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2010-12-01
Dilbert offers Amber some money to be his friend on Facebook. That makes her a frienditute.

2010-12-02
The Boss says an old employee kept his job because no one else has his critical knowledge. Then the old employee passes away.
Note: This strip is #2 on Scott's list of 10 favourite strips.

2010-12-03
Dilbert arrives to work and picks a fantasy to stave off madness.

2010-12-04
Phil accuses Dilbert of being happy at work. He is sentenced to attend a horrible meeting.

2010-12-05
Dilbert says his design plan is too complex for the Boss to understand so he highlights some suboptimal areas for the Boss to intervene.

2010-12-06
Asok asks the Boss if he is interrupting. The Boss' body language indicates he is.

2010-12-07
The Boss asks the engineers if they can define "values." Dilbert says they are an emotional illusion.

2010-12-08
Dilbert invents a drug that makes people do stupid things, then put in into a dart. Dogbert wants a big supply.

2010-12-09
Dilbert tells a news reporter about his drug that makes people do stupid things.

2010-12-10
Dilbert asks Amber to a movie. He says one of them will hate the movie.

2010-12-11
Dogbert says the only important technologies are social networks, phones and games. Everyone who is not working on those gets put in the dustbin of history.

2010-12-12
Wally trains the new mailroom guy. All important messages are sent by e-mail so all paper mail can go into the recycling bins.

2010-12-13
Dogbert recalibrates his lack of faith in humanity. He starts by reading opinions on message boards.

2010-12-14
Dilbert does not want to participate in a masters forum to share knowledge across disciplines.

2010-12-15
Wally asks for Dilbert's opinion on his new goatee.

2010-12-16
A co-worker says all uncool people either have facial hair or no facial hair, so there's no place for him to go.

2010-12-17
Dilbert tries to introduce himself to a new co-worker. Instead she does facial recognition to search social media for a full biography.

2010-12-18
Dilbert asks the Boss to not eat a noisy bag of chips next to the speakerphone.

2010-12-19
The Boss says everyone should feel empowered on this project. Dilbert says the Boss didn't get their buy-in before making everyone empowered.

2010-12-20
Dilbert is the victim of a meeting pirate, who takes over the meeting and gets credit.

2010-12-21
A co-worker asks Wally to attend a meeting. Wally says he'll meet her half-way.

2010-12-22
Alice complains a co-worker said the same thing 27 times using different words.

2010-12-23
An old employee says he has thirty years experience in the industry. Asok says that doesn't help for a technology that's six months old in a youth-oriented culture.

2010-12-24
Dogbert becomes even more antisocial by talking over what other people say.

2010-12-25
Dilbert and Dogbert imagine giving each other gifts.

2010-12-26
A co-worker asks Dilbert if he read the long e-mail. Dilbert says he did not.

2010-12-27
Dilbert asks Dogbert to cheer him up. Dogbert says the secret is to compare yourself against a group worse off.

2010-12-28
Dogbert says a "Dutch Sandwich" will lower their corporate taxes.

2010-12-29
Alice complains to a co-worker he always avoids answering questions by e-mail.

2010-12-30
Dilbert says a competitor from the future is sending robots back in time to terminate their company.

2010-12-31
Dilbert asks Amber to celebrate New Year's Eve with him. She says maybe.