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Supercomputer maker Silicon Graphics wants a lot more business in Japan, the world's third largest economy. To get that business, the new SGI (the combination of Rackable Systems and Silicon Graphics) is buying back a Japanese unit that the old SGI sold off when it went into Chapter 11 bankruptcy back in May 2006. In a …

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Coat

If SGI wants more business in Japan...

... they should start manufacturing life rafts and scuba gear.

Mine's the one with the water wings.

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