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voila!
seaEE   1/12/2014 1:12:07 AM
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So this circuit will tally all of the votes in your kingdom and feed them into your castle.  Uh--thanks let me read the spec again...right-o, this is a monarchy, yes.  Okay, so this circuit allows you to enter the king's will into this input, and then, voila, it is output to each and every citizen in the kingdom instantly!

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January's Comic Is Fit for a King
TFCSD   1/11/2014 10:58:44 PM
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Yet another sad example when engineers fail to consider their audience

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Re: GUERDA??
David Ashton   1/11/2014 6:00:00 PM
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@Caleb - I reckon you must have fingers like mine, with a mind of their own....

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NoNIckName_#2   1/11/2014 1:08:13 PM
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The king ponders how to inform his wizard that the proposed catapult control circuit, with multiple floating inputs, will never work reliably.

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Caleb Kraft   1/11/2014 10:44:28 AM
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I make that mistake EVERY time I type his name. I'll get that fixed ASAP!

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eetcowie   1/10/2014 6:37:39 PM
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"...and this is a light bulb, which in terms of performance, no one can hold a candle to..."

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eetcowie   1/10/2014 4:03:56 PM
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Nerd: "I named this presentation software after the stick used in jousting; I call it, PowerPoint".

King: "What is software?"

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eetcowie   1/10/2014 3:24:39 PM
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"...and this stage here, replaces the king and his kingdom."

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eetcowie   1/10/2014 2:35:30 PM
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"...sire, where did you think the term 'Crowning Achievement' came from?"

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eetcowie   1/10/2014 2:25:13 PM
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"...and HERE is where the FIRE-BREATHING dragon comes out...!"

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