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Separated at Birth?

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Amid the madcap monkeyshines at Light Reading's Links 2004 Executive Summit gala dinner, we presented our top 10 telecom executive lookalikes. For those of you unhappily unable to join us at the event, we are pleased as punch to reprise them here...

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optical_guy
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optical_guy,
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12/5/2012 | 1:14:47 AM
re: Separated at Birth?
You do Ron Howard, reputed to be one of the nicest guys in Hollywood, a true disservice.
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gigeguy,
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12/5/2012 | 1:14:18 AM
re: Separated at Birth?
Having to be compared to Peter - the horror!
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XTronner,
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12/5/2012 | 1:13:26 AM
re: Separated at Birth?
Don't know who this guy is, but he looks more like Harvey Korman from The Carol Burnett Show and Blazing Saddles.

http://www.what-a-character.co...
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Balet,
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12/5/2012 | 1:13:25 AM
re: Separated at Birth?
You'd better know Kevin...
He made quite a few JDSU employees happy during the bubble.
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