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tkane   4/20/2012 9:23:41 AM
The same thought ran through everyone's mind.  Break was over 5 minutes ago and how long had the boss been standing there?

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tkwanderson   4/20/2012 9:16:21 AM
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Everyone could see something was missing, but without the systems architecture drawing, nobody knew!

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HarryB   4/20/2012 9:15:52 AM
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"What a nightmare... I dreamt I was trapped in the Electronic Engineering Times "Immortal Works" contest...   :^)

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Tim   4/20/2012 7:51:54 AM
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Don't worry boys, our jobs are secure.  This "automation" stuff is just a fad.  ("Made in China" will also work instead of "automation".

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Tim   4/20/2012 7:45:38 AM
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Come work at O'Malleys.  Over 37 minutes without a lost time accident. 

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grayback   4/19/2012 5:56:18 PM
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has anyone seen the belt changer,  we need to get the main drive going.

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Dave Palmer   4/19/2012 5:41:41 PM
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If you think this place looks bad, you should see what it looked like before the safety audit.

If you think this place looks bad, you should see what it looked like before we started the 5S program.

If you think this place looks bad, you should see the engineering department.

Sure, this place is quiet now, but just wait until the donkey wakes up.

If you think this place looks bad, you should see where they make your smartphone.

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Rob Spiegel   4/19/2012 3:21:19 PM
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Don't slow down, boys, there's only 12 hours left to this shift.

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Dr. Frank N. Steen   4/19/2012 3:11:45 PM
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I'm tell'n ya, I seen a woman fill'n out a app in HR...

or

Just don't turn on the machine right now and we'll get your shirt tail out after the photographer leaves...

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T_Siefers   4/19/2012 3:06:10 PM
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Oh no, that new engineer has got his slide rule out again!

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