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Go to Post Please don't confuse energetic enthusaism with acting obnoxious. Alan Anderson Billfred
Go to Post Either this entry is the winner or Andy needs professional help. I can't quite decide which... Rich Kressly Billfred
Go to Post This is a high-energy sporting event, not a piano recital. :) Alan Anderson Cory
Go to Post You can never go wrong by gaining height by way of a Segway. Elgin Clock Billfred
Go to Post Part of the magic of FIRST is the interaction between different teams- and that becomes clear as day as the clock starts ticking. mhayon Kyle
Go to Post Every time i look at my watch and see 3:65 o'clock I always thing, darn i gotta get a new watch... Kyle Barry Bonzack
Go to Post There is nothing cooler than engineers playing rock music. Jay Trzaskos Daniel Brim
Go to Post I'll admit that the events at Epcot were pretty nice, but they too had their problems. . . You were at the mercy of the weather, and Disney hasn't figured out how to control that yet. Kevin Sevcik Billfred
Go to Post Maybe I'm just a chicken. Not to disparage the ThunderChickens. Those guys are a whole different breed of poultry. Kevin Sevcik omutton
Go to Post The fact that although many of us disagree on specifics of how FIRST should conduct events, design a game, and facilitate as much fairness between teams as possible, in the end we still greatly enjoy each other's passion for FIRST and provide genuine respect for each other Andy Baker Steve W
Go to Post We love team 71, but playing against them is not one of our favorite things to do. Andy Baker Billfred
Go to Post I WANT to see teams succeed. Steve W Billfred
Go to Post a robot that is broken shows that it has survived more than a robot that doesn't even have a scratch. robot180 Billfred
Go to Post For the first time, tears of joy came to my eyes when I realized how much I love FIRST. Arefin Bari Barry Bonzack
Go to Post anything is possible with dedication. Billfred
Go to Post I can't wait for the next season to start and my anticipation has already started. But in a way, if you think about it, the season's already started. nehalita Bcahn836
Go to Post not national champ.....WORLD CHAMPION Stephen Kowski Billfred
Go to Post FIRST truly isnt about building robots, but allowing yourself to reach higher and farther than you ever could. Brandon Holley Akash Rastogi
Go to Post Battle Bots and other robot fighting competitions is to First Like McDonalds to Hamburgers They get the idea, and have the taste, but they are bad for you in the long run. Conor Ryan StephLee
Go to Post FIRST is not a destination, its not the reward, its the slingshot that will launch you from where you are, to where you can be. KenWittlief Josh Hambright
Go to Post ... it's us against all the bad-grammar-usin', "ya know"-slingin', graciously excepting, "congradulations"-totin', "nu kU ler"-spoutin' linguistic Luddites out there. We'll see who wins! :D dlavery Eric Finn
Go to Post ... you know you are a nerd when you want safety glasses for your birthday! :P Ashley Christine Arefin Bari
Go to Post And we had to walk both ways to the venue from our hotel! Uphill! Barefoot over broken glass! IMDWalrus nukemknight
Go to Post Ask not what FIRST can do for you but what you can do for FIRST. Koko Ed artdutra04
Go to Post Quitting FIRST was so hard that I felt like I needed a 12 steps program to help me through it. Ken Leung Koko Ed
Go to Post Isn't that, April showers bring Woodie Flowers? ;) jgannon Beth Sweet
Go to Post It's like FIRST saying "Well it was too hard, so we give up. Lets give the kids something easier to do." How is that supposed to inspire kids? Mike jgannon
Go to Post More inspired students, more community involvement, less drain on the mentors... Sounds pretty swell to me! Karthik Kyle
Go to Post Listen to this FIRST: Thank you Daniel Brim RogerR
Go to Post Basically, it just doesn't matter. Mark Pettit Andy Baker
Go to Post And we drafted without computers...forget the calculators...we used slide rules...the punchcards piled up so high we needed more office space...and we programmed in three feet of snow...up hill...both ways Rich Kressly Billfred
Go to Post They knew that the number of gracious, professional, make-your-grandmother-so-proud-she-will-puke moments of exemplary behavior by the teams would far outshine any minor mistakes or incidents of less-than-perfect decorum. dlavery jgannon
Go to Post I need to start using "ThunderChickens!" as an exclamation Jessica Boucher Lisa Rodriguez
Go to Post Unfortunately I think IFI made us buy a new one. Something about 200amps across the power connector not being a warranty item. GeorgeTheEng Billfred
Go to Post There is a fine line between genius and insanity, watch your step! Al Skierkiewicz Katie Reynolds
Go to Post I know that it's often dangerous to use common sense in a YMTC thread... Kris Verdeyen Billfred
Go to Post Give me a week, and a lot of caffeine and I could have one made. Problem is the lack of a week and caffeine. Mike Billfred
Go to Post you should see my scout sheet its the bomb diggity Mirza95vx Andy Baker
Go to Post ...I've changed my position. I'm fully supportive of Joe's suggestion... Chris Hibner Joe Johnson
Go to Post Reading Andy Bakers post- priceless :D thoughtful lukevanoort
Go to Post Programmer's pride. FIRST needs some more. Ben Margolis Billfred
Go to Post Man, Dave always has to one up us. We build robots to play games, he build robots to go on other planets, Elgin makes CD 30 inches, you make it 63 inches. Levin571 Billfred
Go to Post "Splet" is the sound a frog makes when it hits pavement at 187 feet per second. Don't ask me how I know. dlavery Tureyhall
Go to Post Spell Check is your friend! dez250 Sakura141
Go to Post "FIRST" is not a verb (yet - give us time, and we will see what happens). dlavery Jessica Boucher
Go to Post In the professional world, spelling mistakes, grammatical shortcuts, leet-speek, and misused verbiage are not interpreted as signs of cute, efficient communications. They are indicators of illiteracy, inefficiency, unprofessional behavior, and sloppy work habits. dlavery Karthik
Go to Post "Nuclear" is pronounced "nu kli Er." It is NOT pronounced "nu kU ler." When you use this pronunciation, no matter how smart you may actually be, you sound like an illiterate dolt (are you listening, Mr. Bush?). dlavery BaldwinNYRookie
Go to Post "FIRST" is not a verb (yet - give us time, and we will see what happens). dlavery Hallry
Go to Post Spelling mistakes make me sad...Almost as sad as not being able to go to Atlanta this year.. Almost. Elgin Clock Billfred
Go to Post Win, Lose or Tie, but do it in a way that FIRSTers will be talking about for years to come! Bill Moore dlavery

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