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2009-06-01
Wally says he couldn't do any work because he doesn't have a charge code.

2009-06-02
The Boss asks for some one-on-one meetings so he can practise his new dismissive scoffing sound.

2009-06-03
Dogbert hires Ratbert to be his new VP of sales. Ratbert is to set impossible goals and punish for failing.

2009-06-04
Ratbert gets a scary salesman to be less pitchforkable.

2009-06-05
Ratbert accompanies Humphrey on a sales call so Humphrey can learn from the master.

2009-06-06
Ratbert disciplines Humphrey for not meeting his sales quota.

2009-06-07
Dilbert comes across the Boss in a hallway meeting. The Boss avoids him so Dilbert assumes he's up for a layoff.

2009-06-08
Scott collects for his own birthday present.

2009-06-09
The Boss says he attended a circle of excellence conference for managers.

2009-06-10
The Boss lays off Ted because business is slow.

2009-06-11
Dogbert the CEO says the strategy will be executed in the usual way -- delegation to the untalented.

2009-06-12
Dogbert the CEO says he will take a base pay of one dollar per year plus stock incentives.

2009-06-13
Bob and Ratbert serve as Dogbert's executive compensation committee.

2009-06-14
Dogbert interviews applicants for a commission-only sales position and requires the applicant purchase a laptop for the job.

2009-06-15
Dogbert considers becoming a Somalian pirate.

2009-06-16
Dogbert announces he will become a Somalian pirate and will kidnap employees for ransom.

2009-06-17
An executive complains it's a conflict of interest for Dogbert to be a CEO and a pirate who kidnaps employees.

2009-06-18
Dilbert meets a woman who says she only meets men at online dating sites to filter the losers.

2009-06-19
Dilbert says a woman has crazy eyes, and eyes are a mirror of the soul.

2009-06-20
Wally tells the Boss he wants to be like the Boss -- worthless and overpaid.

2009-06-21
The Boss tries to find an acting manager while he's on vacation. Everyone except Wally has commitments.

2009-06-22
The Boss tells Dilbert they can only fix high-priority bugs. Dilbert says all bugs should be fixed otherwise the software is useless.

2009-06-23
Dogbert says he pays too much taxes and seeks help from the company physicist and lawyer.

2009-06-24
An auditor arrives in Dogbert's office.

2009-06-25
An auditor questions Dogbert's claim of being exempt from taxes because the company is incorporated in Heaven.

2009-06-26
Ted says he can't afford his mortgage because of his pay cut.

2009-06-27
Catbert says the reason to come to work is to avoid not having any money.

2009-06-28
Dogbert says the company will get into the executive recruiting business.

2009-06-29
Dilbert tells the Boss online reviews of their product are awful.

2009-06-30
Wally has another work-avoidance tool -- to randomly send yes/no questions to the Boss.