Dilbert offers Amber some money to be his friend on Facebook. That makes her a frienditute.
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The Boss says an old employee kept his job because no one else has his critical knowledge. Then the old employee passes away.
Note: This strip is #2 on Scott's list of 10 favourite strips.
Dilbert arrives to work and picks a fantasy to stave off madness.
Phil accuses Dilbert of being happy at work. He is sentenced to attend a horrible meeting.
Dilbert says his design plan is too complex for the Boss to understand so he highlights some suboptimal areas for the Boss to intervene.
Asok asks the Boss if he is interrupting. The Boss' body language indicates he is.
The Boss asks the engineers if they can define "values." Dilbert says they are an emotional illusion.
Dilbert invents a drug that makes people do stupid things, then put in into a dart. Dogbert wants a big supply.
Dilbert tells a news reporter about his drug that makes people do stupid things.
Dilbert asks Amber to a movie. He says one of them will hate the movie.
Dogbert says the only important technologies are social networks, phones and games. Everyone who is not working on those gets put in the dustbin of history.
Wally trains the new mailroom guy. All important messages are sent by e-mail so all paper mail can go into the recycling bins.
Dogbert recalibrates his lack of faith in humanity. He starts by reading opinions on message boards.
Dilbert does not want to participate in a masters forum to share knowledge across disciplines.
Wally asks for Dilbert's opinion on his new goatee.
A co-worker says all uncool people either have facial hair or no facial hair, so there's no place for him to go.
Dilbert tries to introduce himself to a new co-worker. Instead she does facial recognition to search social media for a full biography.
Dilbert asks the Boss to not eat a noisy bag of chips next to the speakerphone.
The Boss says everyone should feel empowered on this project. Dilbert says the Boss didn't get their buy-in before making everyone empowered.
Dilbert is the victim of a meeting pirate, who takes over the meeting and gets credit.
A co-worker asks Wally to attend a meeting. Wally says he'll meet her half-way.
Alice complains a co-worker said the same thing 27 times using different words.
An old employee says he has thirty years experience in the industry. Asok says that doesn't help for a technology that's six months old in a youth-oriented culture.
Dogbert becomes even more antisocial by talking over what other people say.
Dilbert and Dogbert imagine giving each other gifts.
A co-worker asks Dilbert if he read the long e-mail. Dilbert says he did not.
Dilbert asks Dogbert to cheer him up. Dogbert says the secret is to compare yourself against a group worse off.
Dogbert says a "Dutch Sandwich" will lower their corporate taxes.
Alice complains to a co-worker he always avoids answering questions by e-mail.
Dilbert says a competitor from the future is sending robots back in time to terminate their company.
Dilbert asks Amber to celebrate New Year's Eve with him. She says maybe.