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new2coding
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new2coding   3/22/2011 5:56:09 PM
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The boss was to cheap to rent a VSWR meter, so we hired you instead. Put your head down this EMI shielding cable...What you not sure if its safe? It says right here in your resume that you are willing to stick your neck out... I am glad you have reconsidered...besides it gets easer once it gets dark. Jimmy, fire up the big BQ!

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MICHAEL.DWYER_#1   3/22/2011 3:29:19 PM
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Can you reach around there and unplug the network cable?

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Bytefield   3/21/2011 11:29:15 PM
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Oscilloscope... ostrich... Dang it Bob, turn off autocorrect! Now, can we please fab that ottoman?

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Digerati Ohm   3/21/2011 7:48:18 PM
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So the boss says to me, "You're a resourceful guy. My kids want some really big Easter eggs this year..."

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Paul for One   3/21/2011 1:38:24 PM
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. . . These are nice for pinpointing the fault, but we are really looking for someone willing to do physical inspections of underground cabling faults. Think you can handle it?

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dadeus   3/21/2011 10:09:50 AM
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I was told the EMI in here messes with your head and makes you see things, but I .... WHOA!

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PradM   3/21/2011 6:19:22 AM
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Our random signal generator finally conked.... says here ur an expert on high speed randomness... not so good under pressure though... ill leave u to it then

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Quantimm   3/20/2011 6:21:07 PM
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Hi, I'm Stu Camelus. Come on in. The workstation on the left is yours. They hired me soon after the downsizing at the zoo. What's your story?

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wayneb   3/19/2011 8:54:26 PM
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"Ed, this will be your work area. As you can see the Ergonomics folks have already adjusted the height of your workstation."

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JPNance   3/18/2011 7:31:45 PM
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Finally after a long court battle, the animal activists were successful in integrating the workplace.

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