12/14/10

Radiation Handling - Safety First

Joke #1 - Radiation expert uses the Bendy Mirror Thingy to avoid looking at scary radioactive particles directly, avoiding icky radiation.

Joke #2 - Radioactive particles have been known to travel distances of up to five feet. That's why soldiers use special tools to work safely from great distances.

Joke #3 - In this slide, a soldier uses a special net to capture a tactical butterfly for defense research purposes.

Joke #4 - Soldiers working under radioactive conditions wear sealed "rad suits" and adhere to strict safety restrictions to avoid casualties. Then there's Jeb.

Joke #5 - Unsafe working conditions in radioactive environments can lead to hideous mutations. This soldier, for example, has grown several inches in the last year. Just look at those pants.

Joke #6 - "My present's in this here box, right guys? All I gotta do's fish it on out, right guys? ...Guys?"

Joke #7 - The fearless "radfish" collector must take precautions when cleaning the tank.

[Commenter jokes will be added to the post  -Mgmt.]

Joke #8 - Courtesy Sue - "Radiation seems like less of a threat when you can just dip your bubble ring into it, then blow the biggest bubble that floats far, far away"

3 comments:

Sue said...

Radiation seems like less of a threat when you can just dip your bubble ring into it, then blow the biggest bubble that floats far, far away.

Joe said...

Actually Fermi created the first artificial self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction under the bleachers at the University of Chicago before they knew the effects of radiation - the last I heard the area still responds to a geiger counter.

tressler tomas said...

Thankfully, the Environmental DeceptionRadiation badge Radiation seems like less of a threat when you can just dip your bubble ring into

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