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When regression testing goes terribly wrong.
When regression testing goes terribly wrong.

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Re: Congrats
junko.yoshida   11/2/2013 7:19:27 AM
Really? My personal favorite is the second runner up.

rick merritt
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rick merritt   11/1/2013 5:26:19 PM
My personal fave is the 3rd runner up.

Susan Rambo
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Susan Rambo   10/31/2013 8:26:46 PM
Congratulations to the winner Ricke_Hille and thanks for all the entries. Very entertaining as always.

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