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2012-01-01
Dilbert has been selected for the executive development program. That means possible relocation, stress for work he doesn't enjoy, and it's not really possible to turn this down.

2012-01-02
A congressman is shopping around corporations to see which bribe offer is best.

2012-01-03
The Boss thinks he asked Dilbert to reschedule the installation date. Dilbert says that conversation never happened.

2012-01-04
Dilbert recommends to the Boss the project scope is changed, but the Boss doesn't do that.

2012-01-05
The Boss heard smart people make bad decisions because of hubris. Neither he nor Catbert know what hubris is.

2012-01-06
A co-worker asks Dilbert why he picked that vendor. Dilbert listed four reasons, none of which are compelling by themselves, but collectively make the best decision.

2012-01-07
A project manager abstracts things so far as to make Dilbert and Wally weightless.

2012-01-08
Dilbert is named project leader. That entitles him to a cubicle three inches wider. Dilbert likes his current cubicle.

2012-01-09
Alice declares twelve feet around her cubicle to be her territorial waters and forbids co-workers from using the aisle.

2012-01-10
The Boss complains about Alice's robot shark that patrols around her cubicle. She says it's a robot dolphin.

2012-01-11
The Boss signed up for a free leadership newsletter by e-mail. It must be good because it's written by a guy who used to have a job.

2012-01-12
The Boss says he shouldn't brag about his wealth, but does so anyway.

2012-01-13
Dilbert can't get a raise because of the Elbonian debt crisis. However, the CEO still gets lots of stock options.

2012-01-14
Wally complains the Boss discriminates against him because he's short, bald and nearsighted.
Note: Wally's mother appears.

2012-01-15
The budget for contract employees was eliminated, so they'll have to pay the contractor out of the training budget.

2012-01-16
The company lawyer offers Wally a settlement for his claim of discrimination for being short, bald and nearsighted.

2012-01-17
The Boss gives Wally a billion dollars to settle the claim of discrimination against short, bald, nearsighted guys.

2012-01-18
Wally goes to the Top 1% Club for the first time. Note the triple-breasted woman in the last panel.

2012-01-19
Dilbert asks Wally why he didn't quit after getting a billion dollar settlement.

2012-01-20
Dogbert asks Wally to manage his portfolio for only 1% per year fee.

2012-01-21
Wally wonders what type of woman he will attract, since he's part of the top one percent.

2012-01-22
The Boss calls Dogbert's tech support to get his digital modem fixed. Dogbert blames the Boss's house for the problem.

2012-01-23
Wally had gone to Las Vegas for the weekend to play Pai Gow, a game that's difficult to learn.

2012-01-24
The Boss suggests a change to Dilbert's diagram, to add "virtual" to a box. Dilbert doesn't want to.

2012-01-25
The Boss waits for people to walk by so he can criticise Dilbert in front of others.

2012-01-26
The Boss gives Dilbert some destructive criticism at a staff meeting.

2012-01-27
Wally tells of his plan to be immortal: to put some skin cells in a Petri dish and store it in a robot.

2012-01-28
The CEO tells the engineers to drop everything and build robots.

2012-01-29
The Boss phones Dilbert from his car but the connection is flakey so he can't get his message across.

2012-01-30
Alice and Carol describe Ed as the braggart with the large pores and the comb over.

2012-01-31
Dilbert describes the future where computers will program themselves. This will lead to the end of civilisation.