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Re: November Caption Competition
David Ashton   12/2/2013 4:04:11 PM
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Hi Caleb

> I would never lie to you!

I'm sure you wouldn't Caleb, was just pulling your chain!  (It worked... :-)

 

> I meant that I hoped that people were telling others about it!

I think the number of entries is proof of that!

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Re: November Caption Competition
Caleb Kraft   12/2/2013 10:51:27 AM
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I would never lie to you! I meant that I hoped that people were telling others about it!

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David Ashton   11/29/2013 4:44:17 PM
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@Caleb - you wouldn't lie to us, would you ?? :-)

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Rick_Hille   11/29/2013 10:54:58 AM
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"OK, so the good news is, we've now got a good marketing angle for those potential customers who fear the exposure to close proximity RF"

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Rick_Hille   11/29/2013 10:45:09 AM
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"Yes I included an instantiation of a Booth multiplier in this compilation. Why do you ask?"

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Re: November Caption Competition
Caleb Kraft   11/29/2013 9:52:11 AM
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I hope this is accurate!

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Caleb Kraft   11/29/2013 9:51:29 AM
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strangely too true.

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Re: November's Caption
Caleb Kraft   11/29/2013 9:50:55 AM
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oh, the bane of every IT department everywhere.

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Re: November Caption
Caleb Kraft   11/29/2013 9:50:22 AM
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Hahah, that is what my son said!

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Novemeber Caption Contest
Wnderer   11/28/2013 9:00:34 AM
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That's not how you play Monopoly.

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