Ming asks Asok for feedback on her website design. Asok doesn't like it.
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Dilbert needs training for new software. The Boss advises him to interview technical experts instead and learn from them.
Wally requested a transfer to their missile guidance engineering division.
The Boss asks for a status report from Dilbert for a project he didn't know he was leading.
Tina proofreads Dilbert's document. She doesn't understand it and changes acronyms and typos to something she thinks is right.
Dilbert tells Dogbert how Tina corrected his document without knowing what it said.
Wally wrote some scripts to keep the servers from crashing. The Boss can't verify this.
Asok's nose grows when anyone lies during a business presentation.
Asok's nose grows when other people tell lies.
The Garbageman says Asok is evolving into a corporate whistleblower.
The Boss asks Tina to add impractical maintenance requirements to the new product manual so no one can maintain the product properly, thus violating their warranty.
Asok gets a veterinarian to cure his nose because their health plan didn't cover it.
Asok has a snout after getting medical help from a veterinarian.
Note: This strip is #4 on Scott's list of 10 favourite strips.
Asok gets transferred to another department that better matches his new look.
An artist wonders how Asok got his new snout -- bold statement or botched nose job.
An artist advises Asok to try homoeopathy to fix his botched nose job.
Asok wakes from a dream in which he had a snout instead of a nose.
Wally hasn't finished the vendor comparison because it's not a high priority.
The Boss asks Dilbert for a time estimate. Dilbert wants to know if he should lie or tell the truth.
Dilbert learned to give the Boss unrealistic time estimates and then blame others when he misses deadlines.
A co-worker didn't review Dilbert's document because he doesn't read attachments.
The company has improved the rate of revenue decline so say they are doing great.
Tina is being loaned to the executive offices to help write press releases.
The Boss says they won the bid to build a country-wide wireless network. Dilbert says they don't know how to do that.
Wally tells the Boss he will spend the next year on the WDNW system, that will optimise zeros and ones to keep them from forming tens.
Dilbert has to kill himself with a light sabre because he can't make the Boss's deadline.
Wally had to spend the entire week cleaning up after Ted got fired.
Dilbert complains accounting takes two months to process his expenses so has to incur credit card late fees.
If the Boss adds two people to Dilbert's project, how long would it take? Dilbert says that would slow him down.
Dogbert, in tech support, asks a caller for a list of everything he has tried already.