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2013-06-01
Dilbert is an an interview with a start-up. The interviewer only wants to hire people who fit in with their culture.

2013-06-02
A good manager leads by example. The engineers think that's a dumb idea.

2013-06-03
Dogbert brings in a Nobel-winning economist to tell the Boss why everything he (the Boss) says about fiscal policy is wrong.

2013-06-04
Wally gives a first draft to a co-worker for her to review. It literally says "Blah, blah, blah."

2013-06-05
The Boss introduces the ephemeral middle manager. But he fades away before Dilbert can shake his hand.

2013-06-06
Catbert introduces Wulf, who used to work for Shrodinger. He escaped and is now both alive and dead.

2013-06-07
Schrodinger's cat knows about the afterlife because his dead half told his living half all about it.

2013-06-08
Alice is to collaborate with Larry. This will water down her brilliance with his brain flatulence.

2013-06-09
The CEO says they need to have a bias for action, and, perfect can't be the enemy of good. The engineers say they need to be good not fast.

2013-06-10
Dogbert shows off his "Wally Glasses" that make reality looks like it's not worth it.

2013-06-11
The secret of success is making your boss look good. Asok panics because there's no way his boss can look good.

2013-06-12
The Boss can't promote Asok because the other managers don't know him.

2013-06-13
A vendor's software stops working after a week because it isn't compatible with the new version of Windows.

2013-06-14
Dilbert exercises in his cubicle, so he can stay in good health for his forty years of soul-crushing work.

2013-06-15
All Dilbert did was rearrange bits of the Internet. He had no impact on the physical world.

2013-06-16
An interviewee says Dilbert should hope he's lying at his interview because misleading people is a valuable skill.

2013-06-17
Dilbert proves their reality is a computer program created by aliens.

2013-06-18
The Boss says too many smart people in a group lowers productivity.

2013-06-19
Dilbert has so many projects that he's doomed to failure. Either he misses deadlines or reduces quality.

2013-06-20
Company policy says the Boss must rate Asok and Tina as "does not meet expectations."

2013-06-21
Wally is late with his assignment. Wally says it doesn't matter as long as one other person is late as well.

2013-06-22
Wally can't help because he's in the middle of defragging his disc drive. After that, he's compiling code for hours.

2013-06-23
The Boss says Carol can't let anyone see him or she's fired. The CEO comes along and tells her he need to see the Boss or she's fired.

2013-06-24
A co-worker asks Dilbert to mail him the paper copy with the original signature.

2013-06-25
The Boss lowers Dilbert's time estimate from two years down to one so the company could win the bid.

2013-06-26
Dilbert's work has no meaning. He asks the Boss to fix that before he becomes disloyal.

2013-06-27
Wally says you can identify a natural leader by the way he says the word "gullible." The Boss starts shouting the word.

2013-06-28
Alan has been out of work for a long time. But he says it's ok because you always know how.

2013-06-29
Alan has been out of the workforce for a long time. He asks for a binder of company policies.

2013-06-30
The Boss is reading a book about rules of leadership. Dilbert says there are many books, each with a different approach.