The Snipe Hunt for a nuclear toy

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The Snipe Hunt for a nuclear toy

Post by Richard Hull » Mon Jul 06, 2020 3:48 am

Have you ever misplaced a tool or something like an instrument? Of course you have. It is part of a typical cluttered, work-in-progress environment. Confusion, anger and frustration are all part of the search that is not immediately successful, but lingers in the mind if the search drags on. The PDF that is attached is a prime example of how a whole week might be consumed in such a search. There is irony and humor to be found in the story. You may have just such a story if you have been around long enough.

Havin' more fun than a barrel of monkeys during covid avoidance mode. We should do this more often. Thank goodness for being multi-faceted.

Enjoy.

Richard Hull
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