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What I remember a number of times when 'people' fixed(?) stuff. Like one
time when Ed Zabowski <sp?>, the lean EE at DuPont Hall Rm 360 came over to
look at a broken RK05 drive. He and someone else ... it might have been
Gary Lackenbaugh <sp?> ... opened up the drive stared at it for 30 seconds,
both people chuckled and Ed proceeded to remove a pair of tweezers <smile>.
.Smile, it's the second best thing you can do with your lips.
From: Ron G. Minnich[SMTP:rminnich@Sarnoff.COM]
Sent: Friday, May 01, 1998 5:41 AM
one was jack knight. He moved the 11/50 one time and sort of broke it for
good. Cost him his job, or so I heard.
"get a good running start".
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