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Posted Thursday, April 21, 2011 9:12 PM


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A great blooper reel, Steve. Good music at the end, a fine looking kitty and ranch views. And, since this is the last weekend for skiing, that means I can break out the Aloha shirts once again, as the weather in Seattle is improving as the melt down (snow) continues. Happy Easter to all!!

And yes, I am working this weekend on server maintenance...
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Posted Saturday, April 23, 2011 10:02 AM


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Thanks, and hope everything goes smooth for you this weekend.








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Regarding working during the holidays, I've known people who sometimes go into work on a holiday, then take a different day off. That way, they get a quiet day at work (and an easier commute), and a day off without the crowds.

Happy Easter, everyone!



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Posted Sunday, April 24, 2011 8:27 AM


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Before Okt 2008, Easter day and New years day where the only two days our production would be in full stop.
The only occasion to do some real systems maintenance for the IT crowd.

Nowadays, out plant came to a full stop on friday and will fire up again on wednesday.
Plenty of time to do some stuff.

btw I'm still on call for the long weekend. Just in case our security officers pc breaks down or loses internet connection


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Peter Maloof (4/23/2011)
Regarding working during the holidays, I've known people who sometimes go into work on a holiday, then take a different day off. That way, they get a quiet day at work (and an easier commute), and a day off without the crowds.

Happy Easter, everyone!


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