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EEreader
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re: Vote for the March cartoon caption contest winner!
EEreader   4/12/2011 1:25:50 PM
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I missed the deadline for my: "No, boss, these don't come configured out-of-box to dispense feed." :)

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Shailendra.Carpenter   4/1/2011 8:21:47 PM
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How about this captions: Mr Engineer, when can I fly again?

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ReneCardenas   3/31/2011 9:38:00 PM
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Typos are such a riot to see in Job postings, and so typical of poorly staffed HR depts. LoL

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zeeglen   3/31/2011 9:13:37 PM
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"You really stuck your neck out when you bought these old scopes. (Wire Man)" Had to vote for this, so much like a recent job when I complained about having no oscilloscope I was given a 10 Megasample (that's right, 10 MEGAsample) piece of garbage. And no probes. Morons in management...

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ndancer   3/31/2011 8:35:11 PM
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When HR gives you the bird, you just know they not only laid an egg, but your emissions are going to go off the (Smith) chart.

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Silicon_Smith   3/31/2011 7:06:28 PM
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EMI and EMU engineer.. Lol. The U/I typos are actually very common. Looks like someone made an error in the mail trail somewhere.. never know, the bird might be able to find out the EMI bugs too.



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