Good morning Eggheads and those who cast their fate to the wind.
I was deep in dreamstate, somewhere far, far away, when all of a sudden the sensors let loose an alert that instantly brought me back here and in vertical, forward motion on all two's in the direction of the facility maintenance department. More specifically to a point directly in front of the porcelain furniture designed specifically for the next course of action. I arrived with 1.834 base time units to spare, more than enough time to grasp the biofluid pressure release lever and tug. The action resulted in an immediate reduction of pressure to well below dangerous levels, thereby averting yet another calamity of Biblical proportions. I then activated the "Aaaaaaaaaaa" signal, pressed the recycling control thingee and was on my way. Management from afar.
I decided to continue my duties in spite of having recently checked the refrigeration unit's interior illuminator. Once again I found it to be functioning properly.
A quick glance out the external viewing portal with my good visualizer let me know in short order that security was was being tested. There was considerable activity among the Ranch staff, apparently afraid to move or take decisive action. Then I saw what was causing the problem. It was a medium sized long-tailed rodent of the superfamily Muroidea. A 'wood rat' as they are referred to by lifeforms in this area. Apparently, he was curious about the faint odor being emitted from the auto-opening/closing debris holding device that, among other things, contained the packaging material that recently surrounded two parts of a recently deceased bovine. Unable to enter into the confines of the holding device, he departed, most likely in a high state of frustration. Upon his departure the staff returned to their activities and once again all was well.
I moved to the communications center where I found very little activity among the 8 Members and 115 Guests. Eggents AZRP is Eggcited and FrankinHouma let it be known that he enjoys good "Q" music, while Katarkus explored the realm of less space in his Egg and Ross in Ventura bragged on his new image capturing device. Others chimed in with their advice. In other words activity was minimal. Sufficient for me to return to the carbon unit recharging station.
Say goodnight Leroy.
Spring "For This I get Paid, Unlike CW" Chicken
Spring Texas USA