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paddy_FS   6/10/2011 6:07:50 AM
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It is hardware bug.... (thank god not my software)

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Sheetal.Pandey   6/10/2011 1:33:37 AM
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I am the candle on the cake of electronic circuits thats controlled remotely.

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old account Frank Eory   6/9/2011 11:08:44 PM
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Ground bounce? I thought you said Clown bounce!

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ruthlessberger   6/9/2011 8:20:47 PM
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Shortly after installing a cappuccino machine, the company had to install a trampoline.

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Ed1234   6/9/2011 8:16:30 PM
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"I just love qualifying new accelerometer ICs!"

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JOtt   6/9/2011 6:05:15 PM
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Typical day at work, engineers doing the work, management hopping from decision to decision.

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Tony Tewell   6/9/2011 6:01:44 PM
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The intern's demo of a half-sine wave was at least creative.

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adamhoffert   6/9/2011 5:20:50 PM
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When I said that frequency hopping was a requirement for this project, that's not exactly what I meant...

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drkepley   6/9/2011 4:02:54 PM
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Out of work, Joe Engineer bounced higher as he dreamed of working in a lab once again!

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PPettit   6/9/2011 3:35:01 PM
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Just a little more the battery is almost charged.

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