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Max The Magnificent
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re: Max is on the bacon train ... and it's not slowing down
Max The Magnificent   5/10/2013 2:26:20 PM
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## What happened to Sylvie anyway? She's working for Atmel in Marketing/PR and doing a brilliant job of it of course.

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re: Max is on the bacon train ... and it's not slowing down
Wnderer   4/19/2013 7:22:07 PM
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Max "I don't fit into my XL Hawaiian shirts" wearing a propeller beanie and eating bacon. Who'd want to miss that. And Sylvie used to wonder why red-blooded American teenage girls would rather be tied up by vampires than pursue a career in engineering. What happened to Sylvie anyway? I used to like her blogs.

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re: Max is on the bacon train ... and it's not slowing down
Wobbly   4/18/2013 7:33:43 PM
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Mmmmm, bacon. Wish I could make it, but we are nearing tapeout in support of the Internet of Everything.



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