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ARasmussen   1/19/2012 8:41:58 PM
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I sure wish Big Jim wouldn't launch the product before we finished developing it.

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Will.Dauchy   1/19/2012 4:23:04 PM
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The 1024 injectable micro sensors we put in your ball say you have a wicked slice.

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Don.Swaab   1/19/2012 2:40:11 PM
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Don't mind me, I'm just puttering around in the lab.

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Don.Swaab   1/19/2012 2:39:42 PM
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Tell the boss I'm busy making a tee connection.

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Don.Swaab   1/19/2012 2:39:04 PM
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Don't think of it as playing golf on company time; think of it as green engineering.

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kdboyce   1/19/2012 7:56:16 AM
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Surprising staff, Smilin' Sam swings superbly, sending silicon speed sensor sailing skyward, savagely striking several sensitive systems, subsequently smashing said sensor senseless.

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kdboyce   1/19/2012 7:19:13 AM
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Testing the iBall was a job Ted eagerly accepted!

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kdboyce   1/19/2012 7:13:46 AM
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Ted always plays the ball where it lies ... even if no one can figure out how it got there.

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fredlvt   1/18/2012 10:12:46 PM
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After an egregious programming error, Steve takes his Mulligan.

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Code Monkey   1/18/2012 9:13:32 PM
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No no, I needed you to test the new SOLDER balls".

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