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bnowak0
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October Caption
bnowak0   10/8/2013 8:52:42 AM
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"We've been asked to cut back on our office spending again. So give him one juice box now, and another one AFTER he finishes his work."

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October caption comp
David Ashton   10/8/2013 6:04:27 AM
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"He's sulking 'cos Caleb's not offering any cool boards as prizes in this month's caption comp!"       :-p

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October caption contest
David Ashton   10/8/2013 4:33:21 AM
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Head of Lab: "But he told us he was 21!  And he's our best designer!"

Principal: "Baloney! He's only 14! And he's coming back to school!"

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October caption contest
David Ashton   10/8/2013 4:28:22 AM
"He reckons the radiation from the screens helps his acne...."

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David Ashton   10/8/2013 4:00:16 AM
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....Windows crashed again.......

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A round for the house
seaEE   10/8/2013 1:06:00 AM
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That's Shasta Tiki Punch he's drinking.  And he hasn't written a bad line of code yet.  I'm thinking of ordering the stuff for all of our programmers.

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Dan.Roganti   10/7/2013 9:21:56 PM
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Here's our illustrious prodigy at work mastering the conglomerate, worldwide mesh of network infrastructure here at NSA straight from elementary school, Edward Snowden

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Seedbed
Ehecatl   10/7/2013 5:08:04 PM
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And this is our seedbed for professional services talent.



Michael Dunn
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The intern
Michael Dunn   10/7/2013 4:33:43 PM
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He's our top programmer – here from kindergarten on a co-op term.

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