Tuesday, May 03, 2005

Could it be the UC Regents are here on 5/4?

From Anonymous:

Our group office fax machine received these ARAMARK Catering orders in error from the Director's office a couple of days ago. Could it be the UC Regents are here on 5/4?

The faxes are for meal orders which seem to be for lunch and afternoon breaks for two outside visitors (UC Regents) and up to 18 LANL participants for the dates of 5/4 and 5/5. The event is sponsored sponsored by the Director's office; Purpose of Meeting: "Formal Working Meeting, UC Regents". They're having Plated Grilled Chicked Salad (dressing on side) on Thursday, and BBQ Beef Brisket on Friday.

Comments:
Planning a surprise going away party for someone, perhaps.
 
Who says LANL isn't good at intelligence!
 
I didn't think Californians ate BBQ Beef Brisket.
 
I suspect the Regents will have indigestion no matter what food is placed in front of them tomorrow.
 
Sorry - the Regents that are visiting are brand new, and just checking out the place to decide whether they vote to bid. nothing to do with director pete. Director Pete's last day is the 13th (note that monday is the 16th, when the interim arrives). So, no big send off for Pete by the regents.

Pete has to testify next week, and that is the only reason he is still director. he did find time to lead everyone in electrical safety. The electrical safety is a KSL issue, but it is important for everyone to learn how to plug in appliances.
 
maybe the regents can vote to get the CONTRACTOR CONVERSION PROGRAM going agin and FINISHED
 
"the Regents that are visiting are brand new, and just checking out the place to decide whether they vote to bid."

Does anyone suppose that a pie in the face of one of the new Regents might dissuade them from bidding?

(Just an idle thought. Please, nobody do this.)
 
I was thinking more along the lines of forcing them to sit through Nanos' "Electricity For Dummies" harangue tomorrow afternoon.


Harangue \Ha*rangue"\ (h[.a]*r[a^]ng"), n. [F. harangue: cf. Sp.
arenga, It. aringa; lit., a speech before a multitude or on
the hustings, It. aringo arena, hustings, pulpit; all fr.
OHG. hring ring, anything round, ring of people, G. ring. See
Ring.]
A speech addressed to a large public assembly; a popular
oration; a loud address to a multitude; in a bad sense, a
noisy or pompous speech; declamation; ranting.
[1913 Webster]
 
I like the pie in the face idea as suggested by the 5/3/2005 09:17:36 PM post. In some large cities, thare are organizations that, for a reasonable fee, will deliver a pie in the face of just about anyone. I wonder if they take out of town assignments?
 
Did the cafeteria run out of turkey?
 
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