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2007-09-01
The Boss made a typo in the budget so Dilbert can't get hardware or software for the lab.

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2007-09-02
Dilbert is to mentor the new intern -- the CEO's son.

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2007-09-03
The Boss hires three hundred people to complete a project that will take three hundred man days.

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2007-09-04
Asok completed his work and asks for more. The Boss asks him to create a document and route it around for approval.

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2007-09-05
An Elbonian with a skunk asks for directions to the microwave.

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2007-09-06
Carl is fired because he's totally incompetent at everything.

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2007-09-07
Carl is to train Dilbert on how to do his job after being fired for gross incompetence.

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2007-09-08
Dilbert's new circuit design is worse than the old one, the Boss hears.

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2007-09-09
Asok didn't finish his tasks for the meeting so Wally gives him a powerful anti-meeting spell.

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2007-09-10
Dogbert gets campaign support from the military industrial complex.

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2007-09-11
The Boss asks Alice to see him at the end of the day but she's worried when he doesn't say why.

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2007-09-12
People complain about how Wally opens a security door -- by putting his card in his front pocket and thrusting it at the sensor.

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2007-09-13
The Boss says they can't compete on price, quality, features or service.

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2007-09-14
The new VP of marketing promises to improve revenues by ten billion percent.

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2007-09-15
Dogbert spraypaints the roadkill by using dishonesty.
Note: On his blog, Scott Adams showed a panel with different dialog.

Book: This is the Part Where You Pretend to Add Value, page: 80

2007-09-16
A negotiator isn't authorised to make any changes to the contract, so wears people down.

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2007-09-17
Dogbert translates technical terms into marketing language.

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2007-09-18
The head of public relations has to explain Dogbert's marketing claims.

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2007-09-19
A co-worker brags to Alice about getting a window cubicle.

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2007-09-20
Dilbert tells his date he saw a documentary about bugs.

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2007-09-21
Wally says he needs constant supervision so didn't get the cost estimates.

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2007-09-22
Carol hasn't updated the org chart because she keeps waiting for it to become important.

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2007-09-23
The product design is worse than the old design, but the designer didn't know it was supposed to be better.

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2007-09-24
Dogbert makes a campaign promise to never make decisions based on opinion polls.

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2007-09-25
Dogbert promises a potential political donor to run the bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms.

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2007-09-26
Dilbert despairs none of his efforts will mean anything.

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2007-09-27
The Boss does some generic management and inquires about the talk to whats-his-name about the thing.

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2007-09-28
Wally is late because he'll work unverifiable hours after the Boss leaves.

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2007-09-29
Catbert questions Wally about his loyalty to the company. He uses phrasing to confuse the issue.

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2007-09-30
Dilbert does carpet fishing in his cubicle. He uses a grid on the carpet and a randomising program on his computer.

Book: This is the Part Where You Pretend to Add Value, page: 87