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Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Thanks Scooby?

Thanks Sccoby!

For being gone so long and for giving so many garbage posts top status, you drove many interesting and popular threads below the horizon. Do you even know what you are doing when you screw around with this blog? Absentee moderator is better than stupid moderator.
December 15, 2014 at 5:39 PM
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Anonymous Anonymous said...
Give Scooby (not Sccoby or Snoopy) a break. He's been the "flagship" of the National Laboratories and provided the ONLY forum or mechanism for Lab employees to communicate issues across boundaries. The current and former Lab Management (e.g. LLNS, LANS, Sandia, etc.) despise this forum, which means its working. This Blog deserves an award.
December 16, 2014 at 4:07 AM
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Anonymous Anonymous said...
There are some very good topics right now.
December 16, 2014 at 6:03 AM
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Anonymous Anonymous said...
"...Give Scooby (not Sccoby or Snoopy) a break. He's been the "flagship" of the National Laboratories and provided the ONLY forum or mechanism for Lab employees to communicate issues across boundaries. The current and former Lab Management (e.g. LLNS, LANS, Sandia, etc.) despise this forum, which means its working. This Blog deserves an award..."

I agree completely!
December 16, 2014 at 6:59 AM
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Anonymous Anonymous said...
Me too. Tons of Thanks Scooby.

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scooby said...

Scooby gone? when?
Hey poster!
If you dont like this BLOG, feeel free to stay away... and...
dont let the door....

Anonymous said...

Also thanks to his alter ego--DoobyDew !

Anonymous said...

This is the last outlet left to find out what's really going on with management of the labs that the well oiled LLC PR-machines would love to keep a tight lid on to avoid any embarrassment. Just look how they handled the recent WIPP fiasco! It's amazing the lies being spun out and fed to lab employees and the media by the LLC executive management team.

Thanks, Scooby. The people working at LLNL and LANL have a right to know the things that are kept from them by their managers. And for the blog posters who hate this blog and yet come back time and time again to complain about it, the solution is really very simple. Don't read this blog. But then, the motive of the vitriolic, anti-blog posters is transparent, is it not?

Anonymous said...

To paraphrase "Scoop" Nisker from my old KSAN days - "If you don't like the blog, go out and make one of your own."

Anonymous said...

Unlike LANS and LLNS, Scooby is providing a vital service to our Nation.

Anonymous said...

Unlike LANS and LLNS, Scooby is providing a vital service to our Nation.

December 17, 2014 at 3:34 AM

You are sick.

Anonymous said...

"Unlike LANS and LLNS, Scooby is providing a vital service to our Nation.

December 17, 2014 at 3:34 AM

You are sick.

December 17, 2014 at 7:44 AM"

I beg to differ. LANS and LLNS are for profit corporations, there loyalty is not to the United States, it is to share holders to make profit. Have you ever hear of the quote "What is good for GM is not necessarily good for the United State?" This makes sense for a corporation that is trying to make profit for the shareholders. The point of the quote is that a corporation has no loyalty to the nation state it is to make profit and profit only. The point is that to put a corporation in charge on something that is vital to national interest is utterly insane and will come back to haunt you. Corporations, capitalism, and the freedom to pursue happiness are not what the government should be involved in. The government is there to protect those freedom, and placed like LLNL, Sandia, LANL and every other government lab to help protect those freedoms not to make profit for certain corporations or individuals that wish to profit at the expense of the government.

Anonymous said...

December 17, 2014 at 9:42 PM

You are "spot on". We need leaders like you. Congratulations for an excellent summary.

Anonymous said...

So, you have to ask yourself, just who is the Scooby character. For example, if I worked in LLNL Security, I would do something unique like creating an "anonymous" web site, then allow miscreants to post all their tales of woe and commiseration. I then would back track their respective ip address and track them to termination. Can't be done, sail on ship of fools!

Anonymous said...

Right on. Just be truthful but also careful so we do not be tracked and fire. I like to give Scooby the benefit of the doubt. But I also wonder if Scooby would say something about him / herself to tell bloggers that he/she is not
"for" the lab. At least, bloggers would take his/her word on the honor system.

Anonymous said...

Alot of the "Livermoron Dirt" comes from Sandians, LANLites and NNSAers who are in the know.

Anonymous said...

Alot of the "Livermoron Dirt" comes from Sandians, LANLites and NNSAers who are in the know.

December 20, 2014 at 5:35 PM

A lot of "LANL Scum" came from Livermore. Thank God some went back home to Livermore.

Anonymous said...

Publish only what I want to read! Three times now. Sieg Heil, Sieg Heil, Sieg Heil.

Anonymous said...

Publish anything you want - just run the blog competently.

doobydew said...

I am just maintaining this BLOG where people can express themselves and will
reveal my true identity in due time.

I do not work for Employee relations or the Security Organization.

Chill out people. This is not the 1920s.

and BTW scooby=doobydew

Anonymous said...

and BTW scooby=doobydew

December 26, 2014 at 5:06 PM

Not buying it. Spouse, maybe?

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