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the_real_bigfoot   3/17/2011 4:48:08 PM
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And all this time, we thought it was the fluorescent lights causing the low frequency noise problem.

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Robert Hoem   3/5/2011 12:36:39 AM
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This is our latest cost-cutting effort. Bill, here, is running the low frequency response test and the destructive vibration analysis at the same time!

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JoKr   3/4/2011 6:18:53 AM
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"He had grad school advisors from the music and physics departments at Rice. The committee won't give him his doctorate unless they all agree he's created the ultimate superconductor."

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JoKr   3/4/2011 6:12:23 AM
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"It's the latest fix from the ergonomics team for reducing repetitive stress injuries, but I hear OSHA and HR are still waffling..."

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stevefrisbie   3/2/2011 9:25:05 PM
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1. "He figures if folks see the tuba, they'll miss the fact that he's not working" -- 2. "Sometimes it's better to be seen as annoying rather than incompetent" -- 3. "He's an instrumental part of our office"

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MHK_#1   3/2/2011 6:26:09 AM
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He wants to communicate with his next cubicle neighbor. His neighbor uses trumpet always.

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AnalogCircuit   3/1/2011 9:08:56 PM
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Since I created this holographic display of a man blowing a tuba, people have stopped touching my lab equipment

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didymus7   3/1/2011 7:54:30 PM
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That's our director. It seems that someone told him to blow it out of his...uh, nevermind.

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Jeff.Mercure   3/1/2011 7:38:16 PM
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Our IT department recently tightened our password rules...

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didymus7   3/1/2011 7:08:52 PM
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Our latest employee survey said that management sucks, so they're out to prove they blow.

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