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jkdrum   2/12/2013 3:06:22 PM
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Ahh! Does anyone here have a background in Bio-science?

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jkdrum   2/12/2013 3:02:20 PM
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It's not like good engineers just grow on trees.

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jkdrum   2/12/2013 3:00:36 PM
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Our newest engineer came from an Ivy league school.

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Rick_Hille   2/12/2013 2:51:24 PM
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Virgil ran into an unexpected twist in his organic solar cell project.

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Rick_Hille   2/12/2013 2:49:29 PM
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Hang on Frank, I've got an App.. er, axe for that!

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matt.perry   2/11/2013 2:45:37 PM
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Jack had warned the bean counters to stay away.

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kaygeeesan   2/11/2013 2:20:29 PM
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Management's new way of handling the office whiners

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kaygeeesan   2/11/2013 2:17:34 PM
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OK deal - I stop whining about the lack of comments in your code and you stop the vine treatment.

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TFCSD   2/11/2013 7:01:06 AM
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The way I see it, things might have worked out a tad better if engineering had been asked for some input on requirements.

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TFCSD   2/11/2013 6:53:14 AM
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Let me guess? Now you want my opinion?

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