@zeeglen: Engineers do not punch clocks. Nor do we tolerate spamsnakes. What rock did you slither out from under?
What ever rock it was, he's back under it -- I just erased his messages and disabled his account. It amazes me that people think that posting that sort of rubbish in forums like thsi will actually result in sales ... grrrrr
I have to post a photo of my office for you to have a better understanding about how it looks, I tried to upload a picture but it is not working. Our manager came lately with a lot of interesting ideas like buying new postage meters and even re-decorating our office with a futuristic design, all of our clients are amazed by the design and told us we have the best looking office from town.
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