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BrainiacV
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BrainiacV   9/9/2011 7:09:42 PM
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Bob suddenly realizes what happened to his predecessor.

GordonScott
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GordonScott   9/9/2011 9:51:41 AM
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In Norman's opinion, "Just pushing the Envelope" was now wearing a little thin.

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GordonScott   9/9/2011 9:36:46 AM
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I have some real doubts about the new guy's understanding of code coverage testing.

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GordonScott   9/9/2011 9:30:47 AM
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It's time we reduce managerial overheads.

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Wnderer   9/8/2011 9:46:17 PM
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Patent law changing from first to invent to first to file, has really increased industrial espionage.

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David Ashton   9/8/2011 2:02:46 AM
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Management says costs have gone through the roof....I'm just trying to bring them down.

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David Ashton   9/8/2011 1:59:00 AM
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Don't worry Jane....Management think they're a bit above the rest of us....you'll get used to it....

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David Ashton   9/8/2011 1:48:16 AM
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We've been having problems with the noise floor, but I think we just found the noise ceiling.....

old account Frank Eory
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old account Frank Eory   9/7/2011 11:04:19 PM
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HR messed up again. The job description mentioned experience with "roofing filters", not roofing lifters.

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Don.Swaab   9/7/2011 9:47:32 PM
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No, I asked for a peak measurement, not a peek measurement.

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