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AndyKunzHH
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AndyKunzHH   2/8/2013 8:30:56 PM
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Dear Mr. Mushnik, I've given up on horticulture in general, Audrey Jr. in particular, and have now started into electronics. Your friend, Seymour Krelboyne

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Parreco   2/8/2013 8:21:42 PM
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Yeah, as a matter of fact....we are enforcing our new non-disclosure agreement policy....why do you ask?

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GoBears84   2/8/2013 8:14:28 PM
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I've got a problem with this code and I can't quite wrap my mind around it.

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Paul Glaubitz   2/8/2013 8:13:02 PM
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The transporter development team need your help! The Python code somehow got spliced with the plant test subject....

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Knob   2/7/2013 8:21:26 AM
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The LDAP development team failed to anticipate retaliatory action from the Banyan Vines

seaEE
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seaEE   2/7/2013 5:14:06 AM
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"Clyde, I haven't found the resonant frequency of this circuit yet, but I seem to be getting some weird antenna effects. Clyde?"

pasturi
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pasturi   2/6/2013 10:00:42 PM
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You sure let me into your plant, Dexter, but I'm not grapeful.

pasturi
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pasturi   2/6/2013 9:56:42 PM
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You really let me into your plant,Dexter, but I'm not grapeful!

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Wnderer   2/5/2013 11:11:55 PM
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The memo said that the engineers would be transferred to the new plant.

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Chris.Wyland   2/5/2013 7:04:51 PM
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Bob can't join the webex. He's wrapped up in an exit interview.

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