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Monday, January 4, 2016

A question for Charlie

A question for Charlie's all hands meeting this week:

So, how do we go forward from here? With the public release that LANS is gone next year, what is the plan for transition?

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

"So, how do we go forward from here? With the public release that LANS is gone next year, what is the plan for transition? "

Go non-profit clean out the corruption and we are good to go. LANL will survive LANS.


Anonymous said...

It will be entertaining to see the PADs and ADs sit down front to nod and clap on cue for Charlie's amazing words of insight.

Sometimes the parallels between LANL and NK are scary. In both places the upper level management holds the highest leader in great respect, while in both locations the lower level workers have little use for the leader.

Anonymous said...

"Sometimes the parallels between LANL and NK are scary. In both places the upper level management holds the highest leader in great respect, while in both locations the lower level workers have little use for the leader.

January 5, 2016 at 9:00 AM"

Judging from the latest news NK probably treats its lab workers better, so I think you are going overboard with saying there are parallels between LANL and NK.

Anonymous said...

North Korea allows their nuclear designs to be fully tested on a regular basis.

Here in America we get by with pretending.

Anonymous said...

Bravo NK !

It wasn't a real H-nuke, but at least they tried some kind of boost !

Dud or not, it's very concerning since their next test might be more successful.

Maybe they're doing testing for another player that does not want to violate the NTB treaty ?

Anonymous said...

It was appropriate they played "Over the Rainbow" over the iTV prior to McMillan's (Wizard of Oz) standup. And there were all the players (Dorothy - Zerkel, Leasure -Wicked Witch, Yarbrough - Scarcrow, Cabill - Tin Man, Benner -The Lion) sitting up front holding hands. Pay no attention to man behind the curtain (Wizard of Oz - McMillan). Follow the Yellow Brick Road. There's no place like home, there's no place like home,.....you can't make this stuff up!

The Amazing Land of Oz - LANS

Anonymous said...

Why does McMillan keep stated it was a "barrel" that we sent to WIPP and blew-up? It was a "drum" Charlie, a 55-gallon Type A drum. He really shows his ignorance calling it a barrel. To much time at the vineyards at Livermore! Wow.

Anonymous said...

6:07 AM

Now, now don't be so hard on Charlie. He has been to more weekend management seminars, and had far more executive coaches than you can count. Along the way he may not have had time to fit in the understanding of a "drum." After all, to him it was just an accident and it was not LANL's fault.

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