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Technology Development Department Unveils Groundbreaking Discovery

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Key cloning components include popular dinnertime treats, a vintage kitchen appliance, and a problematic copier.

In an effort to maximize customer service while avoiding cost increases, the MISD Technology Development Department announced plans this morning to clone network and campus support technicians.

The cloning process was accidentally discovered earlier this week.

In an effort to finish lunch quickly in order to take more telephone calls, an unnamed MISD technician reportedly stuffed a 1970s-era microwave oven (located in close proximity to a copy machine deployed earlier this year) with the following items:

  • One bag of microwave popcorn
  • One frozen bean burrito
  • One eight-ounce serving of leftover tuna noodle casserole
  • One cup of ramen noodles

These items were left unattended and uncovered.

Within minutes, a pungent cloud of smoke filled the break room.

Technology Development offices were evacuated.

An unnamed source explained, “Once the smoke cleared in the break room, I discovered two bean burritos, two bags of popcorn, two dishes of tuna noodle casserole, and two cups of ramen noodles laying neatly in the output tray of the copier. It was crazy!”

Contract engineers continue to work through key details, such as burrito supply chain logistics and how to fit technicians into a 1970s-era microwave oven.

Happy April 1!

3 Comments Post a comment
  1. Millicent York #

    Ok, clearly you win! I cannot believe I fell for this and read it with intrigue to the end!

    April 1, 2011
  2. Angie Stevens #

    I just kept reading wondering, “What is this???”

    April 1, 2011

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