Saturday, February 18, 2006
ROGER SNODGRASS, firstname.lastname@example.org, Monitor Assistant Editor
Employees of Los Alamos National Laboratory learned Thursday that under the new management, compensation would be "substantially equivalent" in "the aggregate." But as described during an evening meeting at the high school auditorium, the plan will be substantially more equivalent for some than for others.
Required by the terms of the new contract to come up with a compensation package that is more than just "comparable" - the original wording that was upgraded after protest - Los Alamos National Security (LANS) officials rolled out the rough draft of their "substantially equivalent" plan.
Ben Glover made the presentation on behalf of the LANS transition team, Tyler Przybylek, the chairman of the Source Evaluation Board, facilitated the meeting.
talents to create complex simulations on huge super-computers
that accurately model the spread of omphaloskepsis throughout
the United States. How's that for a "mission du jour"? Now
all we have to do is get Faux News to start spreading the fear
of this dreaded new killer, omphaloskepsis. I hear it makes
your brain turn into a thin gruel, which then dribbles out your