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David Ashton
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David Ashton   2/10/2013 1:28:16 AM
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Bob regrets his choice of Python as the language for his Bio-tronics project....

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alkey3   2/9/2013 2:44:42 AM
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These Creeping Features from Marketing will be the Death of this project!

Dav_E
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Dav_E   2/8/2013 11:53:04 PM
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Messing with Mother Nature I see.

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tduepner   2/8/2013 9:48:18 PM
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No worries, man! We set the largest lobe of the antenna over the farmers field next door. TeraWatt here we come!

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pasturi   2/8/2013 9:22:19 PM
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There IS a happy ending to this....and they lifted happily everafter.

NoNIckName_#2
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NoNIckName_#2   2/8/2013 9:14:17 PM
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The landscape maintenance department stages a company coup.

pasturi
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pasturi   2/8/2013 9:13:39 PM
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Oh! Have I got plants for you!!

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Silverlock   2/8/2013 8:38:59 PM
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Guthrie realized he had misheard the marketing director when he had said their new product was divine.

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Silverlock   2/8/2013 8:38:09 PM
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Feed me, CMOS!

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GoBears84   2/8/2013 8:37:06 PM
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The plant put the squeeze on Bob to get the latest prototype into production by the end of the month.

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