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Seems a good one is more rare than a spotted owl;  Is that because...

All the talented techs are gone?
10 (32.3%)
the outages are too short?
15 (48.4%)
We don't have the money for teeshirts anymore?
2 (6.5%)
we just dress nicer now?
2 (6.5%)
I can't focus on more than one color at a time anymore?
2 (6.5%)

Total Members Voted: 18

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Re: Outage Teeshirts
« Reply #25 on: Oct 21, 2006, 12:15 »
I laughed at some of the old "t"'s until I realized how old some of mine actually are! 

Grabbed one off the bottom of the stack this AM.  "I survived" the "Hazards of Duke". MNS-1 startup coupled with the transshipment of ONS fuel to MNS.  Inspired by an editorial in the Charlotte Observer the morning before MNS-1 initial criticality.

The editorial and IC happened on Saturday morning and the first shirt appeared in the plant Monday AM.
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Re: Outage Teeshirts
« Reply #26 on: Oct 21, 2006, 12:22 »
I miss t-shirts.   :(  They aren't prevalent here in the outside world. 

 


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