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Go to Post Honesty and Integrity is the key to success. If I don't teach my team to be honest, I am a failure! team4384 Hallry
Go to Post Honesty and Integrity is the key to success. team4384 joelg236
Go to Post I used to be a FIRST Robotics mentor...then I took a Frisbee to the knee. Travis Hoffman CalTran
Go to Post Flattery will get you everywhere. nuggetsyl Hallry
Go to Post I think AndyMark just sold out of rabbits feet. BRAVESaj25bd8 billbo911
Go to Post Woody is wearing flippers... 2014 WATER GAME! Team23pitboss Hallry
Go to Post The imbalance and vibration is telling you something, you are not listening. Al Skierkiewicz theawesome1730
Go to Post Just because you haven't witnessed parts leaving the flywheel yet, doesn't mean it won't happen. Al Skierkiewicz theawesome1730
Go to Post DonRotolo used COMMON SENSE. ... ... FIRST/Chief Delphi Community fainted! PayneTrain Hallry
Go to Post You don't become great because of your sponsors, you become sponsored because of your greatness. Bdf809 dcarr
Go to Post This year's rules != last year's rules. GaryVoshol DeformedFedora
Go to Post Whether or not you use wheel weights, if you're running a wheel at several thousand RPM, you'd better have an effective containment system to protect the outside world in case something spontaneously disassembles itself. Alan Anderson Libby K
Go to Post I care that teams took some time to put in safe guards to prevent shrapnel hitting people because I'm selfish and I enjoy the use of all of my limbs. Andrew Schreiber DeformedFedora
Go to Post Remind me to wear my kevlar vest to any event you're at. Andrew Schreiber DeformedFedora
Go to Post Since you have to undo all the connections anyway in order to swap them, you might as well take advantage of the opportunity to do some simple and straightforward troubleshooting. Alan Anderson Billfred
Go to Post That's awesome. I sort of like the smaller venues. You get to know teams on a lot more personal level. thisOrrthat theawesome1730
Go to Post I bet if anyone took a look at the 118's Bill of Materials the only thing that would be on there is hard work and that's priceless. rcmolloy Grim Tuesday
Go to Post This brings back childhood memories of playing with erector sets... Wait. I still do. :D Whippet Hallry
Go to Post Every year, 118 inspires our team to dream for the stars, and land on mars. If 118 wasn't there we wouldn't be off the ground. Think about it every superstar has critics. Keep doing what you do 118. xSAWxBLADEx Hallry
Go to Post 118 embodies everything this entire program is supposed to be about: INSPIRATION. Respect that. Acknowledge that. Support that. barn34 Karthik
Go to Post Don't criticize them for what they have, learn from what they do. xSAWxBLADEx Taylor
Go to Post I just... I can't even comprehend it. Like, my brain is soup. Commas are everywhere. Sentences. Shrinking. zzzzzzzzzzzz... PayneTrain GCentola
Go to Post By the end of week six, I'm sick of looking at the robot enough that stuffing it in a bag is rather cathartic...:rolleyes: 2544HCRC Ian Curtis
Go to Post I would love access to the crystal ball granting you the insight into these changes. sdcantrell56 EricLeifermann
Go to Post It's the corollary that you pick them no matter what shape they start the event in. Pink is known for showing up at their 1st regional with the robot in an unfinished state. And somehow, magically by the end of qualifications it just works, and they win. Nuttyman54 Hallry
Go to Post "there are two types of underprivileged teams; the ones who whine about being underprivileged and the ones that work to become privileged". Undertones HansJ
Go to Post It's amazing what you'll find in the FIRST Manual :) dcarr Hallry
Go to Post I have to remind myself you guys are from Kansas when I hear the country music...I'm not even sure any Texas Teams do that ;) JohnSchneider CalTran
Go to Post They could release an update saying they were going to give every team free puppies and kittens, and many teams would vehemently complain this change was too late to budget dry kibbles into their budget. artdutra04 Kpchem
Go to Post Ya know...sometimes, design specs get changed at the last second. Or the market changes while you weren't watching. It Happens. DonRotolo Jessica Boucher
Go to Post A few years of stress is worth a lifetime of opportunity. omegasis25 dictionaria13
Go to Post We've been thinking about just declaring our smallest kid on our BOM and making her part of the robot. Qbot2640 Hallry
Go to Post You miss 100% of the shots you don't take Steven Donow Hallry
Go to Post In the end, we were successful, but the tale is one of such stupidity that it should be engraved in drool upon a failed math test. AmLameBro Richard Wallace
Go to Post Is the bottom slot just to make the whole thing look like a smiley face, or is it functional? Chris is me Calvin Hartley
Go to Post Roses are red/Violets are blue/I'll write a poem/Once build season's over. Taylor Nate Laverdure
Go to Post Every team should have a rule about not shouting "ROBOT!" when transporting a robot around the pits/arena. frasnow Alan Anderson
Go to Post Mentor: How is that held in place? CAD Lead: Go to the hardware store and buy a bag of constraints and put the constraints on the robot. Kenyow Kevin Selavko
Go to Post AndyMark has done something amazing. Sam390250 Hallry
Go to Post Bumper quality is an "attention to detail" measure. Teams that get little things right tend to do better on the big things. vhcook Billfred
Go to Post Please ask yourself..."If my robot is on fire and the pneumatics are randomly activating, is my main breaker someplace that I want to put MY hand?" Jaxom vhcook
Go to Post Teams that take care of the little things often have much less trouble with the big things! dtengineering Libby K
Go to Post I suggested it in brainstorming, but then people threw things at me. Apparently there ARE bad ideas in brainstorming. Kevin Sevcik CalTran
Go to Post Life is too short to spend 40 hours a week doing something you are not enthusiastic about. Karthik KrazyCarl92
Go to Post It will be really cool if it works, sad if if doesn't. We got our fingers crossed! falconmaster Ian Curtis
Go to Post I may be a little slow responding, I'm shoveling snow. Mark McLeod DeformedFedora
Go to Post It is crucial to keep experience and keeping collected under pressure as high points that can't be measured in a test. jnelly kwam dawg
Go to Post If my shop was snowed in and my unfinished robot was sitting in there, I'd dig it out with a plastic spoon or melt it out with a Bic lighter if I had to. Every hour counts. If there's a will, there's a way to make it happen. sanddrag Hallry
Go to Post Excuse me while I rant on your comment here a bit. Andrew Remmers BobbyVanNess
Go to Post there's no time like week 5 to learn programming :D dcarr Ether

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