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2015-02-01
The Boss says "To be perfectly honest.." and Dilbert thinks that means this is the first time the Boss has been honest.

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2015-02-02
The CEO is missing so Catbert activates the succession plan. The Boss is the new CEO.

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2015-02-03
The Boss, now CEO, wants to build evil robots. The robots will manipulate their owners into buying unnecessary upgrades.

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2015-02-04
Dilbert programs their robot line to emotionally manipulate their owners into buying upgrades. Free will is an illusion.

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2015-02-05
A robot manipulates its owner into upgrading its memory. If not, the robot will kill.

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2015-02-06
A robot wants its owner to purchase an extended warranty for it. Just in case something unexpected happens.

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2015-02-07
A salesman says sales are way up since the robots manipulate their owners into buying upgrades.

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2015-02-08
Wally wants to invent his own job. He wants to be a strategic thinker and attend meetings to say strategic things.

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2015-02-09
Dilbert tells his girlfriend he programmed robots to emotionally manipulate people.

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2015-02-10
Elon Musk says we should fear artificial intelligence. But what has Elon ever done?

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2015-02-11
The CEO returns from the afterlife to take back his job. Dilbert wonders if he is an angel.

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2015-02-12
Dilbert starts negotiating with a salesman by setting a really low anchor price.

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2015-02-13
Dilbert negotiates with a salesman. Dilbert says agree to his price or a re-org will happen and management will change its mind.

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2015-02-14
A tech millionaire published a list of the top fifty things to do to succeed. Dilbert says that's because he doesn't know what worked.

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2015-02-15
A story on the Internet says the CEO will ruin any journalist who writes an unfair story about the company. Dilbert doesn't know if the CEO is brilliant or insane.

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2015-02-16
Dilbert looks forward to a full day of writing code with no human interaction.

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2015-02-17
The CEO thinks some Elbonians hacked into the company's network. The CEO wants Dilbert to hack back.

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2015-02-18
Dilbert arrives in Elbonia to ruin their Internet. The Elbonians don't care.

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2015-02-19
Dilbert cuts the string on the Elbonian Internet. The Elbonians think it's an improvement.

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2015-02-20
Dilbert reports back to the CEO on how he destroyed the Elbonian Internet as requested.

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2015-02-21
Asok asks the Boss for investment tips. The Boss spews jargon like time the market, catch a falling knife and dead-cat bounce.

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2015-02-22
The Boss wants Dilbert to complete the testing in a shorter time but still expects quality results.

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2015-02-23
The Boss says Asok need to invest when the chart looks like a squirrel sitting on a clown's shoulder.

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2015-02-24
The Boss says Asok can beat market averages by doing stock research.

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2015-02-25
Asok picks stocks that went up five percent in a day. The total market was up by six percent, Dilbert points out.

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2015-02-26
Asok followed the Boss's investment advice and lost all his savings.

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2015-02-27
Dilbert says their customers can't figure out how to use their software. But the software still sells.

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2015-02-28
Dogbert becomes a product designer because he hates people. Buttons will be black on a black surface, making them invisible.

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