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9/4/2013

Bob's attempt at floating-point computation was a megaflop.
Bob's attempt at floating-point computation was a megaflop.

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junko.yoshida
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Hot air
junko.yoshida   9/21/2013 7:50:49 AM
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Um, I actually loved that David Ashton's "That proves it! Managers make enough hot air to get a balloon off the ground"!

Susan Rambo
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Clever
Susan Rambo   9/4/2013 10:51:48 PM
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Congrats to The_Manfred All of these are clever. Good job--funny and smart.

 

rick merritt
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Good one!
rick merritt   9/4/2013 9:18:43 PM
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Funny!

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