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bnowak0   9/6/2013 10:33:21 AM
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"Times are tough. Are you guys hiring?"

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bnowak0   9/6/2013 10:27:23 AM
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"This was no bauding accident!"

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CrawfordGriffith   9/6/2013 9:04:52 AM
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But honey, you *seriously* over-engineered that garbage disposal!

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renderdata   9/6/2013 8:28:01 AM
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You've had more than two weeks!  Where is my freakin' "laser" beam!!

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srobillard06501   9/6/2013 4:27:06 AM
Were gonna need a bigger arduino!

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DSP Ahoy!
bobdvb   9/6/2013 3:31:32 AM
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I said I wanted to use a SHARC DSP not an actual Shark! But that does explain the short lead time though... Can someone call maintenance?

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Da-na-na-na-na-na
seaEE   9/6/2013 12:08:47 AM
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Now this RC oscillatory circuit creates a waveform with a rise and fall that looks like a shark's dorsal fin.  Can't you just see Jaws swimming across the screen, Da-na-na-na-na-na.  Har!  Here, let me crank up the amplitude.  Now many say this circuit serves no useful purpose, and that the sound is actually quite grating on the ear, but to me it sounds like a beautiful stradivarius playin--

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tritonesub   9/5/2013 11:29:13 PM
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That's a great white noise generator you have there Phil!

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mydigitalhome   9/5/2013 8:51:09 PM
Your two o'clock attach a laser to a frickin' shark appointment is here

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Wallnut   9/5/2013 8:45:34 PM
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Tech Support Reply: In regards to Incident 7718  "Missing Megabite of data", I think we found it.

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