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JM^3
24-03-2006, 08:16:39
We are due it in the morning, now.

Jon Miller

JM^3
24-03-2006, 08:19:04
Err, I probably won't make it.

JM

Koyaanisqatsi
24-03-2006, 08:22:03
*blink*

DaShi
24-03-2006, 08:22:11
Have you tried oscillating the neutrinos? That always seems to work.

JM^3
24-03-2006, 08:44:32
This isn't really a neutrino experiment

we ahve a polarized beam of electrons... or would like to have

they aren't giving it to us for some reason (some accelerator issue I think)

JM

Drekkus
24-03-2006, 13:33:11
Still no beam

Still waiting for Scotty?

Lurker the Second
24-03-2006, 13:43:12
Dammit Drekkus, I'm an engineer, not a doctor.

Drekkus
24-03-2006, 15:19:15
Beat me up, scotty.

Japher
24-03-2006, 15:28:55
me thinks JM has been drinking a little

Drekkus
24-03-2006, 15:48:38
Nah, then it would have said:

Wr aere duuue it on tahthe ,orminf, bpq.

Hom Nukker

zmama
24-03-2006, 15:51:55
they are doing it on the table?


kinky

King_Ghidra
24-03-2006, 15:56:48
neuken in de keuken op de keukentafel?!

JM^3
24-03-2006, 20:33:19
still no beam.. they should compensate us by adding extra days to the end

JM

Darkstar
24-03-2006, 20:36:34
Originally posted by JM^3
still no beam.. they should compensate us

This sounds like you ordered a new Beamer, and are waiting for it to arrive at the dealership.

devilmunchkin
24-03-2006, 20:54:28
and here i was thinking Jim Beam

mr_G
24-03-2006, 21:13:30
Originally posted by devilmunchkin
and here i was thinking :rolleyes:

Darkstar
24-03-2006, 21:16:36
DM does a lot of thinking. Jesjes, she's one of those kind of ladies. Just ask her, and she'll tell you what she has been thinking about. Jesjes. Much thinking does she.

devilmunchkin
24-03-2006, 21:26:16
darkstar is channeling yoda...

Darkstar
24-03-2006, 21:28:59
It's better then channeling Jar Jar...

mr_G
24-03-2006, 21:30:23
Originally posted by Darkstar
DM does a lot of thinking. Jesjes, she's one of those kind of ladies. Just ask her, and she'll tell you what she has been thinking about. Jesjes. Much thinking does she. not now nonono not at this moment

Darkstar
24-03-2006, 21:34:22
She probably just won't tell you what she's been thinking, because you've made her mad by trying to kill one of her favorite threads, the Word Ass thread. Jesjes, that is it. You are one mean mini-Drekkus! :mad:

devilmunchkin
24-03-2006, 21:38:10
no i'm smiling. actually i'm thinking "jeez, my neck and shoulders are killing me. i need a nap"

Darkstar
24-03-2006, 21:43:45
Sounds like you need a massage as well. You should ask your boy to give you a massage, then take a nice nap. Sounds like he could needs to earn the browning points with you.

mr_G
24-03-2006, 21:44:33
they are not actually killing you hah?
should be fun to have a killer shoulder.

mr_G
24-03-2006, 21:45:03
nononono officer i did not kill that man, it was my mean killer shoulder.....jesjes

devilmunchkin
24-03-2006, 21:47:53
his massages HURT. I got him a book on it but no no avail. lol. I've found yoga helps. I'll probably do some when i get home

Darkstar
24-03-2006, 21:50:28
Hurts? Man, he's doomed!

JM^3
24-03-2006, 23:01:33
And still problems... argh

JM

devilmunchkin
24-03-2006, 23:02:23
massages arn't supposed to hurt i take it....

JM^3
24-03-2006, 23:06:10
I don't know.. maybe?

KM<

The Mad Monk
25-03-2006, 04:09:58
Try reversing the polarity.

Mr Beam
25-03-2006, 04:11:59
Still no me?

self biased
25-03-2006, 05:58:12
Originally posted by Darkstar
DM does a lot of thinking. Jesjes, she's one of those kind of ladies. Just ask her, and she'll tell you what she has been thinking about. Jesjes. Much thinking does she.

he's right you know.

self biased
25-03-2006, 05:58:40
Originally posted by self biased
he's right you know.

yes, there's no place for sentiment in big business.

JM^3
25-03-2006, 07:11:54
We have beam now. We reverse the helicity continually throughout the run.

JM

devilmunchkin
25-03-2006, 07:13:50
Originally posted by self biased
he's right you know.

not completely. not everyone is privy to my thoughts. And lately nobody is privy to the deep, personal ones. But I hope the "he's right" was a good thing, lol.

and congrats, JM

RedFred
25-03-2006, 18:55:06
I knew it was that helicity thingamagig. Too bad I never read the thread earlier, I could have helped you out.

MOBIUS
25-03-2006, 23:41:33
Jim?

Beta1
25-03-2006, 23:57:43
the dilithium crystals. They probably depolarised again.

MOBIUS
26-03-2006, 00:10:24
JM Beam?

Trust him to spell it wrong...:cute:

DaShi
26-03-2006, 01:58:07
Originally posted by JM^3
We have beam now. We reverse the helicity continually throughout the run.

JM

Of course! I feel so stupid now.

JM^3
26-03-2006, 05:28:35
We have always reversed helicity continually, otherwise we would get too great of charge assymetry. The last problem to go away is that we made a hole in our berylium window (a very bad thing) and were looking into how/why we did that (we don't have any more replacement berylium windows although we are having another one made.

Jon Miller

Rekrul
26-03-2006, 14:45:28
I just had a look through the Yellow Pages, and glaziers who deal with berylium windows are indeed few and far between

Funko
26-03-2006, 15:21:03
I can't believe no-one laughed at Mr Beam!

Rekrul
26-03-2006, 15:33:05
Maybe I have no discernible sense of humour, but I found Mr Bean (TV version rather than CG) one of the least amusing things on earth. There again 'The Office' didn't flick my switch either...

JM^3
26-03-2006, 16:41:27
Originally posted by Funko
I can't believe no-one laughed at Mr Beam!

poor Funko

I smiled

JM

Funko
26-03-2006, 18:26:17
:beer: Woo!

Rekrul
26-03-2006, 18:31:55
John

RedFred
27-03-2006, 01:11:21
Originally posted by Rekrul
I just had a look through the Yellow Pages, and glaziers who deal with berylium windows are indeed few and far between

Same here. But if your experiment allows you to substitute bay windows for berylium windows you are in luck.