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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   7/19/2013 3:00:12 PM
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@susan: Your friend did the prototype version of running with the bulls.

Ooooh -- that's a nice play on the fact that we just launched a new Prototyping Designline -- well done! (You are worth every penny I'm not paying you :-)

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I only have to outrun you!
Max The Magnificent   7/19/2013 2:57:30 PM
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This sort of reminds me of the joke about two guys in Africa who hear the roar of a nearby lion. One says "Do you think you can run faster than a lion" and the second replies "I only have to run faster than you" (the idea being that the lion gets the one at the back, of course).

Sad to relate, I hear that there were a lot of injuries at the running of the bulls this year -- but then I tell myself that it's not as if the people are forced to do it -- they made a (stupid) choice and cannot be too surprised at the outcome.

One the other hand, I have to admit that I would love to fly out there and enjoy the festival ... and I'm sure that if I were there I would watch the running of the bulls ... but only from a safe vantage point :-)

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Susan Rambo   7/19/2013 2:51:47 PM
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Hi Max. Funny blog. Your friend did the prototype version of running with the bulls.

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