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Go to Post Seniors, do you realize this is your last robot season?! atomikitten David Guzman
Go to Post IF teams did NOT READ THE FIRST MANUAL AND Q&A SITE, it is not FIRST's fault, it is the TEAM'S fault sburro Billfred
Go to Post Now that the robot is shipped, maybe I can get to bed before the alarm clock goes off =] DarMagi Michelle Celio
Go to Post It's 9:00 Do you know where your bott is? Michelle Celio DarMagi
Go to Post My Worst Decision of the Week?? Reading this thread!! :) :) :cool: :cool: BobC Alex Burman
Go to Post Me: Hi, Honey - I'm home! Wife: Must have shipped the robot today, huh? meaubry Billfred
Go to Post If a team wants to cheat then it does nothing but give them a bad cloud hanging over their own heads. Jon K. fnsnet
Go to Post Defense shall reign supreme. Corey Balint Ian Curtis
Go to Post Ship day is a sweet and sour day. You're happy to see your robot ship, but then you start going through robot withdrawl Schneidie Sachiel7
Go to Post God bless the camera. That's all I gotta say. Bharat Nain Alex Burman
Go to Post A wrench isn't a nesscary part is it? Last Night, we tested the robot and a large, (yes I said LARGE) wrench fell from somewhere on the robot....Along with bolts, nuts, and a very interestingly cut piece of Aluminum... Will Bale Alex Burman
Go to Post The engineer mentors ARE part of the team, equals with the students in every aspect KenWittlief MattB703
Go to Post If winners never quit, and quitters never win, does it make sense to quit while you're ahead? Billfred Michelle Celio
Go to Post If Teflon-coated pans have a no-stick surface, then how to they get the Teflon to stick to the pans? dlavery Michelle Celio
Go to Post Uhh... we were supposed to be building a robot? *looks at giant wooden Trojan Rabbit in the corner that was built instead for the past 6 weeks* Whoops... Adam Richards Billfred
Go to Post It goes to show how a FIRST team is not one person but a complex codependence of people who are all striving to meet the same goal. Bill_Hancoc Jessica Boucher
Go to Post Quote from my mentor: "Keep things as complex as necessary, and not a bit more." Mike Elgin Clock
Go to Post Step 1: Get Drill Step 2: Insert 1/2"-1" bit into drill Step 3: Drill Those Speed Holes! Adam Richards Michelle Celio
Go to Post There's nothing wrong with the loader [dividing by zero], John just misses us 229'ers and wanted everyone to know :-P Jay Trzaskos Billfred
Go to Post Stupid programmer question: where does the tread go? Joel J Alex Burman
Go to Post Valentine's day, who has time for Valentine's day?????? I have code to write!! paulcd2000 Jessica Boucher
Go to Post Swisscheeseafy - Cutting holes in the robot to decrease weight alithanar8 Beth Sweet
Go to Post Semi-colon cancer -- the disease received after spending too much time writing lines of programming code nehalita Beth Sweet
Go to Post FIRST, an american revolution. paulcd2000 synth3tk
Go to Post It's not pink enough, I don't beleive it! :p Lil' Lavery CaseyKasem_1251
Go to Post Yes, you are correct. Even when all other databuses are totally out of bandwith, the PainInTheCalf Bus gets top priority. Good thinking ;-) Joe Johnson Matt Krass
Go to Post Gotta love those free-range robots! Yum! petek StephLee
Go to Post Tom didn't need the t-shirt to tell us [that he is a NERD] :D Peter Matteson Jessica Boucher
Go to Post studies have shown that postive feedback works better. Driver should get a shock until he obtains target lock, then it stops. Performance incentive :^) KenWittlief kjhobin
Go to Post A poor robot with good drivers playing on good strategy will whomp a good robot with poor drivers running on poor strategy any day. henryBsick Karthik
Go to Post As a programmer, I am trying to use more 0's than 1's to save weight. Jared Russell Rick TYler
Go to Post If you have the time to be caught up on Delphi and the Q&A forum, then you have time to go write a WFA entry. No more excuses. Go! Write! Now! :) Jessica Boucher Billfred
Go to Post They're just dots. You can get them back. Brandon Martus
Go to Post In real life, you paint the number on your OWN forehead. How you dress, how you look, what expression you have on your face, your body language, etc. You may not see the number but it is there. Joe Johnson Billfred
Go to Post You just have to care enough to give it a try. Your mentors will appreciate the effort. Koko Ed Andy Baker
Go to Post Looks to me like they have a tasty robot. Andy Baker Bemis
Go to Post Remember guys, if your mentor wasn't there, odds are, you wouldn't be either. Corey Balint Jessica Boucher
Go to Post You guys can send [Wisconsin] some warm Florida weather, its getting cold up here again. Ricky Q. Billfred
Go to Post its ok to have opinions- but why attack everyone elses who differs. stevek Steve W
Go to Post Sometimes we over react to things, and thats where a PM can clear a bunch of confusion. mechanicalbrain Jessica Boucher
Go to Post If you are adult enough to be a participant in this program, then you are adult enough to act like an adult. Beth Sweet dlavery
Go to Post Hmmm, the Michelangelo method of robot building. Just cut away anything that doesn't look like a robot. GaryVoshol Jessica Boucher
Go to Post The only tool that will work to get our robot done in time will be a prayer rug. Rick TYler sciencenerd
Go to Post In this case, "non-thermal protected" would mean "future paper weights." Rick TYler Andrew Blair
Go to Post I am thoroughly convinced FIRST is a sport. Convince me otherwise. Bharat Nain Alex Minot
Go to Post If you don't manage weight from the beginning, weight will manage you at the end. charrisTTI Elgin Clock
Go to Post Safety captains be watchful. Al Skierkiewicz lukevanoort
Go to Post You need to stay on top of your classes or you will be back as a returning freshman on next year's team. Ian Curtis
Go to Post Don't let them fail at the end. DonRotolo RogerR
Go to Post It is a difficult balancing act - we're engineers because we like to solve problems, and to take a step back and let someone else solve it, with what may be a poorer solution, is darn hard. DonRotolo Alex Minot

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