It was Sunday when I started this post!
The scores after the last round:
S.P.A.M.er 17 72
Al Skierkiewicz 69
Wayne Doenges 63
Joe G. 52
Travis Hoffman 14
Dr Theta 12
Colin P 6
Q. Sheets 6
Cody Burd 6
Andy Baker 5
Chris is me 4
Josh Drake 4
Nick Lawrence 2
Alex Cormier 2
Tyler Olds 2
Barry Bonzack 1
Kyle A 1
Sam Drake 1
P. Fuller 1
Grim Tuesday 1
Mr. Pockets 1
Jeff Rodriguez 1
Peter Matteson 1
And the picture:
As always, the deadline is sorta kinda nominally Saturday at midnight Eastern. Find me at Palmetto with 2815, and you can enter in person.
FIRST is about teamwork. This is how you hold down the freshmen.
Steve suddenly realized that his science fair project about norovirus might not make him the most popular person at the team social.
Don’t you hate it when there is only one hand dryer in the restroom?
Everyone foolishly chose paper, except for one awesome guy (top row, second from left) who won it all with scissors.
"Alright, everybody, let’s all say ‘you cannot graciously accept’ on three.
[NPOE] I was very proud of the 461 student rep who said “We gratefully accept”. I intended to track him down and personally congratulate him, but time got away.[/NPOE]
The team wanted to set a record for the number of hands that could touch at one time. Unfortunately, the person tasked with counting them counted with his fingers…
Aren’t you glad you use Dial? Don’t you wish everybody did?
“Why did we agree to do this?” on 3!
“All teams to the stands! Drive teams to the field!”
At the center? Core values.
“One, two, three, four…”
student moves hand
“Great…now I have to start over! One, two, three…”
That’s a rather interesting way of using the Kinect…
This is what happens when there’s only one cookie left…
When the Hokey Pokey becomes a contact sport
Dean Kamen’s favorite snack: Pi, SPAM, and the special ingredient…BombS…quad.
…you put your right arm in,
you take your right arm out,
you put your right arm in and you shake it all about…
This alliance understands all too well that **the Hokey-Pokey IS what it’s all about.
“all for one and…”
All those robot kids crowded around one point. Kinda makes you wonder whats under there…
The beginnings of a game of Human Knot. Too bad they didn’t spend six weeks building a robot to untie it…
Bubble Gum Bubble Gum, in a dish how many pieces do you wish? 180? Ugh this is going to take awhile…