View Poll Results: What's Your Favorite Cubical?

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  • #2

    4 30.77%
  • #3

    2 15.38%
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  • #10

    1 7.69%
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  • #12

    6 46.15%

Your Dream Cubical!

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    Mayor of Awesometown Govtcheez's Avatar
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    It looks like they're about to fly into the sun.

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    >>Aww.... Plenty of buttons there.
    I mean, just look at the center there... Two GPSs and an autopilot. How many more buttons you want?

    Besides... Can't beat the view out the windows. <<

    True, but I'd prefer a cubicle where I could take a nap without fear of dying a horrible death.

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    The cubicles in close proximity to another worker are nice if the project is highly collaborotive, hence my #10 vote

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    Quote Originally Posted by PJYelton
    True, but I'd prefer a cubicle where I could take a nap without fear of dying a horrible death.
    Haha! True... Incidently, I came across this while reading the October '04 issue of the NASA Aviation Safety Reporting System Callback publication today:

    Ever have one of those flights that seemed like a bad dream? Either this PA 28 was trimmed just right, or the pilot took sleepwalking to a whole new level.

    I took off sometime after midnight. I noted half-full tanks during my preflight. I flew to [another field], did four touch and goes, flew around the local area, and then headed for [a second field]. Enroute, I fell asleep and ran the left tank out of fuel. I landed in a cotton field. My only memory of the incident was impacting the ground in the field.

    This incident was caused by a poor decision to fly late at night without proper rest after a long day at work.
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    Maybe the pilot did die, and now he's in heaven with all of us! :)

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