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enicks   2/9/2012 3:43:22 PM
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To All New High School Graduates: STEM or Management?

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TFCSD   2/6/2012 4:20:23 AM
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And... THAT'S how Sales solves engineering problems. Any other problem?

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RWatkins   1/31/2012 6:23:28 PM
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The new manager must have misunderstood about our being "teed off" about the testing schedule.

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binarybrain   1/30/2012 8:53:19 PM
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I asked for help from a FPGA expert not a PGA Pro.

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Wnderer   1/30/2012 7:40:18 PM
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Hamster Parachute Testing

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Wnderer   1/30/2012 6:17:45 PM
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The engineers were cruel to kittens.

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HeadhunterBKS   1/29/2012 2:25:49 PM
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Didn't you tell Him the GM was stopping by before lunch!

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gvictor   1/28/2012 8:38:58 AM
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I enjoy company perks as much as the next person, but did they have to put the indoor driving range here?

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gvictor   1/28/2012 8:17:24 AM
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Physically, it appears that Bob is back from the holiday break. Mentally, not so much.

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dmcghie   1/27/2012 11:49:31 PM
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OMG. It isn't just nutrinos that can go faster than the speed of light.

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