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June 19, 2016

Humor: Analysts: Armed and Dangerous

Humor - Cartoon: Analysts: Armed and Dangerous

Agile Police Department Sergeant: "Be careful boys... not only have they illegally teaching the art of software requirements but but they are also supposed to be armed and dangerous."

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