New Test Laptops Have Arrived

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Our new test laptops have arrived today. Recycled from UNIVAC 1103 parts, each unit is powered by batteries salvaged from a rusting fleet of Russian SSK Kilo Class Type 636 attack submarines.  Each charge can last up to 12 hours when running at periscope depth at 10 knots.  Keyboards, mice, and displays are not included.  Carrying cases with adjustable straps are optional.

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The New 3×1 Office Cubicles

Management announced today that it will be implementing a 3×1 cube policy effective immediately.  Three employees will be assigned to one cube and only one wall per cube will be provided.  The wall—made from recyclable scrap wood—can also be used as a portable desk top as seen in the picture above.  Management says that the new policy saves money, promotes harmony in the workplace, and reduces the carbon footprint.  Management is exempt from the policy.

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