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elPresidente   12/4/2012 9:07:20 PM
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Due to cutbacks, we've hired an outside contractor to distribute your bonus for this year

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elPresidente   12/4/2012 9:00:51 PM
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Bill Gates, left in the cold, after ho ho ho-ing his company out with their latest 100 inch Surface tablet.

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elPresidente   12/4/2012 8:50:06 PM
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The communications standards say that three taps is not enough to be able to open your eyes, let alone initiate handshaking.

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elPresidente   12/4/2012 8:43:42 PM
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L.F. Industries' last email said our newest lab toy should arrive around the 24th.

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elPresidente   12/4/2012 8:40:36 PM
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That's just Barney. He and some lab equipment got sacked in the last round of cutbacks.

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elPresidente   12/4/2012 8:34:53 PM
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Our CFO has left our distributor out in the cold.

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elPresidente   12/4/2012 8:31:55 PM
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He's not really at the window. I'm doing research on tele-presents

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Thomas "Rick" Tewell   12/4/2012 3:43:17 PM
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Hey...Apple guys! There are a bunch of very confused kids. We gotta talk about your map software.

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