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(The New York Times)   Call me old fashioned, but I'm going to opt for the office furniture that doesn't tell HR anything   (nytimes.com) divider line
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2021-01-13 4:17:27 PM  
Solved.

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2021-01-13 4:40:41 PM  
honest problem, how is this gonna work for those people with the adjustable desks that let you sit or stand, most people who use them switch it out during the day.
 
2021-01-13 5:02:50 PM  
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2021-01-13 5:20:45 PM  

downstairs: Solved.



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current problem
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2021-01-13 5:32:27 PM  
"Hey Bill, how's it going? It's me again, yep same issue as before. This is so weird, this cheap ass sensor cushion broke again. God, corporate is really buying the cheapest chinese shiat these days. Anyway I'm just going to drop by to leave the broken one with you, don't want it to get lost. Let me know later what is the timeline for the replacement order"
 
2021-01-13 5:48:05 PM  
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(of course im FARKing, sooooooo......)
 
2021-01-13 7:13:02 PM  
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Hey boss, I got some data for your cushion that you can analyze
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