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re: March 2012 caption contest: Major crater
MarkBort   3/25/2012 5:06:38 AM
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Despite the naysayers predictions, this time we really did get to the bottom of it!

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re: March 2012 caption contest: Major crater
kdboyce   3/24/2012 5:30:40 AM
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Holy Holes Bateman! Now look what you've done!

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kdboyce   3/24/2012 5:17:53 AM
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The portable hole works, but there is a problem. I haven't yet figured out how to close it.

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kdboyce   3/24/2012 5:15:50 AM
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The portable hole product is now a reality. I just didn't expect it to go THAT deep!

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John Flint   3/23/2012 6:13:32 PM
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Siri said it was OK to download both the Cold Fusion and Micro Hadron Collider Apps!

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robbok   3/22/2012 10:54:45 PM
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So is this the opposite of putting our data in the cloud?

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re: March 2012 caption contest: Major crater
joemcjoejoe   3/22/2012 4:01:39 PM
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See I told you the new iPad got too hot

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julesnyc   3/22/2012 1:22:36 PM
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Herb accidentally left the prototype nuclear-powered coffee-maker on all night long. When the water in the resevoir boiled away, the core experienced a melt-down. It's probably somewhere in China by now.

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re: March 2012 caption contest: Major crater
Toyj2   3/20/2012 8:53:42 PM
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The "debunker" guys on tv said don't try this at home, but Johnson just had to light the non dairy creamer....

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MarkBort   3/20/2012 5:30:29 PM
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The problem resolution team endures a daily grind through underlying uncertainty, finally successful in creating a noticeable impact.

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