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Posted by Ken Patton.   [PICTURE: SAME | NEW | HELP]


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Posted on 12/14/2000 3:33 PM MST


In Reply to: Re: listen here, Junior.... posted by Matt Leese on 12/13/2000 6:14 PM MST:



....smart aleck kids..... you better run....

In my case, I don't think of it as crashing - maybe more like a soft reset )



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Re: heyyy

Posted by Matt Leese.

Other on team #73 from Edison Technical HS and Alstom & Rochester Institute of Technology.

Posted on 12/14/2000 5:46 PM MST


In Reply to: heyyy posted by Ken Patton on 12/14/2000 3:33 PM MST:



: ....smart aleck kids..... you better run....

The advantage of being a kid (but hey, I'm 18 so at least the government thinks I'm an adult, not that I act it is that I can run. :-D

: In my case, I don't think of it as crashing - maybe more like a soft reset )

I don't want to even think about how you give a person the three-finger salute.......

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Re: Bad Weather - Better Anytime!!

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Posted on 12/11/2000 7:27 PM MST


In Reply to: Bad Weather - Better Now than Later posted by Raul on 12/11/2000 4:51 PM MST:



NO ONE HAS SCHOOL IN MICHIGAN!!!!

And if they do, HA HA HA HA HA HA!!!

The snow is dry, not good for much, but really easy to shovel. and its blowing blowing blowing. they even closed our malls (ncluding great lakes crossing). most colleges in the area were closed as well, and anyone on those roads is CRAZY!

Who's up for a snowrobot? think we could do it? which robot should we build? those gear teeth might be hard.. nobody say cd5 because i am not even trying to imitate that end effector

enjoy the snow, great lakes states.

-erin


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Re: Bad Weather - Better Now than Later

Posted by Matt Leese.

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Posted on 12/12/2000 3:46 PM MST


In Reply to: Bad Weather - Better Now than Later posted by Raul on 12/11/2000 4:51 PM MST:



So that's why the weather report calls for snow everyday from now (it snowed this morning) through next Monday. BTW, this is Rochester, NY also known as a place that gets way too much snow -- got to love Lake Ontario, the non-freezing lake. Well, there's a slim chance RIT would close but I doubt it. We only close if they close the I-390. Oh well, guess it's time to bundle up and hope it doesn't sting too much walking down the Quarter Mile also known as the wind tunnel.

Matt who realizes that Georgia Tech looks real good about now

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