The Low Orbit Helium Assisted Navigator (LOHAN) team is delighted to announce our audacious ballocket mission now has a top-flight rocketeer on board to handle the power plant for our Vulture 2 spaceplane. Click here for a bigger version of the LOHAN graphic So, ladies and gentlemen, raise your glasses to welcome Paul …
I for one welcome..
our new rocketry overlord.
Hi Paul :)
shame about TBBT
It's like Will & Grace with added geeksploitation. :p
Re: I for one welcome..
... a proper set of hobbies ;-)
Big Bang Theory
So you need certificates for being a rocket scientist. You must be pretty intelligent to be a rocket engineer then. Sheldon would not approve.
Can we give him a cool rocketeer name? I'm thinking "High Seat" as his call sign!
*you do all use cool names don't you?
Nice to hear that there was some competition for the job of sticking a rocket up LOHAN's arse.
Re: Great! - FIFY
Nice to hear that there was some stiff competition...
Wait, stuff is being stuck up LOHAN's butt?
I thought this thread was about amatuer rocketry, not the latest celebriry gossip!
And so I slide out the door, back to the gutter from which I came......
Wow. They are hiring people with qualifications now?
I had a mental image of the SPB staff having copious amounts of duct tape, a fag in-between their lips, a pint in one hand, doing doodles on an oily newspaper taken from the latest fish and chips delivery. Oh, yes and butt crack.
Bring back the shed and the devil-may-care. Ditch the white room, Power Points and the hairnets.
I am of the same sentiment.
Perhaps the SPB is limited by the miserly budget el Reg provides?
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