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How to win the EE Times Caption Contest

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mateusz.sawka
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mateusz.sawka   8/10/2010 10:42:31 PM
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Great Caption. I would love to see some of the other entries.

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phoenixdave   8/7/2010 2:09:23 AM
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Very good Lori! See, it's not true, engineers do have a sense of humor....

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wilber_xbox   8/5/2010 8:58:17 PM
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...“Capture the human emotion and surround yourself with funny people.” I consider myself quite funny and emotional person but i am becoming logical (mind over feeling) and serious person thanks to my job as a research engineer. I think its a good idea to take a break from the job (so that you get some time to switch off the left-brain) to write something funny.

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