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2007-11-01
Ratbert says he's always wrong about everything. Dogbert advises him to shop because the customer is always right.

2007-11-02
Ratbert tries to buy snow tires for a refrigerator in a lingerie shop.

2007-11-03
The Boss asks Dilbert to bring him solutions instead of problems.

2007-11-04
Wally prevents Asok from talking directly with the VP of Sales. He must use the chain of command instead.

2007-11-05
A sales rep says the quoted price includes everything. Dilbert asks about taxes, shipping, cables, upgrades, maintenance and insurance.

2007-11-06
Alice suggests Dilbert check with Ted to see if he knows about that sort of thing.

2007-11-07
The Boss says their new strategy has never worked for anyone before, so will give them the element of surprise.

2007-11-08
Dilbert says he needs a bar code scanner to finished his lab tests. The Boss gives him many hurdles to clear before getting one.

2007-11-09
The Boss asks when Dilbert can provide his status report for the project.

2007-11-10
A new co-worker said everything was done better at his old company.

2007-11-11
Tina asks Wally for comments on her article. Wally puts her off with excuses.

2007-11-12
Asok must fill in at tech support for a few days. His job will be to slow the customer down.

2007-11-13
The Boss doesn't understand anything Dilbert does, so assumes it's all useless.

2007-11-14
Asok tries to develop a good attitude about his work, even busywork.

2007-11-15
The Boss says they program their website using a fast guy in tights an a movie about coffee. Dilbert says it's flash and javascript.

2007-11-16
Mordac believes security is more important than usability and in a perfect world, no one could use anything.

2007-11-17
Mordac shows Dilbert the newest biometric scanner, a head clamp to make him scream.

2007-11-18
Dilbert talks to students on career day. Engineers explain things to idiots. Then idiots misinterpret things engineers say.

2007-11-19
Dogbert offers two alternatives. Lies for $400 per hour or the truth for $200.

2007-11-20
Dilbert wants to order pens. Carol says it's impossible because it takes a pen to fill in the form to order pens.

2007-11-21
A co-worker says the backup server is overkill. Dilbert says the document says the opposite.

2007-11-22
The company will become more family-friendly. And they'll be openly hostile to single people.

2007-11-23
Carol wants to take advantage of the family friendly policy by looking after her kids.

2007-11-24
Dilbert asks a job candidate why they should hire a person who has lots of spelling errors on his resume.

2007-11-25
The Boss asks Dilbert to do something but doesn't have time to explain what it is properly.

2007-11-26
The Boss says they'll try agile programming. No more planning or documentation. Just write code and complain.

2007-11-27
The Boss says Tina's pay will be based on the number of pages she writes. So she says she'll produce a high volume of low quality pages.

2007-11-28
Tina produces lots of writing. It was easier after she realised accuracy and clarity are optional.

2007-11-29
Wally grows a goatee. He's using his powers of extreme uncoolness to make others' goatees go away.

2007-11-30
Dogbert's tech support says he's never seen the caller's problem before, so he must be a liar or crazy.