My Dad Took this Picture Today.  What Is It?
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Rob Collie

One of the founding engineers behind Power Pivot during his 14-year career at Microsoft, and creator of the world’s first cloud Power Pivot service, Rob is one of the foremost authorities on self-service business intelligence and next-generation spreadsheet technology.

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  1. Jeff Standen

    I’m going to say {redacted by Rob to keep the game going}

    1. Jeff Standen

      Spelling king!

  2. scott reachard

    {Also redacted, everyone’s too good at this game}

  3. Randy

    The top of the Washington Monument

  4. Rob Cannon

    {Another correct guess redacted}

  5. Debra Dalgleish

    Your dad brought home a new battering ram, and found out that it’s just a bit too big for the garage?

    1. powerpivotpro

      Hrm. We will deploy this at Helm’s Deep :)

  6. Bryan

    {Everyone’s Killing It!}

  7. Cabby

    That thing near that house where they recently made two movies with almost the same story?

    1. powerpivotpro

      Hrm, did one of these gourmet films have the initials WHD?

      1. Cabby

        Yep. And before you ask, I forgot the name of the other, {redacted} or something…

        1. powerpivotpro

          Well you are correct. Which is a bit surprising given your email address.

          1. Cabby

            Well, wasn’t it {redacted} 😉

          2. powerpivotpro

            Yes? Maybe? Obviously I haven’t watched movies since Fight Club, Pulp Fiction, and Lord of the Rings 😉

  8. Jeff "DrSynthetic" Wilson

    lock cutters

  9. Frank

    Tough getting into those Egyptian missile silos…

    1. powerpivotpro

      Took me a second, I was looking for a movie reference or something. Yes, Egyptian missile silos have plywood security hatches, apparently :)

  10. Jason

    {Bingo, Redacted}

  11. Mike Frank

    What was your dad doing at the top of the Washington Monument?

    1. Tina Marie Kurfurst

      Taking pictures, obviously…

  12. Gordon Rowe III

    Top of Washington Monument

  13. Freddy Stigsen

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