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BrainiacV   3/22/2013 6:25:16 PM
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And the better late than never entry is: As badly as Carl had misunderstood his directive to use Banyan Vines, Bob was glad he hadn't told him to use the Web.

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didymus7   3/7/2013 2:01:17 PM
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The cartoon contest judge should really have chosen Seymour's caption.

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didymus7   3/7/2013 2:00:18 PM
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Little did Peter know what the responsibilities of being 'Plant Manager' really entailed.

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didymus7   3/7/2013 1:57:53 PM
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...then the company hired Seymour as the director of Human Resources.

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Denis.Giri   3/4/2013 7:59:18 AM
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Found a tree!!! Not such if it's ever "been hairy", though...

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Gruntmaster5000   3/2/2013 4:16:20 AM
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Of COURSE it was tragic for his family, but um, erh, it's not like anybody is going to miss the plant manager inspecting OUR lab.

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BackplaneGuy   3/1/2013 8:40:28 PM
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A little shop of horrors.

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Don Swaab   2/28/2013 4:35:30 PM
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How old ARE those coffee beans in the break room?

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Don Swaab   2/28/2013 4:35:04 PM
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I'm climbing the corporate beanstalk.

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Don Swaab   2/28/2013 4:34:24 PM
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He's our new Java Beans developer.

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