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This BLOG is for LLNL present and past employees, friends of LLNL and anyone impacted by the privatization of the Lab to express their opinions and expose the waste, wrongdoing and any kind of injustice against employees and taxpayers by LLNS/DOE/NNSA. The opinions stated are personal opinions. Therefore, The BLOG author may or may not agree with them before making the decision to post them. Comments not conforming to BLOG rules are deleted. Blog author serves as a moderator. For new topics or suggestions, email jlscoob5@gmail.com

Tuesday, January 1, 2019

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Saturday, October 20, 2018

Have blog rules driven contributions down?

I guess all the new "rules" have driven this blog to near-zero contributions. Just as the moderators want, I guess? Less work for them. Controversy is not allowed, only placid, pleasant, agreeable discourse among people who all agree with each other. But, as Hillary and Holder stated, civility is overrated. I wonder how the moderators missed that?

That is how the cookie crumbles

Well it is almost time for the new contract. TRIAD is coming in and LANS is going out. You see lots of hopeful faces at LANL, and a small number of very sad faces mixed with disdain. Lots of high end housing is for sale in the town. A few Santa Fe trolls are still in utter shock, but that is how the cookie crumbles. Lets make LANL great again. MLGA!

Sunday, October 7, 2018

What is the reason behind the recent LANL injuries?

What is the reason behind the recent LANL injuries?

One worker is being treated for internal radiation exposure, after a subcutaneous injection was missed on the initial look.

Another worker was sent to the hospital following injury in a chemical explosion.

Is this normal LANL accident rates, or it is caused by the upheaval of the contract transition and workers become distracted from their jobs?

Friday, October 5, 2018

Worse than reported

Employee was injured worse than Wallace indicated 

It is good news that the accident was not fatal, but the new report adds a higher level of severity to the event.


https://www.lamonitor.com/content/radiation-found-lab-worker’s-wound

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