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1995-08-01
Dilbert encourages Ratbert to apply for a temp job at work.
Start of saga: Ratbert the Temp.
Management, temp, respect, love, learning curve, office, secretary, Dilbert, Ratbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 81

1995-08-02
Ratbert applies to be a temp employee.
Management, temp, interview, candidate, blink, nuts, balance of power, Ratbert, hiring person

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 81

1995-08-03
Dilbert welcomes Ratbert to the company as a temp worker.
Management, temp, cardboard box, eye contact, security guard, company car, Dilbert, Ratbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 82

1995-08-04
Ratbert tries to raise his sense of self-worth as a temp worker.
Management, temp, self-worth, respect, talent, cardboard box, eye contact, rubber, disease, opera, Ratbert, Dilbert, Wally

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 82

1995-08-05
Ratbert demands respect as a temp worker, or at least eye contact.
Management, temp, respect, eye contact, cardboard box, peripheral vision, Ratbert, Boss

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 82

1995-08-06
The Boss comes with Dilbert to see a customer and destroys the relationship.
Management, evil, meeting, customer, strategy, Internet access, tour, cancel, funding, synergy, win-win, couch, Boss, Dilbert, customer, therapist

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 83

1995-08-07
Catbert creates new policies to annoy the employees.
Start of saga: Dress Code.
Fashion, dress code, insane, policy, employee, Catbert, Dilbert, Wally

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 84

1995-08-08
Catbert explains the new company dress code to Alice.
Fashion, dress code, insane, casual, Friday, jeans, sadism, human resources, panty lines, policy, Alice, Catbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 84

1995-08-09
Wally teases Alice about her one pair of tan pants.
Fashion, dress code, casual, Friday, tan pants, engineer, twins, polka-dot shirt, Wally, Alice, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 84

1995-08-10
The Boss describes his plan to form a self-directed team.
Management, teamwork, self-directed, team, disrespect, hate, micro manage, plan, presentation, projector, Boss, Wally, Alice, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 85

1995-08-11
The Boss describes his plan to reorganise the department into fast-moving teams.
Management, teamwork, team, fast moving, plan, powerless, serf, g-force, experience, Boss, Wally, Alice, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 85

1995-08-12
Dilbert shows his career development plan to the Boss.
Management, career development, plan, emergency, ping-pong, clothes dryer, fax, resign, humour, human resources, Dilbert, Boss

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 85

1995-08-13
Marketing gets an idea to build ant farms.
Management, marketing, engineer, ant farm, spreadsheet, NPV, assumption, presentation, doom, Dogbert, marketing guy, Boss, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 86

1995-08-14
Dilbert doubts his existence because of the ongoing dehumanisation from his job.
Office Politics, dehumanisation, invisible, pager, battery, Dilbert, Boss, Wally

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 87

1995-08-15
Dilbert complains he's invisible, and asks Dogbert how to fix this.
Start of saga: Dilbert becomes invisible.
Office Politics, dehumanisation, invisible, bag on head, fix, Dilbert, Dogbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 87

1995-08-16
Dogbert advises Dilbert to carry Ratbert on his back so people can see and hear him.
Office Politics, invisible, symbiosis, Colombian coffee, coffee cup, Dogbert, Ratbert, Wally, Alice

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 87

1995-08-17
Ratbert tries to convince the Boss Dilbert is not invisible.
Office Politics, invisible, floating in midair, bad attitude, quality meeting, squirrel, Ratbert, Boss, beaver

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 88

1995-08-18
Dilbert describes how he increased his visibility at work.
Office Politics, visibility, invisible, increased visibility, Dilbert, Dogbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 88

1995-08-19
The Boss goes to a meeting with other uninformed managers.
Management, meeting, uninformed managers, Dilbert, Alice, Boss

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 88

1995-08-20
The Boss and a product manager discuss new features for a product.
Marketing, software interface, operating system, concurrent development, anti-gravity, holographic agent, pessimism, performance review, omnipotent, skull, spine, skeleton, Dilbert, product manager, Boss, Wally

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 89

1995-08-21
Dilbert's expense report was rejected by Accounting.
Start of saga: Dilbert visits Accounting.
Accounting, expense report, pathetic, philosophy, voucher, cave, stalagtite, stalagmite, Dilbert, secretary

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 90

1995-08-22
Dilbert goes to the accounting department to answer questions about his expense report.
Accounting, accounting department, soul, expense report, voucher, Dilbert, accounting troll

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 90

1995-08-23
Dilbert answers questions about his expense report.
Accounting, accounting department, idiot, expense report, voucher, sadism, rope, hang upside-down, lava, humanoid, answer, accounting troll, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 90

1995-08-24
Accounting criticises Dilbert for his meal costs on his expense report.
Accounting, accounting department, meals, expense report, voucher, pigeon, stun, briefcase, wool, rope, hang upside-down, lava, accounting troll, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 91

1995-08-25
Dogbert frees Dilbert from the accounting department.
Accounting, accounting department, trap, expense report, voucher, cap, paradigm, clutch, rope, hang upside-down, spear, guard, lava, Dogbert, accounting troll, Dilbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 91

1995-08-26
Bob feels self-conscious because his brain is so tiny.
Personal, brain, tiny, self-conscious, ear wax, Bob, Dogbert

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 91

1995-08-27
The Boss asks Dilbert and Wally to make design changes to a product.
Engineer, design, laws of physics, radiation, beta test, Boss, Dilbert, Wally

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 92

1995-08-28
The Boss asks Tina to write documentation for a product that doesn't exist yet.
Technology, documentation, logical guess, Microsoft, lock up, tech support, Boss, Tina

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 93

1995-08-29
Dogbert tweaks Tina about the Venus de Milo statue.
Office Politics, tweak, brittle, insult, Venus de Milo, heavy objects, tease, gender, Dogbert, Dilbert, Tina

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 93

1995-08-30
Dogbert tweaks Tina about the Thelma and Louise movie.
Office Politics, tweak, tease, Thelma and Louise, bad drivers, Three Stooges, Dogbert, Tina

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 93

1995-08-31
Dogbert tweaks Tina about technical writing.
Office Politics, tweak, tease, technical writer, word processing, organisation chart, Dogbert, Tina, Boss

Book: Casual Day has Gone Too Far, page: 94