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Sharon Murdoch, May 13, 2017

Mike Moreu May 9 2017

Diplomatic Coo May 7 2017

The last post May 6 2017

Keep out May 3 2017

Mike Moreu May 8 2017

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Mike Moreu April 29 2017

Mike Moreu, May 1, 2017

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Mike Moreu, April 28, 2017

Mike Moreu cartoon, April 27, 2017

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Mike Moreu April 20, 2017

April 19, 2017

April 18, 2017

April 17, 2017

April 14, 2017

April 12, 2017 NZ Rugby

April 12, 2017 Hit and Run

Mike Moreu, April 10, 2017.

Sharon Murdoch, March 8, 2017.

Saturday April 1: Galaxy 8

Monday March 27: Fatima

Monday March 27: Public safety

Tuesday March 21: Sex education

Sharon Murdoch, March 15, 2017.

Sharon Murdoch, March 13, 2017.

Tom Scott March 8, 2017

Sharon Murdoch, March 8, 2017

Mike Moreu, March 8, 2017

Tom Scott ,March 7, 2017

Mike Moreu, March 7, 2017

Sharon Murdoch, March 6, 2017

Mike Moreu, March 6, 2017

Tom Scott, March 4, 2017

Mike Moreu, March 4, 2017

Tom Scott, March 3, 2017

Mike Moreu, March 3, 2017

Tom Scott, March 2, 2017

Mike Moreu, March 2, 2017

Tom Scott, March 1, 2017

Mike Moreu, March 1, 2017

Sharon Murdoch, February 29, 2017

Tom Scott, February 28 2017

Mike Moreu, February 27, 2017

Sharon Murdoch, February 26, 2017

Sharon Murdoch, February 25, 2017

Mike Moreu, February 25, 2017

Tom Scott, February 24, 2017

Mike Moreu, February 24, 2017

Tom Scott, February 23, 2017.

Mike Moreu, February 23, 2017

Tom Scott, February 22, 2017

Mike Moreu, February 22, 2017

Sharon Murdoch, February 22, 2017

Mike Moreu, February 21, 2017

Tom Scott, February 21, 2017

Mike Moreu, February 20, 2017

Sharon Murdoch, February 19, 2017

Tom Scott, February 18, 2017

Mike Moreu, February 18, 2017

Sharon Murdoch, February 18, 2017

Tom Scott, February 17 2017

Mike Moreu, February 17, 2017

Tom Scott, February 16, 2017

Mike Moreu, February 16, 2017

Tom Scott, February 15, 2017

Sharon Murdoch, February 15, 2017

Mike Moreu, February 15, 2017

Mike Moreu, February 14, 2017

Tom Scott, February 14, 2017

Sunday, February 12: Uh-oh

Saturday, February 11: Bbq

Sunday, February 12: The Prison System

Saturday, February 11: The System

Saturday, February 11: Rendezvous

Friday, February 10: Citizenship

Friday, February 10: Drug law

Thursday, February 9: Medicine

Wednesday, February 8: Chicken

Wednesday, February 8: Missing

Wednesday, February 8: May the best man win

Tuesday, February 7: Hoops

Tuesday, February 7: When Bill met Donald

Monday, February 6: Hook, line and sinker

Saturday, February 4: Mardi Gras

Saturday, February 4: Mess

Saturday, February 4: Blood on his tiny hands

Friday, February 3: Election time

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Monday March 20: Phone charger

Saturday March 18: Devil's advocate

Friday March 17: Budgets

Thursday March 16: Personal hygiene

Wednesday March 15: Vacation days

Tuesday March 14: Mandatory training

Dilbert, March 13, 2017

Dilbert, March 8, 2017

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Dilbert, January 28, 2017.

Friday January 27: Department of Education.

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Monday January 23: Dilbert's coffee

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Dilbert, January 9, 2017.

Dilbert, Saturday January 7th.

Dilbert, Thursday January 5th.

Dilbert, Friday December 23rd.

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Dilbert, Wednesday December 21st.

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Dilbert, Friday December 16: Under arrest.

Thursday 15 December: Garfield hit.

Wednesday 14 December: Wrong Cartoonist.

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