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2015-05-01
The Boss tells Dilbert to be less honest because his honesty is offending co-workers.

2015-05-02
Dilbert is almost finished commenting on the Boss's technology strategy. The Boss objects to the word "idiot".

2015-05-03
The Boss can't promote Dilbert because Dilbert hasn't impacted anything important. Dilbert is only on unimportant projects.

2015-05-04
The Boss says Dilbert's comments on the Boss's technology strategy are ambiguous, especially a "Squirrel looking for a nut".

2015-05-05
In a perfect world, how would Dilbert fix the problem?, the Boss asks. Dilbert says in a perfect world, the Boss would not exist.

2015-05-06
The Boss won't double Dilbert's pay if Dilbert doubles his productivity but it might increase the Boss's bonus.

2015-05-07
The Boss should celebrate Wally's failures because failure is the raw material of success.

2015-05-08
The Boss will start celebrating the engineers' failures, while still taking credit for their successes.

2015-05-09
Dilbert fixes the technology strategy for the Boss. It still doesn't sound logical so is buried under techno babble.

2015-05-10
The Boss wonders if he can Instagram a Tweet right to Facebook or Like something he Favourited will Pin it to his Followers.

2015-05-11
The Boss offers a low starting salary to someone with a large student loan debt.

2015-05-12
Dilbert tries to show respect for the Boss's opinion before voicing disagreement.

2015-05-13
The Boss asks Dilbert to stop agreeing with the Boss in ways that sound like Dilbert doesn't mean it.

2015-05-14
Alice wants to disagree with the Boss's new strategy without making him angry.

2015-05-15
Alice and Ted are competing for the same promotion. She tells him she will use social media to make him look bad.

2015-05-16
The standing desk for the Boss gets delivered. Carol expects to have it returned by tomorrow.

2015-05-17
Dilbert gets a new co-worker a book. It's by her favourite author, which Dilbert learned from the network guys' spying on her.

2015-05-18
Alice hates Mondays more than Garfield. Wally wonders why she hates Garfield at all. Total disregard for lasagna ownership, maybe?

2015-05-19
Tina asks Dilbert why he's so anti-social. Dilbert doesn't oppose social behaviour, just doesn't enjoy being with people.

2015-05-20
Dogbert's inspirational words: in the long run, we're all dead.

2015-05-21
Dilbert invents software to duplicate the human brain and combined it with 3-D printed body parts to make a Bossbot.

2015-05-22
The Bossbot can't pass the Turing Test but neither can the original.

2015-05-23
The Boss asks Dilbert to get rid of the Bossbot. Dilbert says Alice will do it.

2015-05-24
A woman asks Dilbert about himself and to be totally honest. Dilbert admits he likes technology more than people and other truths.

2015-05-25
The CEO gives Catbert a list of ten qualities to have in all new hires. Catbert says new employees also need to be masochists.

2015-05-26
The Boss tells an interviewee about the top ten qualities for new hires. The interviewee says that's too broad and employers must set priorities.

2015-05-27
The Boss asks Alice for a list of known problems and Alice sends him a link to the company directory.

2015-05-28
The Boss complains about Alice mocking him in a meeting. Now Alice thinks she can be disrespectful all the time.

2015-05-29
Alice realises she can insult the Boss and he won't react. She plans to find the limits of this benefit.

2015-05-30
Wally wonders if he, like Alice, can insult the Boss and get away with it.

2015-05-31
Dilbert asks a woman if they can make out, if they can go on a date, go for lunch, text her, Facebook friend her and Twitter follow her.