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Mar 11, 2009


Steve Johnson

Orange juice, from a position perpendicular to the axis of a conventional cylindrical glass, appears to the viewer as an orange rectangle. I hope this case is settled in time so they can all drink their juice without fear of legal action.

Chris Bell

Well I think that AutoDesk needs to go after National Geographic and bust them bad for their rectangle, I get so confused every time I watch "Nat Geo" on TV that I have trouble sleeping for several nights after.

And after they get them, I've got a few more for "Big Friendly" to go after.

By the way please don't tell them that we still use the dwg abreviation to refer to all types of dwgs (drawings) hard copy and electronic, don't want them coming after me.

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