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2015-11-01
It's not a good idea to answer an email while angry, Dilbert tells Alice. She cools down.

2015-11-02
Wally says being useless is not a character flaw. It's the result of resistance to the tyranny of productivity.

2015-11-03
Wally asks Alice how it feels to be the hardest working employee in engineering. She is tired, stressed, angry and lonely.

2015-11-04
Wally says it's great to never feel the satisfaction of a job well done.

2015-11-05
Carol understands Wally because she's useless too. She hasn't succeeded in her plan to kill the Boss.

2015-11-06
Wally reports he and Dilbert killed Ted on the Boss's orders.

2015-11-07
The Boss reports to the CEO about his engineers killing Ted on the Boss's orders.

2015-11-08
Dilbert invites a co-worker to his house after work for a party. No one has committed to coming.

2015-11-09
The Boss wants to tell Alice about his weekend but she's not interested. He's not interested in hearing about her social life.

2015-11-10
Most people are not saving for retirement, Wally says. He doesn't want to work hard just to give money to a retirement condo.

2015-11-11
The Boss offers Dilbert a choice: a boring project that will succeed or a fun project that will take his career down in flames.

2015-11-12
The Boss types on his phone and Wally cheers him.

2015-11-13
The Boss finishes explaining their strategy and asks for questions. Dilbert can't tell if they're in the hardware or software business.

2015-11-14
The Boss asks Dilbert not to let that happen again. Dilbert says it wasn't his fault.

2015-11-15
The company will monitor the employees in real time. Dilbert says they've removed the last shred of dignity from their jobs.

2015-11-16
The Boss brags he had a wonderful weekend at his mountain cabin. Dilbert worked all weekend to meet the Boss's arbitrary deadline.

2015-11-17
The Boss gives up on trying to keep them happy. Now he will tell them things are worse everywhere else.

2015-11-18
The Boss shows a chart for sales estimates. The chart is the same as the one about the travel budget.

2015-11-19
Dick from the Internet misunderstands Dilbert's remark about the new Elbonian mouse invention.

2015-11-20
Dick from the Internet says he makes all the Hitler references.
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2015-11-21
Asok meets Dick from the Internet who makes all the jerky comments.

2015-11-22
Dilbert greets another day at work, preparing for arbitrary goals, idiots, and piles of meat playing ping-pong.

2015-11-23
Asok asks the robot what it's like to have no consciousness. The robot asks Asok what it's like to be totally unimportant.

2015-11-24
The robot has no soul and is a box of nothing. The Boss will be rotting underground in a hundred years.

2015-11-25
The robot says robots have no need for consciousness. Humans evolved a consciousness to remind them how dumb they are.

2015-11-26
Alice gives the robot an artificial soul. The robot worries about feeling like a failure.

2015-11-27
The robot says he feels special with an artificial soul.

2015-11-28
The robot figured out how to procreate. He infected the Boss with an idea virus to build more robots.

2015-11-29
Alice stayed up all night to finish her part of the project. A co-worker only finished half of his, so that means she wasted her time.

2015-11-30
Robots started as helpers for humans and evolved into competing for manual labour jobs and winning.