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2001-06-01
Asok doesn't ask enough questions in meetings so he doesn't get a raise, the Boss says.
Performance Review, raise, ask, question, meeting, care, thirst for knowledge, wood, Boss, Asok, Alice, Dilbert, Wally

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 58

2001-06-02
Alice wants the engineers to read the set-up instructions before unpacking the new device. Dilbert doesn't want to.
Technology, set-up instructions, read, engineer, slurping sounds, grab, coffee, robot arm, documentation, Alice, Dilbert, Wally

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 58

2001-06-03
The Boss wants to fire all consultants to save money. Brian the consultant is to transfer his knowledge to Flossie.
Consultant, fire, save money, highly technical work, knowledge transfer, shake hands, borrow, pencil, greeting ritual, brain overload, purge, information, raise rates, Boss, Brian, Flossie

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 59

2001-06-04
Wally wants to know the lowest ratio of work-to-gabbing that can still be considered as work.
Professional, ratio, work-to-gabbing, talking about work, enjoy, Wally, Dilbert

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 60

2001-06-05
The Boss announces an advertising cutback to boost earnings.
Management, cut back, advertising, earnings boost, mass exodus, doorway jam, meeting, Boss, Dilbert, Wally, security guard, Carol, Asok, Alice

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 60

2001-06-06
Dogbert assigns a motto to Dilbert: dance like it hurts, love like you need money, work when people are watching.
Family, motto, assign, contract, Dogbert, Dilbert

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 60

2001-06-07
Dogbert can assign mottoes, nicknames and political preferences to Dilbert, the contract states.
Family, motto, nickname, contract, political preferences, demand, sign, Skippy, communist, Dogbert, Dilbert

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 61

2001-06-08
Dilbert asks the Boss if he has looked at the travel request yet.
Management, travel request, approve, assume, being useless, Olympic sport, Dilbert, Boss

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 61

2001-06-09
Dilbert wonders how to escape from a co-worker and decides to gnaw off his own arm.
Office Politics, blah, trap, cubicle, boring, gnaw, escape, bandage, Dilbert, Dogbert, co-worker

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 61

2001-06-10
Dilbert says the Parrot man's idea won't work. The Parrot man repeats Dilberts criticism back to Dilbert.
Office Politics, Defective Co-Workers Hall of Shame, criticism, idea, component, proximity, overheat, detail, heat, moron, clicking sound, urge, sunflower seed, hall of fame, Dilbert, Parrot man

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 62

2001-06-11
The Boss wants everyone to work sixteen hours a day.
Start of saga: everyone works longer hours
Management, expectation, sixteen, tired, meeting, listen, Boss, Dilbert, Wally, Alice

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 63

2001-06-12
The Boss asks Dilbert why he is leaving at seven o'clock. Dilbert says his work is done.
Management, leave, finish, work, complete, exercise in futility, Boss, Dilbert

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 63

2001-06-13
The Boss asks Alice why she's leaving early. She has already worked 80 hours this week.
Management, leave, early, eighty hours, doctor appointment, female problem, detail, trench coat, Boss, Alice

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 63

2001-06-14
Wally says he's running out of things to say, so he must repeat himself.
Office Politics, running out, things to say, repeat, airtime, Wally, Dilbert

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 64

2001-06-15
Alice complains a meeting stole two hours of her life.
Meeting, develop, time-to-market, benchmark, framework, stole, life, outburst, yell, Boss, Alice, Wally

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 64

2001-06-16
Dilbert says his original product design was valuable, but thanks to teamwork, it has no actual features anymore.
Presentation, design, product, hole in the market, teamwork, feature, fantasy, co-worker, squirrel, diagram, Dilbert

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 64

2001-06-17
Dilbert says a bug in their software will send an insulting e-mail to your mother every Sunday.
Technology, bug, software, e-mail, address book, mother, Sunday, message, compare, face, animal, money, telephone, miserable, diagram, Dilbert, Boss, Carol, Wally, Alice

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 65

2001-06-18
The Boss schedules Dilbert for a Monday morning meeting, but Dilbert protests saying he'd have to travel all day Sunday.
Start of saga: Dilbert travels
Travel, meeting, steal, life, Monday, Sunday, reschedule, social plan, ouch, bathrobe, Boss, Dilbert, Dogbert

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 66

2001-06-19
Dilbert gets to sit in the co-pilot's seat because the flight is overbooked.
Travel, overbook, agent, check-in, 747, co-pilot, fly, chiropractor, check-in agent, Dilbert, pilot

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 66

2001-06-20
Dilbert checks into a hotel. The room is cheap but the mini-bar is expensive.
Travel, check-in, hotel, room, mini-bar, motion detector, hide, bed, refrigerator, desk clerk, Dilbert

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 66

2001-06-21
Dilbert makes excuses for dining alone at a restaurant, but the waitress is suspicious he is a loser.
Travel, restaurant, loser, date, business traveller, girlfriend, order, challenge, bluff, Dilbert, waitress

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 67

2001-06-22
Dilbert orders a meal at a restaurant. The waitress wants him to promise not to build a log cabin with penne pasta.
Travel, restaurant, order, menu, tip, food, penne pasta, log cabin, promise, situation, Dilbert, waitress

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 67

2001-06-23
Dilbert arrives home from his trip to find Dogbert had hired a temp to replace him.
Travel, home, arrive, time sheet, permanent position, call, mask, replacement, Dilbert, Dogbert, temp

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 67

2001-06-24
E-mail is down so the staff copes in various ways. Dilbert wants to build a fire and Ming wants a hug.
Technology, e-mail, down, panic, ancient, smoke signals, hug, least satisfying, coffee, Dilbert, Ming, Wally

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 68

2001-06-25
Marketing's acronyms aren't the same as Engineering's. Asok did a task for Marketing but didn't get it right.
Meeting, marketing, ORD, BGG, QRB, acronym, version, nudity, example, Asok

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 69

2001-06-26
Dogbert decides to become a perfectionist so he can have more reasons to hate people.
Family, perfectionist, decide, reason, hate, people, rock, erode, Dogbert, Dilbert

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 69

2001-06-27
The Boss wants to have a meeting to discuss employee retention. Dilbert says people quit because of too many useless meetings.
Meeting, employee, retention, discuss, quit, reason, Boss, Dilbert

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 69

2001-06-28
The Boss wants to do more with less. Wally throws back an equally meaningless phrase.
Meeting, do more with less, work smarter, broaden our focus, meaning, leadership, Boss, Wally, Dilbert

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 70

2001-06-29
The Boss asks Carol to fill in for the receptionist.
Secretary, fill in, receptionist, first impression, face, food, offer, eat, Boss, Carol, visitor

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 70

2001-06-30
The Boss invites the engineers to a meeting with Marketing just so he's not outnumbered by the other side.
Meeting, body, outnumber, marketing, side, dummy, Boss, Dilbert, marketing guy, Wally

Book: Another Day in Cubicle Paradise, page: 70