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May 9, 2012
Aww PHB looks so moved, I feel bad for him :(
 
 
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Jun 6, 2010
Marvellous...
I should ask my manager to try this.
But he is too dumb to even spell Twitter!
 
 
Jan 13, 2010
Now the only problemis that managers might just get wise to this....
 
 
Jan 12, 2010
I did laugh when I read this, I must say... and who says these social sites aren't useful!

Just a comment on the "unacceptable" word.... I should think that it IS a crude pattern search. Probably a bot on the post server. And since I am sure not too much money was given out for it, by the server administrators, it is probably a crude word pattern search, based on american english, without contextural relevence.
So a british english word, that would be of no consequence in a similar british bot, is flagged. As an Englander, I would always use the word in question, and have never knowingly used the word "snicker" outide the context of a chocolate bar!
Such things happen all the time with so rich a language as english, in all its various forms. I find it amusing how words can take on interesting cultural twists ;-) So how many brits out there have asked an american for a rubber?
 
 
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Nov 6, 2009
Pure genius…should have thought of this myself
 
 
 
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