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2016-06-01
Tina read Wally's opinion posted on Facebook and she thinks he's an awful person.

2016-06-02
The Boss can't decide who to vote for in the election. Alice advises to make his voting decisions the same as his work decisions.

2016-06-03
The Boss wonders who to vote for. Both are liars with budget plans that don't add up.

2016-06-04
The Boss wants a president who can be a good role model for his kids. Dilbert wonders about raising taxes and vetoing bills.

2016-06-05
The Boss makes the engineers wait while he finds a cute kitten video on his phone.

2016-06-06
The Boss doesn't think Wally does as much work as his co-workers. Wally says that's an illusion caused by his efficiency and modesty.

2016-06-07
Tina is looking for a "work husband." Dilbert says he may already have a "work wife" because Alice criticises him a lot.

2016-06-08
Alice confronts Dilbert about him cheating on her with Tina as another "work wife." It didn't mean anything, he says.

2016-06-09
Dilbert has two "work wives." Wally is jealous. Or is he?

2016-06-10
Dilbert breaks up with Alice as his "work wife" because Tina complains less and sends him on fewer errands.

2016-06-11
Tina, as Dilbert's work wife, has some criticism for him. He would be more attractive if he was taller.

2016-06-12
Dilbert simplified the interface of a new gadget, as suggested by the Boss. One button will do eleven different functions.

2016-06-13
Dilbert reports a lot of product complaints on Twitter. The Boss asks Dilbert to tell the trolls to shut up and leave them alone.

2016-06-14
Sales dropped to zero after the Boss offended customers on Twitter. He thought Twitter was a video game.

2016-06-15
The Boss interviews a social justice warrior. The warrior thinks the Boss is against him so equates the Boss to a racist.

2016-06-16
The social justice warrior asks Alice to dinner. She says no to him because she's into men instead.

2016-06-17
Dilbert has not bungled his career so badly that he needs vacations to escape from it.

2016-06-18
Dilbert tells the Boss he does not want a vacation. He would be bored for a week and all his work would pile up while he was gone.

2016-06-19
The Boss leaves the robot in charge while he goes on vacation. Dilbert protests about a robot being in charge of humans.

2016-06-20
The Boss puts Wally in charge of the new artificial intelligence project. It has no budget and no hope of success so Wally is perfect.

2016-06-21
Wally shows his minimum viable product for his artificial intelligence project. It's a block of wood.

2016-06-22
Wally added human intelligence to his AI device, then human emotions.

2016-06-23
The CEO wants to ask Wally's artificial intelligence device a question. Wally says it's in a bad mood.

2016-06-24
Dilbert looks at Wally's artificial intelligence device, a block of wood.

2016-06-25
The Nobel Peace Prize committee nominates Wally's block of wood for a prize. The block is in a bad mood and is not talking.

2016-06-26
Wally's long-term goal is death. He will come out a winner for succeeding. Dilbert wants to upload his mind.

2016-06-27
Wally says other people are the biggest risk to a person's happiness. They are either trying to make you work or complaining.

2016-06-28
Avoid listening to others by doing all the talking yourself, or be too busy to listen.

2016-06-29
Wally will work from home. His chatbot will answer all emails and text messages.

2016-06-30
Wally's emails make no sense. He is using a chatbot to provide useless replies.