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TFCSD
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TFCSD   11/4/2012 1:55:35 AM
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I know what will impress our customers! A block with. . . an "F"!

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NoNIckName_#2   8/1/2012 10:41:37 PM
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Ok, looks like the production folks confused "mm" with "Mm" again.

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MarkBort   8/1/2012 7:01:02 PM
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Simple memorials for outsourced colleagues aren't allowed to bear real names.

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zeeglen   7/29/2012 4:47:08 AM
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Maybe the new furniture will inspire a complete, detailed, and accurate block diagram.

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Ecspansion   7/27/2012 9:59:25 PM
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We could have put A,T,G and C blocks in our DNA lab, but it would be too obvious.

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jkdrum   7/26/2012 9:19:37 PM
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Because our older engineers have vision problems we decided keep a good stock of large print keyboard parts.

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re: July caption contest: engineering building blocks
Wnderer   7/23/2012 5:36:16 PM
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Marissa couldn't shake the feeling that the 'A' was watching her.

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NoNIckName_#2   7/19/2012 10:40:40 PM
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We've got an expando ray; still working on the shrink ray.

TFCSD
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TFCSD   7/19/2012 6:04:11 AM
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I don't recall seeing anyone ever using the 3D printer for personal projects.

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TFCSD   7/19/2012 6:02:12 AM
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FYI, the 3D printer should only be used for projects.

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