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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   1/9/2013 7:22:27 PM
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Re my tale above -- Do you remember I said that I was 13 at the time? Did I ever mention that my little brother is 13 years younger than I? It was only a few weeks after my conversation with my dad that my parents sad me down and said "You're going to have a little brother or sister" Outside my head I was giving a brave smile -- inside my head klaxons were sounding, warning lights were flashing, and I heard my (internal) voice screaming "What? You're STILL doing IT???"

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mike65535   1/11/2013 1:28:06 PM
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My wife told my daughter, "They come from New Jersey".

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Max The Magnificent   1/14/2013 11:20:29 PM
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LOL

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Duane Benson   1/15/2013 12:30:07 AM
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Some day in the not too distant future: Mommy, Daddy, where do babies come from? Father: Well child, babies are made from parts of their mommy and daddy. You have parts from mommy and daddy in you because we got together at a special time and did some special things to make you. And because we came from our mommies and daddies, you have parts from your grandparents in you too; and parts from their parents and their parents. Mother: That's right. Before you were born, your father went to the Digikey website and bought a development board that I turned into your brain. I had to get a few more parts from Newark and Mouser to make it all work right. Father: And we got all of the servos and gears to make your arms and legs from Grandpa Bob. Mother: Oh, and your Uncle Jake wrote most of the firmware. Father: Grandpa George did the test and debug. He was a drinker, so that's probably why you have that facial twitch. Mother: Grandma Mary was always a jokester so one time when we weren't looking, she slipped in the code that made you cross eyed and clumsy. ...

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Thomas Chongruk   1/15/2013 11:41:41 PM
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Interesting pictures, but how many engineering type parents really want their kid(s) to grow up thinking they are actually 'airheads' ...



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