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re: February's caption contest looks divine
TFCSD   2/11/2013 6:48:11 AM
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It depends,there's several health reasons why certain plants are not allowed in offices, Why do you ask?

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TFCSD   2/11/2013 6:40:28 AM
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Your right, we can't program a FPGA to do that.

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TFCSD   2/11/2013 6:36:40 AM
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An old fashioned hardware On/Off switch would be handy right about now wouldn't it?

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TFCSD   2/11/2013 6:27:07 AM
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Come to brag again about your biology projects doing something better than silicon?

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TFCSD   2/11/2013 6:19:05 AM
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Grapevines you say? I would just ignore them because round here they never amount to anything but idle rumors and gossip.

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pasturi   2/10/2013 7:51:08 PM
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As the saying goes: "There's no love among leaves!"

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pasturi   2/10/2013 7:45:59 PM
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It all started with a bind date. It ended up with tying the knot....and they lifted happily everafter.

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pasturi   2/10/2013 7:26:56 PM
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"She fancies you, man! She thinks you're Mr. Bean!"

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pasturi   2/10/2013 7:20:08 PM
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-"Don't just stand there! Do something!" -"I'm tying! I'm tying!"

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seaEE   2/10/2013 7:09:15 AM
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Rumors had abounded that their competitor had placed a plant somewhere in their building...

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