Tip: You can download the DSI, which is the source for these strip descriptions. It's at the downloads page.

2007-04-01
Dilbert has trouble talking with the Boss because he's always busy.

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2007-04-02
The Boss tells everyone the department will be eliminated because the CEO doesn't know what they do.

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2007-04-03
The Boss asks Asok to create some slides to describe what the department does and use a process called lying.

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2007-04-04
Wally recommends dishonesty when quantifying the benefits of the department.

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2007-04-05
Dogbert can quantify the unquantifiable.

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2007-04-06
Dogbert the quantifier recommends making absurd claims while hoping no one asks questions.

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2007-04-07
Dogbert the quantifier says an artist is worth $85.

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2007-04-08
If Dilbert invented something to give him unlimited power, Dogbert would kill him and take it.

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2007-04-09
Catbert hired two for Dilbert's project -- a mumbler and hard of hearing.

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2007-04-10
Tina says Dilbert's success diminishes her.

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2007-04-11
Alice wants comments by e-mail because Ted might change his story later.

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2007-04-12
Ted denies seeing the design but Alice shows him his comments.

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2007-04-13
Tina wants to know why engineers are paid more than technical writers.

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2007-04-14
Tina enjoys pointing out Dilbert's mistakes.

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2007-04-15
The company lawyer says it's hard to find a product name. The good ones are taken and so are the bad ones.

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2007-04-16
Dilbert spends his time planning and scheduling work, and explaining why he never has time to do actual work.

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2007-04-17
Wally sells his remaining soul to Catbert for a doughnut.

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2007-04-18
Catbert detects a glimmer of hope in Dilbert.

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2007-04-19
Catbert detects a reincarnated soul in Asok and fixes it so next time the soul can't escape his dead body.

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2007-04-20
The new product can download pictures, smells, tastes and celebrity tickling patterns.

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2007-04-21
The new product is so good people starve to death while using it, Dilbert tells his date.

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2007-04-22
Half the department will be outsourced, but the Boss can't tell anyone.

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2007-04-23
It has been a long meeting and Alice is anxious to wrap it up so prevents other issues from being raised.

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2007-04-24
Alice has a bad case of chair buttocks but can still lead a normal life.
Note: An early version of the strip shows Alice on her hands and knees on the doctor's table. There's also a closeup cropped image showing the doctor's face up Alice's butt. The published version shows Alice leaning over a table and the Doctor farther away.

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2007-04-25
A doctor shows Alice normal buttocks and compares to her box-shaped ones.

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2007-04-26
The Boss is starting a blog about the business and asks Tina to write it.

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2007-04-27
Tina's blog post for the Boss isn't witty enough, he says.

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2007-04-28
The CEO tells the Boss the Boss's blog has become an embarrassment to the company.

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2007-04-29
The Boss wants to show off a concept product, similar to concept cars from automotive companies.

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2007-04-30
Dogbert is getting Elbonians to make running shoes in Dilbert's basement.

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