|Whether or not your team has the technical mentors, as long as your kids are still inspired by the adult technical mentors of other teams, and get the picture that we're trying to portray in this program, the best that you can do is the best you can do. Do it, and be proud of your results. - Beth Sweet [more]|
Taken the afternoon after kickoff, once we realized exactly how big 40" really is.
01-06-2008 05:40 PMewankoff
I actually took a picture just like this, it is a great way show non-firsters how big this ball really is.
edit:actually it was posted, oops.
01-06-2008 06:41 PMroyal_robotix
its a shock to everyone's system when you first realize how big the ball is
01-06-2008 08:07 PMgalewind
we have another one we'll show later of a girl "flying" on the ball
01-06-2008 08:12 PMgalewind
Another flavor text:
"Would you kindly hurdle that trackball over the overpass?"
01-06-2008 09:44 PMNin_estarSaerah
Galewind Shrugged, like Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand? "Who is John Galt?"
01-06-2008 10:03 PMSSMike
I'm sorry but I am also going to have to use that idea as my WAI when I finally get one. It looks awesome Chris!
Seriously though if you want to be the only one with that pose as a WAI let me know and I won't use it.
01-06-2008 10:09 PMEric_teh_Red
Man that's awesome. Maybe I could do it?
01-06-2008 10:19 PMbkwrm92
Oi! This is similar to what I was forced to do! I had to "Atlas" the ball for about 30 sec before one of the seniors did some sort of flying kick and knocked it off of my sholders.
01-06-2008 10:20 PMt3hroxor
I think everyone is doing the Atlus thing LOL
01-06-2008 10:49 PMgeeknerd99
What else would we do with balls that big?
01-06-2008 10:54 PMgalewind
I was mad because I wasn't the first to get my pic on CD because I had to photoshop it to fit
03-01-2008 11:04 PMIBdrummer
I was waiting for someone to post an Atlas pic...nice