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- Tim Bowman
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This was sad and funny at the same time. As a product designer, it's a perfect example of what I battle with every day. Something called.....Clients.
"So long as one isn't carrying one's head under one's arm, things aren't too bad." â€“ Erwin Rommel
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Hi Tim, that has made my Day !! I thought it was just the people I dealt with. I always wondered how the Bradley came about. I wonder if there is a similar Film about British Aircraft carriers ??
Thanks for this.
Thanks for this.
Haha, great story. Thanks Tim. Who need enemys when you have the Pentagon. The friendly people who use this kind of powerpoint diagram to explain strategy in Aghanistan. (Source NyTimes 2010) http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/27/world ... ml?hp&_r=0
- John Fitzsimons
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Armorteks next release. Will it have a tow hook to pull Tigers out of the road. It needs towing capability.
- Stephen White
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I love it. Here's the world I live in, the current US Defence acquisition process. I'd like to dedicate it to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Things Happening, an old and much respected organisation with lots of members (none of whom know they've been elected to the Society). Any other prospective members anyone would like to elect?