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TFCSD   9/15/2012 7:07:55 AM
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Just a little more time and it will work perfect

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TFCSD   9/15/2012 7:04:43 AM
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And I said 5% travel is not so bad.

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TFCSD   9/15/2012 7:01:33 AM
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Huston, we found the problem. It's software.

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TFCSD   9/15/2012 7:00:20 AM
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When I said I could add that feature "on the fly", I meant before the launch.

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TFCSD   9/15/2012 6:57:34 AM
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Finally, I got a room with a view

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TFCSD   9/15/2012 6:56:53 AM
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Let's see, at fifty cents a mile deduction for a business trip. Carry over the Net Operating Loss. . .Sweet!

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seaEE   9/15/2012 4:50:28 AM
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At last Lance had reached a place where no one could reach him by email, text, IM, Twitter, phone, or Facebook. He actually got some work done that day.

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greenlime   9/14/2012 8:13:17 PM
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yayyyy... all equipment's powered with solar!!

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greenlime   9/14/2012 8:12:14 PM
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Hmm.. I don't have to worry of static.

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MarkBort   9/14/2012 12:49:13 AM
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Bored Brad … at CAD … one lad … good dad … want ad … launch pad … so glad … wear plaid … no fad … but had … space RAD … go mad … too bad … so sad!

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