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agk
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agk   10/1/2011 8:39:37 AM
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Yah right place to fix my eva's dropper

Dancer
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Dancer   9/30/2011 9:11:29 PM
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"Tag, you're it!"

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Silicon_Smith   9/30/2011 6:15:17 PM
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Bob gives the engineering team a "heads-up" on the new project coming their way!

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Jason Tomko   9/30/2011 4:12:49 PM
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Engineers often used the lab "SOP" (Stealth Observation Platform) to sneak peeks at Sally's curvaceous waveforms.

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EEreader   9/30/2011 2:11:50 PM
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The boss thought the "nanny cams" were too expensive.

Jason Tomko
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Jason Tomko   9/30/2011 3:10:14 AM
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By moving his mattress into the test lab, Bill eliminated a long valley commute and expensive living arrangements.

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pad7w6   9/29/2011 6:41:05 PM
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Hi, I am up here building circuits for those new diodes with high current-voltage curves.

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pad7w6   9/29/2011 6:35:44 PM
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Hi, I am up here installing antennas for those new high-frequency radios we are testing next week.

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RajKBhutani   9/29/2011 10:32:39 AM
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"Hey dude, this is the perfect place for data hiding".

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PointOnePA   9/28/2011 11:40:00 PM
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Drat. Sooner of later someone was bound to find the control room for "The Cube".

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