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Rick_Hille
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Rick_Hille   6/8/2011 1:37:31 PM
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I don't...care what...you think...Victor...I get...my best...ideas...this way!!

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David Ashton   6/8/2011 10:35:43 AM
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Whadd'ya wanna debounce for?? Bouncing is FUN!!!

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SLNS   6/8/2011 6:24:39 AM
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Ball is in your court!!!

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Pondee   6/8/2011 5:24:40 AM
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Testing the new ESD compliant trampolines.

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MR.R   6/8/2011 5:00:08 AM
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The person got promotion in his domain.

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Neo10   6/8/2011 2:32:21 AM
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The boss got sick and won't be coming in this week!

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