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2012-12-20 12:56:46 AM  
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Is this his other neighbor?
2012-12-20 03:03:08 AM  
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Cave Johnson here. I came into this thread hoping for an Aperture Science reference, and by Jovian moon ejecta, you delivered. Why Jovian moon ejecta? Funny you should ask. The lab boys are working on that as we speak. The important thing: initiative: You've got it, and I like that. Fact is, we could use some more of that around here. Caroline, make a note: From now on, all employees are to be instructed to be twice as initiative-taking as before, during the Scheduled Daily Spontaneity Moments. What? Sure, the robot employees too; just crank up those initiative settings; I don't see why not.

/don't mind me, up for a bit in middle of the night with a headache/cold, and in a silly/dumb mood while I wait for the sinus meds to take effect
2012-12-20 02:35:34 AM  
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What do you do if your Christmas tree is 6 feet taller than your ceiling?

Buy a new tape measure.
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