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Janelle Dvorak

The Man at work. I am looking forward to the review. We watched "There Will Be Blood" with fascination and horror and wonder if "The Master" will be a similarly engrossing experience.

Linkmeister

"That coffee cup is too close to the keyboard!"

So sayeth the former IT manager, who thought he'd gotten over that particular tic.

Marcus

Lance, you have no idea how much good it does me to see an actual spiral-bound notebook and ballpoint pen featured in the production of "creative content:...

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