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Discussion: Rhubarb Pie

in: Becks; Becks > 2016-04-08

Apr 8, 2016 10:29 PM # 
Wouldn't this be a great time for a piece of Rhubarb pie?
"serve it up, nice-n-hot, maybe things aren't as bad as you though. Hey!"
"Bee-bop a ree-bop, Rhubarb Pie."

Sorry to hear about this. Permitting is a PITA. I have to make arrangements for a community meeting room this weekend. Pretty easy by comparison though.

The HST cycle 24 proposal deadline is at 8 PM this evening, so the office is abuzz. I'm on a couple, but we submitted on Wed. Also exciting to watch the successful SpaceX landing a couple of hours ago!

I feel like there should be a bell at the end of the clip, like when the Bumble puts the star on top of the Christmas tree. "Lookie what *he* can do!" *ding* :)
Apr 9, 2016 1:09 AM # 
Aw! Hugs!
Apr 9, 2016 5:05 PM # 
Completely understandable. I would like to express my appreciation for you doing this work. It means a good deal to me to know that there's some serious people organizing the team trials. It was really exciting to hear that you were setting it up. I'm looking forward to some killer races! ¡Muchas gracias!
Apr 9, 2016 5:33 PM # 
Thanks everyone! It is frustrating to go through meeting after meeting, only to be turned down for a reason that was present from the start (which I read as "important person up the chain said no"). Looks like there are some good leads from my posting on AP, so hopefully one of them will come through.

In good news, I will be test running some of the other courses next weekend, so that is moving much better!
Apr 9, 2016 5:33 PM # 
Oh and Eddie, that landing is pretty amazing! Rob was hooked last night!
Apr 9, 2016 8:19 PM # 
I so appreciate what you're doing for the team. I completely understand the frustration, and I wish it were easier. Thank you.
Apr 11, 2016 1:18 PM # 
Yes, thank you. Talking to ignorant administrators is a thankless task, but here is a big thank you!!!
Apr 12, 2016 6:30 PM # 
The Falcon 9 first stage is being unloaded from the barge at Port Canaveral, FL right now. live cam Some nice looks at the vehicle, and you can really appreciate just how small the landing barge is compared to the rocket itself.

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