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David Ashton   8/6/2014 8:08:52 PM
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"Max is dropping by tomorrow....we better get some Bacon too!"

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David Ashton   8/6/2014 8:07:17 PM
Bob finds that even with an ovoid profile, calcium carbonate does NOT make a good housing for electronics.

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BinaryJudy   8/6/2014 7:54:53 PM
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Dammit Bob, didn't you learn anything from the last project! Now we are literally going to be walking on eggshells!

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BinaryJudy   8/6/2014 7:31:31 PM
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Remember this is a beta release, get the frying pan ready.

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BinaryJudy   8/6/2014 7:28:45 PM
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Umm... I think we put it in the environmental test chamber for too long.

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BinaryJudy   8/6/2014 7:25:16 PM
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RC1; it's finally happening after all our hard work... we're gonna be dads Bob.

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Wnderer   8/6/2014 7:05:52 PM
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I know some programmers like to hide Easter Eggs...

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Wnderer   8/6/2014 7:03:31 PM
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Now all we need is some bagels and bacon.

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Wnderer   8/6/2014 7:00:22 PM
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I think the new guy is finally coming out of his shell.

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Wnderer   8/6/2014 6:58:56 PM
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I said to order the motherboard from Newegg.

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