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  • wpickthorn
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    Re: Mystery investors in Alpha exposed...

    I liked the last one. Any comic with Jerry Garcia is great! Oh wait.......

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  • spudmurphy
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    I don't know if they'll cut this thread, I hope not - it lightens the load to have a smile now and then, here are my current smirks :)

    Rubbish
    The Far Side.jpg
    My version - "You know you want to" :)
    The Far Side2.jpg
    Sub Text "They value me, I owe it to them"
    The Far Side3.jpg
    Lesson to be learned by would be improvisers - "Look chaps, let's not get ahead of ourselves"
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    Last edited by spudmurphy; 05-08-2013, 01:19 AM.

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  • SNusa
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    Re: Mystery investors in Alpha exposed...

    Originally posted by milesjg View Post
    Selwyn testing the latest release...


    [ATTACH=CONFIG]35504[/ATTACH]
    "Priceless" (I gave up "voicing my perspectives on everything a5", I'm just here for the humor... ~ And that last photo just made spit my beer.)
    Last edited by SNusa; 05-05-2013, 09:24 PM.

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  • frankbicknell
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    'Get Rich Slow' scheme...
    That is my idea. I even had seminars....but nobody came..... I don't get it.....

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  • milesjg
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    Re: Mystery investors in Alpha exposed...

    Selwyn testing the latest release...


    never done that.PNG

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  • iRadiate
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    Here's Selwyn being punished in school

    punitionis8.jpg

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  • DaveM
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    Re: Mystery investors in Alpha exposed...

    can't be! I am not british. LOL

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  • jkwrpc
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    Dave - l am beginning to think that you and "spudmurphy" are actually the same person.

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  • DaveM
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    Re: Mystery investors in Alpha exposed...

    on a less serious note:
    The Software Lab in Action

    The Software Lab at Vacation?

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  • DaveM
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    Re: Mystery investors in Alpha exposed...

    On a serious note:

    I hope that whatever investments that are forthcoming goes to further development and advertising on a global level.

    I noticed another competitor(their words), that actually had a alpha5 screenshot on their web. They had 4 other software companies listed as well. I thought it funny, but someone out there considers alpha as a formidable opponent.

    In sales, it is never a good idea to compare yourselves against others because it gives the client the idea that they need to see for themselves.

    Maybe alpha could do a competitive product discount? Maybe they do?

    Well, I shut up now and knowing I am enemy number 1 at alpha. LOL

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  • spudmurphy
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    John, the drivel I post here is but a small cog in my diabolical 'Get Rich Slow' scheme... and it’s working a treat. :)

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  • jkwrpc
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    Re: Mystery investors in Alpha exposed...

    SpudMurphy - I am really worried about you! Have you considered counseling to help with the issues you are having? :)

    What really really scares me, is I am beginning to think I understand you.

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  • Keith Hubert
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    And I thought this was the Alpha testing lab. It is quite clearly signed.

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  • spudmurphy
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    I know, I can come across as a sandwich short of a picnic at times, but as my Scottish Grandfather often said: "Nothing is 'worn' under the kilt, everything is in perfect working order." :)

    "Gravity is the attractive force between objects. It holds you to the planet and keeps the planet orbiting around the sun. As you might imagine, the idea of reducing, canceling or protecting against this effect of gravity is highly appealing.

    Antigravity technology would revolutionize space exploration and energy production. It would slash the energy demands of travel and transportation. First, however, we'd just have to drastically alter our understanding of physics and figure out how to counter this powerful force.

    As such, antigravity technology remains both the Holy Grail and a red flag. There's been no shortage of hoaxes, conspiracy theories and credibility-straining reports regarding its research."

    So, that is why Alpha has not had time to work on the gremlins in V11 desktop - too busy working with CERN...
    Last edited by spudmurphy; 05-02-2013, 02:55 AM.

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  • MoGrace
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    Andrew, your sense of humor is elusive at best - or perhaps I just don't get it...

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