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2015-10-01
The Boss's martial arts class combines yoga with feng shui and Irish dancing.

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2015-10-02
The Boss defends himself with yoga when a mugger threatens him.

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2015-10-03
The CEO has a product idea that covers the top of a person's head. Dilbert calls it a hat.

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2015-10-04
Tina says it's hard to be a woman in this industry. Wally complains of being short, bald, nearsighted, signs of a sociopath, old and unattractive.

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2015-10-05
A co-worker complains people keep stealing his ideas. Dilbert says that's because his ideas are old and obvious.

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2015-10-06
The Boss want's the next robot release to have the intelligence of a human. Dilbert wonders if that's as intelligent as the Boss.

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2015-10-07
The robot reviews the Boss's prescription meds. He adds another prescription for the Boss.

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2015-10-08
The robot detects social anxiety in Dilbert and 3-D prints meds for him.

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2015-10-09
Wally designed the robot's 3-D pill printer that drops pills out of the robot's butt.

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2015-10-10
Neither the Boss or Dilbert can remember what the Boss was supposed to give Dilbert.

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2015-10-11
Wally created a huge technology matrix as a basis for making decisions. But he did it only in his head.

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2015-10-12
Asok asks questions of the Boss to ascertain what percentage of a person's success is pure luck.

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2015-10-13
The CEO tells Asok success takes both luck and being smart.

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2015-10-14
The Boss says they must have a bias for action. Dilbert wonders if that includes listening. It doesn't.

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2015-10-15
Dilbert starts each day by visualising how his work will make the world a better place.

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2015-10-16
How can Simon claim to be a team player if being selfish is necessary for success, Asok wonders. Wally says he likes to use hypocrisy.

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2015-10-17
Dilbert worries his personal goals do not align with the corporate strategy. Dilbert wants to be happy, for example, but the company doesn't want that.

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2015-10-18
Brad promises to give data to Asok tomorrow. Asok realises he will not receive it as expected.

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2015-10-19
The Boss asks Wally why he isn't in his cubicle. Wally says sitting increases the risk of obesity, stress, depression, cancer and cognitive dysfunction.

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2015-10-20
Wally reports an injury to Catbert. He sat in his cubicle and got stressed out.

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2015-10-21
Wally requests an extended medical leave to deal with his job-related stress.

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2015-10-22
The Boss tells Catbert the employee wellness site lists stress as a medical problem. And working here causes stress.

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2015-10-23
Catbert reports to the CEO about the typo on the wellness website that lists stress as an illness instead of a cause of illness.

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2015-10-24
The Boss says changing the office layout will boost efficiency.

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2015-10-25
A doctor worries the IBM Watson computer will replace him.

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2015-10-26
The Boss tells the CEO about the floor layout causing inefficient.

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2015-10-27
Dilbert thinks people get dumber when they sit down for a meeting.

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2015-10-28
If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail, the Boss tells Alice.

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2015-10-29
Wally doesn't get lonely even though he is useless.

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2015-10-30
A co-worker complains to Wally about Wally promising to have work done by today.

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2015-10-31
Wally asks if motivation is a product of a person's genes or the environment. The Boss says both.

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