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2000-07-01
A suspicious-looking employee asks Ratbert, the company concierge, for an alibi.
Office Politics, alibi, police, truth, break, lye, barrel, crime, murder, employee, Ratbert

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 34

2000-07-02
Dilbert doesn't believe the data being presented and he takes issue with it.
Meeting, presentation, system failure, software, data, actionable, practical value, crime, guilty, awkward, interest, ugly, incident, Ted, Dilbert, Wally

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 35

2000-07-03
The Boss introduces Lulu who has no sense of proportion for problems.
Start of saga: Lulu has no sense of proportion for problems.
Character, normal, sense, proportion, problem, funny, Boss, Dilbert, Lulu

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 36

2000-07-04
The Adventures of Lulu: the Boss gives Lulu an assignment.
Character, proportion, assignment, war, scream, hate, sense, Lulu, Boss

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 36

2000-07-05
Lulu asks for help with her assignment because it's a huge crisis.
Character, proportion, crisis, assignment, wonder, God, soften, smite, static guard, lightning, Lulu, Dilbert

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 36

2000-07-06
Lulu complains her project was in a death spiral until she reorganised her filing system.
Character, project, proportion, death spiral, meeting, leap, action, reorganise, filing system, stress, Lulu, Boss, Dilbert

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 37

2000-07-07
Lulu wins the employee of the month award.
Character, proportion, employee of the month, win, odds, award, random, protest, taint, victory, Boss, Lulu, Wally, Dilbert, Alice

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 37

2000-07-08
Alice tells Lulu her project is stalled waiting for Lulu's input.
Character, proportion, project, stall, input, now, jaw, unhinge, mad, fright, hoagie, lunch, Alice, Lulu, Asok, Wally

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 37

2000-07-09
Asok presents his idea for creating human simulations from DNA samples.
Technology, presentation, software, human simulation, DNA, sample, market application, genome, map, dating, simulation, watch, computer, button, feed, punish, diagram, Asok, Boss, Wally, Dilbert

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 38

2000-07-10
The Boss asks Dilbert to write his own performance evaluation, and tells him what raise to shoot for.
Performance Review, write, do it yourself, raise, invention, billion, dollar, steal, Boss, Dilbert

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 39

2000-07-11
Dogbert wants the Boss to hire him as a consultant for web strategy.
Dogbert-Schemes, free sample, management, idiot, web strategy, recommend, change company name, Dogbert, Boss

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 39

2000-07-12
The Boss buys a used consulting report from Dogbert. He will assign rights for DOS to Microsoft.
Dogbert-Schemes, consulting report, used, exclusive rights, DOS, Microsoft, good feeling, Boss, Dogbert, Wally, Dilbert

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 39

2000-07-13
Dogbert offers to bean the CEO with a golf ball -- for a price.
Dogbert-Schemes, CEO, golf, dollar, bean, ball, helmet, clubhouse, Dogbert, Boss

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 40

2000-07-14
Asok hits the outer boundaries in describing his week.
Meeting, staff meeting, render, useless, stress, bad management, cafeteria, inappropriate, terrific job, middle ground, Asok, Dilbert, Boss

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 40

2000-07-15
Asok asks Wally for advice on how to deal with stress.
Health, stress, excuse, exercise, Good Thing, advice, Asok, Wally

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 40

2000-07-16
Dilbert complains the Boss's plan is impractical. The Boss says it isn't worth doing if it isn't hard.
Philosophy, plan, impractical, management, hard, walk, hop, recant, absurd, bow, reason, Dilbert, Boss

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 41

2000-07-17
The Boss wonders why Dilbert won't release information to Marketing.
Dogbert-Schemes, marketing, information, respect, decline, invitation, hallucination, join, system, bah, Boss, Dilbert, Dogbert

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 42

2000-07-18
Ted gets a t-shirt with a target printed on it for an achievement award.
Downsizing, award, t-shirt, achievement, agenda, staff cuts, target, Boss, Ted

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 42

2000-07-19
All satellites will be de-orbited and turned into flaming balls hurtling toward Earth, the Boss says.
Technology, shut down, global communication, de-orbit, satellite, flame ball, Earth, city, swimming pool, presentation, Boss, Dilbert, Wally, Alice

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 42

2000-07-20
A reporter gets hit with a falling satellite just as he was about to identify the responsible company.
Technology, news, television, satellite, investigation, behind, whump, plan, assassinate, accident, Boss, news reader, Dilbert

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 43

2000-07-21
Dilbert is tired of not being respected and plans to send out his resume.
Professional, respect, work, resume, company, place, wonder, Dilbert, Dogbert

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 43

2000-07-22
Dilbert finishes updating his resume to send to a company in an undesirable location.
Professional, resume, computer, slave, potential, location, sarcasm, supportiveness, Dilbert, Dogbert

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 43

2000-07-23
The new CIO, a baby, meets the engineers at a meeting. He answers the call of nature in mid-meeting.
Management, baby, young, integrate, meeting, e-commerce, plan, nature calls, diaper, soil, decentralise, procurement, gramps, Alice, Dilbert, CIO, Asok

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 44

2000-07-24
The project has finished ahead of schedule, the project manager announces. Dilbert wants to know which schedule.
Project, finish, schedule, original, question, meeting, revision, calendar, change, project manager, Dilbert, Wally

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 45

2000-07-25
A technician from I.S. comes into Tina's cubicle and takes over her computer.
Start of saga: Tina's computer gets upgraded.
Corporate Services, IS, upgrade, reformat, computer, hard drive, guilt, tool, circuit board, technician, Tina

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 45

2000-07-26
The I.S. technician hides under Tina's desk for three days.
Corporate Services, IS, desk, upgrade, computer, hide, food, licorice, feed, Wally, Tina, technician

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 45

2000-07-27
The IS technician breaks Tina's computer when he upgraded it.
Corporate Services, IS, upgrade, broke, ahead, broken, fast, computer, tool, technician, Tina

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 46

2000-07-28
Dilbert finishes upgrading the sales support network. A sales person complains he can't unlock his Lexus anymore.
Office Politics, upgrade, sales, support, network, Lexus, unlock, own, look like, sales rep, Dilbert

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 46

2000-07-29
The Boss complains his computer screen is fuzzy.
Technology, computer, screen, fuzzy, fiddle, clean, handkerchief, flu, subject, monitor, Boss, Dilbert

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 46

2000-07-30
The Boss and Dilbert interview Paul, who claims to have invented e-commerce.
Personnel, interview, candidate, invent, e-commerce, teach, lie, engineer, hire, Boss, Dilbert, Paul

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 47

2000-07-31
Catbert tells Asok he needs approval for any outside jobs.
Personnel, approval, outside job, realise, control, life, think, predict, Catbert, Asok

Book: When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View?, page: 48