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gvictor   12/30/2011 10:18:37 PM
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It helps to first watch the following: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VU6hmgTY76M

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gvictor   12/30/2011 8:05:45 PM
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As the deadline rapidly approached, the usual sweet dreams were replaced by increasingly realistic nightmares.

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SemiProbe   12/30/2011 2:03:15 PM
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A million dollars in new test equipment and the only thing I can determine is that they are hungry!

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woohoo   12/30/2011 1:21:39 PM
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Sharks also use waves to track down prey, sadly this find will remain unclaimed for now.

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woohoo   12/30/2011 1:18:54 PM
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Can solar energy really be the "alternative"?

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Mitsurati   12/30/2011 5:34:20 AM
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Helpful Tip #12: When working on a complex problem, a few motorized shark fins can provide several hours of uninterrupted solitude.

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gvictor   12/30/2011 2:04:58 AM
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As sunset rapidly approached, Fred regretted not perfecting the shark repellent signal first.

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Detry   12/29/2011 11:41:56 PM
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"Here it is. 'Damping'. No effect?! NOOOOO!

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kdboyce   12/29/2011 9:10:19 PM
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Oh well! Now I know a stack of equipment does not make a good sail.

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arielbruscatto   12/29/2011 3:03:27 AM
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He will survive. He's just about to understand how an RTOS works.

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