You heard that U.S. consumers spend significantly more on potato chips than the U.S. government devotes to energy R&D? Well I'm spending on BOTH of em!!!
They are expecting 3 feet of snow in the next hour which will stop traffic, so Ron is preparing to spend the next few days in comfort here instead of in his car. He even cobbled together a satellite receiver for the Bills game.
Yes it is management approved. During the Project Development cycle no one thought to challenge the misspelling of "Chip Tasting Lab". Neither did they realize the Equipment also doubled as an Entertainment Center.
Let me introduce you to Dave. He is the only engineer to understand the current analog designs. Every time he threatens to retire the company keeps adding perks. I heard he is asking for a shuffle board next.
I asked the old man to look into the DECLINE of yield and noted that popcorning was observed with the chips, lending speculation that this may have happened when we changed over to using IR at our remote facility in Pisa.
He was up to million channels on his PC, and all with a cats-whisker diode he had chitted out of stores and a tuning capacitor. Phase B would be integration of the remote into the arm of the BarcaLounger.
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