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Kids and Factory Employees Say the Darndest Things


June 18, 2009 7:35 pm





Do you ever get the urge to go visit your local mall, sit, watch, and listen? I can’t be the only one. You see… random and often inappropriate comments seem to escape mouths like Jack Bauer raiding a terrorist encampment around these parts. I realize this is a strong image. Next time you hear a group out by the “water cooler” crack the door and turn up the hearing aid.

Hallways are not the only hosts for comical comments. With Twitter, Facebook, Blog, Email, and IM at their strongest it is nearly impossible not to make a fool of yourself on some form of media (as you have surely realized through these submissions).

We received an interesting comment this week. We were almost instructed to rewrite the Teaming 1 instructions for a software that has not yet been released publicly (Teaming 2/Boulder/Kablink we know it’s a mouthful. How bout Teambokab?). I don’t like talking about the software because its been ready to release “next week” for a month now. This has become a hurdle for us. We have been waiting weeks for the “GO” the “Green Light”. We have all of our forms ready and compatible in Teaming 2, we even have some much more interesting material waiting to be released. We wrote the teaming 2 deployment instructions before even writing the Teaming 1 deployment instructions. We can’t tell people that, but we certainly would like to. We are ready when you are for the Teaming 2 release. BRING ON THE BOULDER.

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