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David Ashton   6/29/2013 7:36:46 PM
No, Bob!  The Boss said "Try and think OUTSIDE the box!"

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kfield   6/29/2013 7:46:40 PM
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Note - this is NOT an entry: David so pleased to see you back on EE Times! drop me an email some time!

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David Ashton   6/29/2013 7:47:42 PM
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"He's been like this ever since management refused to get him a new monitor...."

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David Ashton   6/29/2013 7:57:07 PM
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Management were overheard saying that engineering are just a bunch of monkeys.  So he's "See no evil".

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David Ashton   6/29/2013 7:59:38 PM
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He's trying to get back that great "Out of box experience" that it had when it was new....

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David Ashton   6/30/2013 3:13:10 AM
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Step 35: Remove the box from the head, press the red button on your remote control, and your new Engineer-in-a-Box is ready for work!

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CCarpenter0   6/30/2013 12:18:26 PM
BE the black box! 

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bnowak0   7/4/2013 10:40:51 AM
No, Bob. That is NOT how you stay anonymous online...

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Max The Magnificent   7/4/2013 12:01:47 PM
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@David: No, Bob!  The Boss said "Try and think OUTSIDE the box!"

Good one!

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Max The Magnificent   7/4/2013 12:02:30 PM
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@CCarpenter0: BE the black box!

Love it!

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