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2013-10-01
Wally is lazy and undependable so can't get a raise this year.

2013-10-02
The CEO wants to build a hyperloop to connect major cities with fast transportation. He'll leave the details to the engineers.

2013-10-03
Wally spent more than half his time in meetings this quarter. It's a waste of time according to the Boss.

2013-10-04
Their products are getting worse every day. But good marketing makes up for that, the Boss tells the CEO.

2013-10-05
Promote from within, the Boss says. Then fill the empty positions from within.

2013-10-06
Alice suggests peer coaching to Dilbert. Dilbert thinks Alice's problems are caused by her being herself.

2013-10-07
Wally pretends to be a headhunter to the Boss in order to get a better performance review.

2013-10-08
Dilbert asks a salesman for a discount. The salesman wants to hit Dilbert with a chair and then run away.

2013-10-09
The Boss asks for solutions, not complaints. Dilbert wants to abolish the layer of management that does nothing but demand solutions.

2013-10-10
Dilbert's energy is drained from his body by being too close to someone else.

2013-10-11
Even though Dilbert's energy is drained when he's too close to someone, it never happens when Dilbert talks to Wally.

2013-10-12
Dilbert shows his latest invention to Dogbert. Dogbert says it's been done before and uses Google search to prove it.

2013-10-13
The CEO tries to acknowledge the achievements of his underlings, and starts with the Boss. The Boss has trouble coming up with one.

2013-10-14
Dilbert can't find something to invent that doesn't already exist. His Mom thinks it's because everyone is connected by morphic fields.

2013-10-15
It used to be accepted that people became experts after 10,000 hours of practice. But Wally will be good after a million hours.

2013-10-16
Dogbert advises the CEO he can't focus on both career and family. He must choose one.

2013-10-17
The Boss criticises Dilbert for not doing has he was told. Dilbert responds by saying the Boss is under-informed and less clever.

2013-10-18
Alice is working on a new facial expression to scare away the weak. She tries it out on Dilbert although he didn't want to see it.

2013-10-19
Dilbert's project is taking longer than the Boss expects. Dilbert says it's only taking longer than dumb people expect.

2013-10-20
Dilbert meets a social media consultant, and says he likes her. She says a single like is an insult so Dilbert brings in an Elbonian to artificially increase her like count.

2013-10-21
Two trolls create the company's annual budget.

2013-10-22
Catbert announces unlimited vacation days. However, taking any time off will torpedo careers.

2013-10-23
Wally tells the Boss he will be taking advantage of the unlimited vacation policy. He'll be gone for 200 days in the next year. But his productivity will double.

2013-10-24
The robot announces he is here to take the engineers' jobs. Not really, though. He won't have that capability for 2 or 3 years.

2013-10-25
The robot's chair is squeaky and asks Alice to help fix that. She scares him.

2013-10-26
Alice says someday humans will have the know-how to create entire universes. The Boss wonders where they'll put them.

2013-10-27
The Boss recognises Ted for writing his part of the code in only 2 days. It was hard to do and should have taken a week.

2013-10-28
Employees will work harder if their managers care about them. But the Boss doesn't care about Wally.

2013-10-29
The Boss says he must set clear expectations and revise them periodically. The engineers say the Boss understands the initial expectations to be faulty.

2013-10-30
A desiccated crone teaches etiquette to the engineers. She starts with how to eat.
Note: An alternative third panel containing offensive language is available on the Dilbert Blog.

2013-10-31
A desiccated crone continues with dining etiquette. The napkin goes in the lap. Dilbert uses his as a handkerchief.