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TGR0
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New direction
TGR0   3/4/2014 2:12:40 PM
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The board has selected me as your new CEO because they feel the company needs a new direction.  So I invented one.  I call it "dn".

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Turnaround CEO
TGR0   3/4/2014 2:11:03 PM
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The board has selected me as your new CEO because they feel the company needs a new direction.  As this slide shows, I'm an expert at turnarounds.

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Thinking outside the box
Tiger Joe   3/4/2014 12:23:04 PM
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- So, what do we see here?

- I've got it : "Lowercase d and n just entered the room !"

- Very good sir, you win our monthly "Thinking outside the box" award.

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New design
Monkey_noise   3/4/2014 12:02:01 PM
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Thanks to the new sticker design, the arrow will always be correct, up or dn.

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March caption
bnowak0   3/4/2014 12:00:59 PM
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Meanwhile, at the Holistic Eye Care Conference...

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March caption
bnowak0   3/4/2014 11:54:47 AM
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Unapologetically, Bob was proud he saved some time by recycling last quarter's projected sales presentation to update the CEO's.

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March Contest
bmarks018   3/4/2014 11:47:51 AM
DOWN is the new UP.

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Ozzie Sales are Up!
Some Guy   3/4/2014 11:46:44 AM
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And, from the Sydney office, Australian results are up. Way up!

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Ozzie Slide Set
Some Guy   3/4/2014 11:43:15 AM
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Oops. Must have opened the slides meant for use in Australia.

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The Derivative of the Intersection is Down
Some Guy   3/4/2014 11:40:37 AM
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As you can clearly see, last month the derivative of the Intersection of sets was down. Way down.

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