alice

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 46

1995-05-13
Ratbert interviews Dogbert to write a book about successful people.
Creativity, success, interview, write a book, alarm clock, Jello, advice, pillow, author, Ratbert, Dogbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 46

1995-05-14
The engineers must list their accomplishments to get raises.
Management, accomplishment, favouritism, lie, raise, achievement, Boss, Wally, Dilbert, Alice

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 47

1995-05-15
Dilbert asks the Boss how to get approval for his business case for a web server.
Administration, web server, approval, business case, Griffin, finance, Dilbert, Boss

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 48

1995-05-16
The Marketing VP decides whether to approve Dilbert's business case.
Marketing, approval, power, stallion, vice president, wife, business case, sex, marketing VP, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 48

1995-05-17
Dilbert asks overworked Tom to approve his business case.
Administration, business case, approval, productivity, ignore, paper, doom, Dilbert, Tom

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 48

1995-05-18
Dilbert tells how he distributed his business case, Dogbert says how he wants to use Dilbert's corpse.
Administration, business case, approval, irrelevant, die, bury, cremate, mail, Dilbert, Dogbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 49

1995-05-19
Wally suggests eliminating the security department to improve the return-on-assets ratio.
Leadership, return-on-assets, security, furniture, Boss, Wally, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 49

1995-05-20
Dilbert complains the Boss never answered an e-mail.
Technology, e-mail, print, hard copy, papyrus, pyramid, UFO, low tech, Dilbert, Boss

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 49

1995-05-21
The company's vision is clear but the business plan is confidential.
Management, company vision, business plan, confidential, yell, empower, doom, Boss, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 50

1995-05-22
The Boss explains the policy on employment and salaries.
Leadership, employ, technical professionals, industry average, salary, bright, clueless, Boss, Dilbert, Wally, Alice

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 51

1995-05-23
Dilbert employs Dogbert for public relations to get a raise.
Leadership, salary, public relations, cancer, baby, objectives, engineer, Dilbert, Dogbert, Boss

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 51

1995-05-24
Dilbert sends voice-mail to the Boss at 4 A.M.
Leadership, long hours, underwear, voicemail, telephone, Dogbert, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 51

1995-05-25
Dilbert tells Dogbert about his greatest accomplishment.
Leadership, accomplishment, raise, draft, straw man, re-engineer, process, owl, laptop computer, woodland habitat, Dogbert, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 52

1995-05-26
Dilbert uses the Boss's ignorance to impress him.
Leadership, ignorance, accomplishment, Barney, secret identity, Dogbert, Boss, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 52

1995-05-27
Dilbert dreams of flying over fields of heather.
Leadership, dream, field, heather, freedom, CEO, Dilbert, Heather, Boss, Alice, CEO

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 52

1995-05-28
Dilbert is put on project BIFF -- which will increase profits without spending money or changing anything.
Project, Project BIFF, profit, lava lamp, report, recommendation, report, Boss, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 53

1995-05-29
The Boss decides to be a hands-on manager.
Leadership, hands-on, mouse, mouse click, long day, micro manage, Boss, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 54

1995-05-30
The Boss asks Dilbert about the mandatory training for business ethics.
Leadership, training, ethics, decorate, common sense, Boss, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 54

1995-05-31
The Boss asks Dilbert about the doll that looks just like him.
Leadership, doll, emotional lift, abuse, Boss, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 54