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2009-12-01
A vendor shows Dilbert a product has 9,000 options. Dilbert complains there are too many options to study.

2009-12-02
Dogbert is stepping down as CEO and the interim replacement is a dried up corpse.

2009-12-03
Wally shows a presentation on why he wasn't able to prepare his presentation.
Note: This strip is #7 on Scott's list of 10 favourite strips.

2009-12-04
Dilbert shows the Boss a mountain of facts to support his recommendation, and gives the Boss a thimble to wear as a hat.

2009-12-05
The new marketing director is a demon, who will make product pricing impossible to understand.

2009-12-06
The engineers are to cold-call ten people every day, to help prop up lagging sales.

2009-12-07
A co-worker asks Dilbert for a project estimate, but can't provide a scope or design.

2009-12-08
Dilbert's project plan is approved after eight months, but it's too late because technology has changed, and competitors have leapfrogged them.

2009-12-09
The Boss says they can catch up to their competitors in a year, if they work really hard.
Note: This strip is #6 on Scott's list of 10 favourite strips.

2009-12-10
A customer wants to send requirements by fax, although that's an obsolete way to do it.

2009-12-11
A woman at a party asks Dilbert to call her some time. Dilbert wants to analyse her business card first.

2009-12-12
Asok complains his enormous technical expertise is not useful for the trivial tasks he gets.

2009-12-13
A co-worker asks for Wally's opinion. Wally wants a project charge code even though it will only take a minute.

2009-12-14
Alice let off some steam by punching putting her fist through a computer monitor.

2009-12-15
After Alice punches a monitor, a broken printer starts working.

2009-12-16
Wally asks whether he should spend his time planning or plunge into his project with aggressive randomness.

2009-12-17
A co-worker asks Alice her opinion of a plan. She says it is impractical and concocted by mediocre minds.

2009-12-18
Wally tells the Boss his hearing aid fell in the toilet and his e-mail filter is aggressive.

2009-12-19
A vendor submits an invoice for twice as much as the bid. He says they lied to win the bid.

2009-12-20
Tina asks Carol for a new stapler because too many people have touched it.

2009-12-21
A co-worker says he's an artist and just works here to pay the bills.

2009-12-22
The customer wants features the company can't possible deliver. The Boss asks Dilbert to say they can anyway.

2009-12-23
Dilbert tells his date she made many inaccurate statements so he will e-mail links to correct her.

2009-12-24
The engineers pooled their bonus cheques to get the Boss a gift. The gift box is empty.

2009-12-25
Dilbert and Dogbert give each other one hundred dollars for Christmas.

2009-12-26
Dilbert says they can either watch a cooking show or an action movie.

2009-12-27
Silent Gary helps the engineers decide whether to use open source software as their support platform.

2009-12-28
Dilbert is to ask Morgan for recommendations, even though Morgan has no communication skills.

2009-12-29
Dilbert asks a man with no communication skills if the stress test results are in.

2009-12-30
Morgan says they decided on option one. Dilbert wants to know who "they" are, and what is option one.

2009-12-31
Will Dogbert stay up until midnight to bring in the new year? No. Dogbert's new year begins at 10 PM.