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  • Katy
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    It gets better with time. The longer I listen to it, the more I want to dance!

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  • Darcy
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    Originally posted by Janine View Post
    You can listen to that song until your boss comes in and yells at you to turn it off. :-)
    What? Why would we turn it off? We love that song so much that we've decided to make it mandatory listening in the customer service offices for at least six hours a day. We feel it will really inspire a positive, fun attitude! Are you excited, Katy?

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  • Katy
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    After about a minute Brian was getting a little irritated .

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  • Janine
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    Yeah! "Buttered Toast Cat" isn't nearly as pleasant to say as "Poptart Cat," and he looks a little odd. But the advantage of the link vs. the YouTube video is that the website goes on forever. You can listen to that song until your boss comes in and yells at you to turn it off. :-)

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  • Katy
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    Originally posted by Janine View Post
    You should try slipping in something off-the-wall goofy every once in a while, @moriond, just to keep us on our toes. Then, when senility sets in, we'll just think you are messing with us again. ;-)

    Example of the type of link I'm talking about
    I was going to fix your link but I see that's already happened.

    I can watch this forever. I'm confused though, I thought he had a poptart body, his body in the link looks like buttered toast.
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  • Janine
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    You should try slipping in something off-the-wall goofy every once in a while, @moriond, just to keep us on our toes. Then, when senility sets in, we'll just think you are messing with us again. ;-)

    Example of the type of link I'm talking about
    Last edited by Katy; 07-21-2011, 10:13 AM.

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  • moriond
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    Originally posted by Darcy View Post
    Searching for "moriond" would also, I think, be very helpful to people because her posts are like search results within search results. Amazing memory and incredibly thorough (and accurately so.)
    Just wait until senility sets in! But seriously, we probably need a "Maverick video" tag for the forum.

    moriond

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  • Darcy
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    Being able to search for the post with the most likes would be really fun -- great idea. We'll add that to our list of forum improvements.

    I love that maverick is one of the most searched-for phrases! And I'm not surprised.

    Searching for "moriond" would also, I think, be very helpful to people because her posts are like search results within search results. Amazing memory and incredibly thorough (and accurately so.)

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  • Janine
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    LOL...obviously my original post is not the one with the most likes. Only 2 likes? And Maverick isn't even one of them! ;-)

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  • Janine
    started a topic Post with the most likes?

    Post with the most likes?

    Is there a way to search the forum to find the post with the most likes? It would be cool if we could do that.

    As a side note...I noticed this at the bottom of the search page:

    "These are the 70 most-searched-for thread tags
    absolute absolute strap accessories aeronaut apple backpack bag brain bag brain cell cafe bag camera carry-on cayenne co-pilot colors dslr dyneema ebook ego empire builder fabric for sale happy home iberian imago indigo ipad iphone kindle kit knitting laptop linen macbook macbook pro maverick medium messenger navy new york plum pocket pouch quality questions red review ristretto rules short shoulder strap smart alec steel strap suggestion super ego swift synapse the id tom tom bihn travel tri-star video videos wallet western flyer work zephyr"

    The cut-paste didn't work so well, but what I found humorous and interesting was that "maverick" is one of the 70 most searched-for phrases. If his popularity needed any proof, there it is! :-)
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