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2006-11-01
Marketing asks for Wally's help on the new product. The product is worthless, too.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 66

2006-11-02
Wally sees the new product, which just occupies space and smells bad. They need a name for the product.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 67

2006-11-03
Ninety percent of the customers want to beat Wally to death with his stupid product.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 67

2006-11-04
Wally designs product collateral by comparing their product to even worse products.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 67

2006-11-05
Dogbert shows how to use your incompetence to achieve your career goals.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 68

2006-11-06
Dilbert discovers a dead co-worker in a cubicle.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 69

2006-11-07
Alice discovers a dead person in his cubicle. Dilbert had already seen him.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 69

2006-11-08
Wally stops by a dead co-workers cubicle to find out for sure if he's dead.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 69

2006-11-09
Carol reports to the Boss one of the employees is dead.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 70

2006-11-10
The Boss asks Dilbert to get data from a co-worker who doesn't answer his phone or e-mail.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 70

2006-11-11
Dilbert asks Dogbert how to get data from an unreachable guy. Dogbert says to just make up the data.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 70

2006-11-12
The Boss introduces his team to someone who will be making a proposal.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 71

2006-11-13
Topper says he strangled 900 insurgents with his bare hands.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 72

2006-11-14
Topper says he passed a kidney stone the size of a small horse.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 72

2006-11-15
Topper says he used too much tanning spray and Brand and Angelina adopted him.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 72

2006-11-16
Tina rewrites the project scope instead of just updating the project status.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 73

2006-11-17
Since the project scope was changed a team member asks to get off the project.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 73

2006-11-18
Dilbert says he doesn't have enough resources to do the project. The Boss says the project isn't important and neither is Dilbert.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 73

2006-11-19
Dilbert asks his date if she likes conversation. They can't agree on a good topic, though.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 74

2006-11-20
Alice meets a marketing guy who talks out of the ass on his head.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 75

2006-11-21
Dilbert asks a marketing guy for data on customer preferences. The marketing guy pulls it out of his ass on the top of his head.
Note: An early version showed the marketing guy ass on his head. The published version covered up the ass with underpants.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 75

2006-11-22
Dilbert combines lies from marketing with the Boss's assumptions and then factors in reality.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 75

2006-11-23
Dilbert meets a new, older, experienced employee.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 76

2006-11-24
Asok meets an older employee. The Boss asks Asok to explain what computers are.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 76

2006-11-25
The older employee says he didn't have ipods, cell phones, video games or computers when he was young.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 76

2006-11-26
The Boss introduces Six Sigma, the new methodology. Dilbert says it was a fad discredited years ago.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 77

2006-11-27
The Boss asks Asok to get the client a "little bit pregnant."

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 78

2006-11-28
Dilbert helps a co-worker solve an engineering problem he's been working on for six months.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 78

2006-11-29
An accounting troll says they might need to restate the earnings. It turns out they're not allowed to make up numbers.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 78

2006-11-30
A news report says the company restated its earnings from a few frillion to a loss of a billion. Dilbert thinks it's humiliating.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 79