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Party down with the March caption contest

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re: Party down with the March caption contest
JeffL_2   3/5/2013 8:41:12 PM
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...and under the old retirement plan we received a lot of complaints from employees that upper management was getting so-called "golden parachutes", or unfairly lucrative deals compared with what the average employee receives, so we came up with this new system which is clearly much more equitable. Any questions?

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skriesberg   3/5/2013 7:25:10 PM
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I knew we should have had a pre-party meeting to determine what to bring, everybody brought balloons and nobody brought the Raspberry Pi

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