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In this episode of True IT Bloopers, Alex, MiMi and Hannah tell the stories of "Alfie's" pink slip slip-up, a Novell server installation that went sour, AOL search data exposure, a non-action plan that didn't go over well, the dangers of Congressional instant messaging, a nice IT guy that almost finished last, AOL customer service woes and "the Paper Chase."

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