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Topic # 57298 8-Feb-2010 22:13
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I just read this and it just bloody hilarious!!

Seven News crosses over to Macquarie Bank. The Macquarie rep is talking about interest rates but check out the workmate in the background.

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  Reply # 297242 8-Feb-2010 22:23
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Haha, yep!

Saw this on Campbell Live last week.


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  Reply # 297278 9-Feb-2010 07:51
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Best stock markets news in about 24 months


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  Reply # 297282 9-Feb-2010 08:13
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c71931f: Can't remember where i saw it, but i saw it recently..was pretty funny

You probably saw it from my Twitter, because I posted there before it even became a "meme".

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  Reply # 297383 9-Feb-2010 14:06
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Yes that guy got busted looking at Orlando Blooms girlfriend on GQ. I read that the company is taking action against him. It could have been one of those emails from your mates with the attachment pic1.jpg or something equally vague. Gotta feel for him...

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  Reply # 297390 9-Feb-2010 14:46
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Actually the company is not doing anything - just follow the first link in the topic to see a report, not the original video.

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  Reply # 297396 9-Feb-2010 15:13
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I'll bet almost no one noticed the worker in the background, let alone what was on his monitor, until some eagle-eyed jurno decided to make a story about the event, long after it had happened.

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  Reply # 297460 9-Feb-2010 18:54
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I would have noticed, the background is more interesting than some accountant talking about interest and dollars and markets and boring crap like that.


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