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Rick_Hille
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re: March 2012 caption contest: Major crater
Rick_Hille   3/6/2012 4:30:12 PM
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"I know it's quite late and it's been tough times getting here, but we've finally received our allocation of 'shovel ready' projects"

bart818
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bart818   3/5/2012 9:28:19 PM
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I guess that cold fusion really does work!

Melanie
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Melanie   3/5/2012 5:18:35 PM
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I think that AT penalty was a bit of overkill.

Denis.Giri
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Denis.Giri   3/5/2012 3:24:04 PM
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nEEspresso, what else?

Don.Swaab
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Don.Swaab   3/5/2012 11:59:46 AM
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If you fail the design review, the boss pushes the button and the trap door opens.

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re: March 2012 caption contest: Major crater
TFCSD   3/5/2012 8:19:21 AM
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It could have been way worse. We could have been invited.

TFCSD
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TFCSD   3/5/2012 8:12:09 AM
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So, can engineering have more time to test our latest fusion battery design or are we still shipping today?

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TFCSD   3/5/2012 8:05:13 AM
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Take a note: In future meetings never use “God” and “software” in the same sentence.

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re: March 2012 caption contest: Major crater
TFCSD   3/5/2012 7:51:51 AM
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Is this what Karma looks like?

TFCSD
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TFCSD   3/5/2012 7:46:43 AM
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It’s been a month already, any one come up with a down side scenario to this yet?

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