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dt_hayden
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Re: egg on his face
dt_hayden   8/6/2014 2:44:57 PM
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Nice to hear, it's a fun way to spend a lunch.

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Re: egg on his face
kfield   8/6/2014 2:34:50 PM
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@dt_hayden  You're putting a BIG SMILE on my face this Wedneday afternoon!

dt_hayden
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egg on his face
dt_hayden   8/6/2014 2:33:26 PM
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The moment came to validate the performance of the new RF generator design.  Buck wondered if the generator had cooked the egg in its shell, or would he end up with egg on his face, and all over the lab.

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goose egg
dt_hayden   8/6/2014 2:21:38 PM
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The boss said to keep count of our creative engineering solutions, but so far all we have is a big ol' goose egg.

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