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    Ellis was gone for a week again. He ought to know better. This took me maybe 20 minutes. In addition, Sgt. Philips replaced his cord with a broken one that causes static.

    #487 in Explore, 6 August 2007

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    1. bizarre.one 73 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Weird & Strange Work Stuff, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    2. alanwhite 71 months ago | reply

      Great photo. I used it for a post on doing battle with insurance companies: www.seniorhelpforum.com/2009/04/24/doing-to-battle-with-i...


    3. mt•MT•Mt 70 months ago | reply

      What's a matter?
      You were out of duct tape?

    4. LaDukePhoto 61 months ago | reply

      I saw this on M-F and thought it looked familiar. Check it out, you're on the cheezburger network now!

    5. Rue89 51 months ago | reply

      We're a French news website called Rue89 (www.rue89.com) and are about to use this picture (with link and credit) to illustrate a story on our site, observing the Creative Commons conditions mentioned in this page.

      If you do not want us to reproduce your work on our site, just email me us webmaster[at]rue89.com.

      Congratulations for this photo.

    6. realvision 46 months ago | reply

      Nicely done ! : )

    7. goldenball 42 months ago | reply

      Hi Matt! Just letting you know that I featured your photo on my website. We had a question: Understanding a Chinese Woman's Mixed Signals and your photo fit perfectly.

      Thanks so much for sharing!


    8. Consumerist Dot Com 26 months ago | reply

      Thanks for making this picture available! We used it here: consumerist.com/2012/12/27/majority-of-u-s-households-eit...

    9. fe.meow 24 months ago | reply

      Thanks for making this available on CC - it's used here: 10collective.com.au/calling-your-potential-employer-10-do...

    10. Furryscaly 24 months ago | reply

      You're welcome! By a stroke of coincidence, I'm actually facing the same dilemma that the article was about, so that actually helped!

    11. ChristophusS 19 months ago | reply

      I love this picture. I had a different association to it than the business aspect. I was thinking of when you really don't want to call the ex...I used it here christophussalvatore.wordpress.com/?p=252&preview=true

    12. DLSnell 18 months ago | reply

      Matt, I was thinking of using this image for a book cover. I sent you a friend request on Facebook, thinking we could discuss a few things there.

    13. DLSnell 15 months ago | reply

      Hey, Matt, my co-author and I are considering this image for our next cover, but we have some concerns about the license. It requires us to credit the creator with every single "performance," which isn't conducive to ads, retailer listings, etc. We're wondering if you'd grant us permission to use the image and just credit you in the front matter of the book; this credit would be visible in Amazon's "Look Inside" and Kindle sample features, and of course it'd be in the printed novel, so it's very appropriate for the medium. I've sent you a Friend request on Facebook if you'd like to discuss. Thanks, Matt!

    14. Furryscaly 15 months ago | reply

      Hey, no problem at all, David! Yes, feel free to use the photo. I usually ask that, if possible, I could be sent a copy of the book my photo is used in. This isn't a requirement though, so if that's not an option you may still use the photo. Just let me know!

    15. DLSnell 15 months ago | reply

      Thank you, Matt! I can't tell you how happy I am to hear from you. If we use the photo, we can definitely send you a copy of the book. If we connect over Facebook or email, I can send you a thumbnail of the cover concept. Thank you so much for responding!

    16. dbarronoss 15 months ago | reply

      Hey, the Matt Lives....congrats

    17. rtozier@rocketmail.com 10 months ago | reply

      Hi, Matt,
      I'm working at a small nonprofit law firm, HELPS, and I was hoping I could use your photo (potentially with some editing) in our advertising (specifically our banners on Facebook, and Blogger). Please let me know if you don't want your photo being used, neither banner has been made yet but will link you to them.
      Thank you, and have a nice day!

    18. Jesso78 5 weeks ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing under Creative Commons license. I've used this in a blog here: 10 Pre-Employment Screening Best Practices for HR Department of One

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