LET ME SLEEP!!!!!

Posted by Rob DeCotiis at 2/19/2001 11:14 PM EST

Student on team #504, RoBUCtics, from Red Bank Regional High School and Jesel.

My team is a rookie team and we’re determined not to look like morons, so we’re working on it until it’s done… today, we’ve worked 14 hours… from friday, we’ve worked 12 hours a day… LET ME SLEEP!!!
:wink:

Posted by Patrick Dingle at 2/20/2001 6:18 AM EST

Coach on team #639, Red B^2, from Ithaca High School and Cornell University.

In Reply to: LET ME SLEEP!!!
Posted by Rob DeCotiis on 2/19/2001 11:14 PM EST:

I’m currently working on my 23rd hour… waiting for people to get back with McD’s Breakfast :stuck_out_tongue:

Patrick

: My team is a rookie team and we’re determined not to look like morons, so we’re working on it until it’s done… today, we’ve worked 14 hours… from friday, we’ve worked 12 hours a day… LET ME SLEEP!!!
: :wink:

Posted by ChrisH at 2/20/2001 6:31 PM EST

Engineer on team #330, Beach 'Bots, from Hope Chapel Academy and NASA JPL, J & F Machine, Raytheon, et al.

In Reply to: LET ME SLEEP!!!
Posted by Rob DeCotiis on 2/19/2001 11:14 PM EST:

: My team is a rookie team and we’re determined not to look like morons, so we’re working on it until it’s done… today, we’ve worked 14 hours… from friday, we’ve worked 12 hours a day… LET ME SLEEP!!!
: :wink:

Obviously you’re rookies. The real experienced teams are better trained for sleep deprivation. The last weekend some years we don’t sleep at all!! Just think a whole 12 hours a day NOT working on the robot amazing.

Chris Husmann, PE
Husband of a “Robowidow”
Team 330 the Beach’Bots

(who incidentally finished loading our crate at 0400hrs this morning. A record 11 hours ahead of schedule, allowing for a 2hr delivery time :^) )