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2011-01-01
Dogbert presents a list of demands for Dilbert's new year's resolutions.

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2011-01-02
A co-worker asks if Dilbert would like to join them for lunch. Dilbert declines because they haven't decided where to go.

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2011-01-03
The Boss tells an interviewee the company is very green. That includes selling his kids for carbon credits.

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2011-01-04
Alice complains a co-worker looks like Bilbo Baggins and that is distracting.

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2011-01-05
The Boss asks Dilbert if he is confident in his cost predictions. Dilbert says he trusts them like he trusts the Boss.

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2011-01-06
Wally says there was many different ways to interpret the Boss' voicemail instructions so he chose to do nothing.

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2011-01-07
Dogbert helps the company to evolve their products into cloud computing. Dogbert says "Blah Blah Cloud."

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2011-01-08
Wally decides to be more of a big picture guy. Lesser people can manage and implement while he criticises.

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2011-01-09
A co-worker tries to disagree with Dilbert but Dilbert says that's because he doesn't understand.

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2011-01-10
Dilbert tells the Boss it's customary to respond to a question with an answer.

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2011-01-11
Dilbert sees a doctor because he can't stop voicing his honest opinion. The doctor says being an engineer is classified as a disease now.

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2011-01-12
Dilbert is suffering from Pon Farr. Vulcans and engineers go into heat every seven years.

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2011-01-13
Dilbert and Alice are both suffering from Pon Farr. They have an irresistible urge to mate.

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2011-01-14
A co-worker says Dilbert's ideas have already been tried and failed miserably.

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2011-01-15
Dilbert complains he was the only one to think the project was a bad idea and he got assigned to it.

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2011-01-16
The meeting room is already in use so the engineers find another room. Or not find a room.

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2011-01-17
When the Boss understands a concept it marks the beginning of its decline.

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2011-01-18
Dogbert, at a sales training seminar, says the salesman's job is to get low quotas from their boss.

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2011-01-19
Dilbert interviews for another job. They offer less pay.

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2011-01-20
Dilbert tells Wally his interview went well even though it was a worse job for less pay.

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2011-01-21
The Boss says they're not as creative as Apple and not powerful enough for a fast-follower strategy.

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2011-01-22
Alice complains Google gave an engineer millions of dollars. The Boss says he'll try to fix that.

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2011-01-23
The Boss introduces a Frendor, not quite a friend and not quite a vendor.

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2011-01-24
Alice rejected the Boss's Facebook friend request. The Boss asks why.

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2011-01-25
The government will give tax incentives for new capital investments, an accounting troll says. Dilbert says they'll get right on it.

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2011-01-26
The Boss announces tax cuts will be used for executive bonuses, and the company won't do any new projects.

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2011-01-27
The Boss asks Asok to go to Elbonia using the underground route from Switzerland.

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2011-01-28
Asok gets frisked going through airport security.

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2011-01-29
The Boss learns Asok is being held for ransom by terrorists.

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2011-01-30
Ruth asks Dilbert for his input on a document. Dilbert is reluctant to give his full opinion.

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2011-01-31
Asok reports to the Boss after being freed by terrorists. He thought he'd never be released because the Boss refused to pay.

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