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2016-01-01
Dilbert has anxiety because he feels like he should be in a meeting he forgot.

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2016-01-02
The Boss praises Alice but his management babble makes her feel uncomfortable.

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2016-01-03
Dilbert meets a co-worker who had his identity stolen, lost his house, is in poor health, is on the terrorist watch list and car broke down.

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2016-01-04
Dilbert says he can't finish by the deadline so the Boss offers to help. Dilbert laughs at that.

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2016-01-05
Alice complains to Catbert about never getting invited to after-work activities by the men. Catbert thinks it's because of sexism or her personality.

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2016-01-06
The Boss asks Dilbert if he saw any errors on the spreadsheet the Boss put together. Dilbert only saw three.

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2016-01-07
Alice wonders at the odds the Boss could have created a complicated spreadsheet without any critical errors. As long as it gives the right answer, the Boss is happy.

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2016-01-08
Dilbert will show the Boss's spreadsheet to the CEO. Dilbert wears gloves for protection.

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2016-01-09
Since an engineer handed the spreadsheet to the CEO, he believes the calculations are correct.

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2016-01-10
Wally gets selected for jury duty. He'll be gone for weeks and will sit in a chair for hours doing nothing.

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2016-01-11
Dogbert asks how was work. Dilbert's life is an endless string of useless tasks orchestrated by idiots.

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2016-01-12
The Boss asks the engineers to charge 100% of their time to project codes. Dilbert thinks that means overbilling the clients.

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2016-01-13
Dilbert billed the customer for all the time he spent thinking about their project. He's an engineer, thinking is what he does.

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2016-01-14
Is Wally any farther along with the software? No, he discovered an unexpected problem that set him back a week. The same as every week.

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2016-01-15
Wally's software is almost done. Not final release, more like Beta MVP. Or maybe an Alpha release.

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2016-01-16
Wally's software release date is right on schedule, unless something unexpected happens.

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2016-01-17
Alice complains to Dilbert about not getting as much attention as Dilbert gives to Wally.

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2016-01-18
Alice is cold and Dilbert is warm. Should she put on a sweater or should Dilbert wear ice packs?

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2016-01-19
Ted's unicorn startup failed. He was worth a billion dollars but now he's doing a two-hour commute to work in a box.

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2016-01-20
Dilbert thinks his work will change the world. But his project didn't get funded because Carol forgot to put a meeting in the Boss's calendar.

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2016-01-21
Dilbert can't work if it's too warm. A co-worker will freeze if it's too cool. The robot wonders whether people will hold dominion over the earth like that.

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2016-01-22
The robot says he feels the same as Dilbert, ie, no freedom, but with a greater awareness of his condition.

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2016-01-23
Most people don't have a retirement plan. Wally says he will live unhealthy and die in his cubicle, hopefully on a Monday.

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2016-01-24
Dilbert doesn't know when to high-five. Alice explains it's his lack of masculinity.

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2016-01-25
An easy way to double the perceived length of life is to attend meetings.

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2016-01-26
Einstein says time flows more slowly in meetings than in empty space. Because people are dense.

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2016-01-27
The Boss thinks Asok is a terrorist. Asok is tired of being accused of that.

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2016-01-28
Carol hears Asok is a terrorist sympathiser. Asok doesn't want to be radicalised.

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2016-01-29
Dick from the Internet accuses Asok of being a terrorist sympathiser. Asok denies it so hard, Dick doesn't believe him.

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2016-01-30
The Boss asks Asok if he threatened to kill Dick, because Dick accused Asok of being a terrorist.

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2016-01-31
Wally experiences the "Zeno's Paradox" phase of the project. Every step we take gets us halfway closer to completion.

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