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HR Going Off The Deep End
Stargzer   6/11/2014 10:27:44 AM
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One again HR goes off the deep end in search of diversity in the workplace.

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HR Misinterprets Our Requirements
Stargzer   6/11/2014 10:25:40 AM
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The Vegan advocate in HR rescued her from a local fish market.  We told HR we were looking for someone with multiple ARM experience. 

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Getting Her Feet Wet
Stargzer   6/11/2014 10:18:56 AM
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She's supposed to be testing our new touchscreen for scuba divers, but until we get the waterproof housing for it we're letting her get her feet wet on these old datacomm analyzers.

 

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From the ISO Auditor:
zeeglen   6/11/2014 9:53:10 AM
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"He should be wearing 8 wrist-straps, and his water tank needs to be grounded with an eel strap."

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June's Caption Contest
seaEE   6/10/2014 11:29:59 PM
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That project has legs.

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From legal..
CC VanDorne   6/10/2014 1:41:50 PM
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He was sent down from Legal.  He works like an animal but apparently every deal he inked turned into a horrible mess.

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Re: (More accurately) For the Python fans...
CC VanDorne   6/10/2014 1:25:03 PM
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You see, we lease this cephalopod back from the company we sold it to, that way it comes under the current monthly budget and not the capital account.

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For the Python fans...
CC VanDorne   6/10/2014 1:16:43 PM
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You see, we lease this cephalopod back from the company we sold it to, putting it under the current monthly budget instead of the anual budget.

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Or....
CC VanDorne   6/10/2014 1:10:21 PM
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You see, this way we don't have to toss our old single channel scopes.

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Re: "...An electric EEL and an Octopus ... '
Stargzer   6/10/2014 12:37:39 PM
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@eetcowie:  "...An electric EEL and an Octopus swam into a sand bar ..."

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