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SquidlyJones
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SquidlyJones   10/27/2011 8:15:34 PM
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Yummy! My favorite, CHIP beef!

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zeeglen   10/27/2011 7:37:32 PM
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The test equipment salesman demonstrates how their latest environmental chamber will save money by running heat, humidity, and salt corrosion tests all at the same time.

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Silicon_Smith   10/27/2011 5:58:35 PM
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You just about covered all the semiconductor puns and wordplays I could think of. Grr.

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Silicon_Smith   10/27/2011 5:56:50 PM
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I would love to have a byte of what he is cooking!

EE Guy
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EE Guy   10/27/2011 12:22:40 PM
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I guess we should have been more specific to management when we put in a req for a P-Spice Expert!

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antiquus   10/25/2011 8:39:58 PM
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...and for the kiddies, we always start the day with a bowl of chips for breakfast! (with apologies to IBM's "Think" magazine, circa 1978.)

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ehat001   10/25/2011 8:22:17 PM
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Love it!

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Finistere21   10/25/2011 11:55:57 AM
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...I thought "lightly seasoned" meant we put it through salt fog.

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Robert.Czeranko   10/24/2011 9:35:42 PM
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Welcome to the Aperature Sciences Enrichment Center Cafeteria. After testing is completed there will be cake.

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RJBoat   10/24/2011 3:27:08 PM
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Failures are put to good use in the EMI test lab.

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