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GeneralCode Project's logo PinmemberCésar de Souza16-Sep-10 10:04 
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GeneralRe: Code Project's logo PinmemberEl Corazon16-Sep-10 10:19 
César de Souza wrote:
Where did it come from?

 
Well... see... there was this crash [^]in the desert of New Mexico... Then Bob's disk-mates were carted off by the Army for medical experimentation, but Bob was carried off unconscious by a roving band of friendly Hamsters.... Bob walked dazed and upset throughout the country with his hamster friends hiding from everyone until they finally found a peaceful home at CodeProject.
 
You can still see the tears in the one eye for his lost disk-mates....
 
P.S.... Every now and then the US Army tries to break into Code Project Servers to find the exact location of Bob to "repatriate" him for more medical experimentation. The Hamsters get upset, everyone hurriedly moves Bob to a new room in case the special forces squad breaks in.... and then everything returns to normal when nothing happens.... The Hamsters are very protective of Bob.
_________________________
John Andrew Holmes "It is well to remember that the entire universe, with one trifling exception, is composed of others."
 
Shhhhh.... I am not really here. I am a figment of your imagination.... I am still in my cave so this must be an illusion....

GeneralRe: Code Project's logo PinmemberCésar de Souza16-Sep-10 10:29 
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GeneralRe: Code Project's logo PinmemberCésar de Souza16-Sep-10 11:42 
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GeneralRe: Code Project's logo PinmvpHenry Minute16-Sep-10 10:59 
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GeneralBob's Revelation PinadminChris Maunder16-Sep-10 14:24 
GeneralRe: Bob's Revelation PinmemberCésar de Souza16-Sep-10 14:38 
GeneralRe: Bob's Revelation PinmemberGregory.Gadow16-Sep-10 15:00 
GeneralRe: Bob's Revelation PinmvpMycroft Holmes16-Sep-10 15:40 

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