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Flukee
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Flukee   2/18/2011 7:44:34 PM
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Whew! I'm glad that sound isn't coming from where I thought it was!

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Doug_S   2/18/2011 7:41:02 PM
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See, now this is exactly why I told you not to mention the new product line's band gap issue to the marketing VP!

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DrMark0   2/18/2011 7:40:34 PM
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Bob is developing our next product: Marching Band Hero.

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no clever name   2/18/2011 7:37:49 PM
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I thought cutting the legs off his desk was funny. I knew he would retaliate, but I never thought it would sink this low.

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DrFalcon   2/18/2011 5:47:47 PM
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He's working on our answer to IBM's Watson. No one has the heart to tell him "Name That Tune" has been off the air for years.

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Pismomann   2/18/2011 5:38:12 AM
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"Rock Band" really blew it with that one!

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Tony Tewell   2/17/2011 10:21:06 PM
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Top brass always have to show off, don't they?

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