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November 08, 2015

Humor: Loyal Business Analyst

Humor - Cartoon: Loyal Business Analyst

Business Analysis Lead: "Rover is a very loyal business analyst but he can't stop himself from sniffing our business SMEs."

Business Analysis Manager: "Maybe we can transfer him to the Competitor Analysis department."

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