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smoke detectors use a small amount of radioactive material, americium-241, to detect smokeCathy wrote:
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NBC News - Authorities in Pennsylvania are searching for a missing portable nuclear device containing radioactive material that was stored inside a vehicle reported stolen.

This is as asinine as asinine can ever get (I’m hoping it’s not true)


 WTF, Doc Brown just driving around with a portable nuke??


 

Oh, it's a handheld nuclear detector. Though why a detector contains nuclear material is a bit perplexing.


 smoke detectors use a small amount of radioactive material, americium-241*, to detect smoke.  So maybe something similar?

* I googled it.  I knew it had something radioactive, but not the actual element. 



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NBC News - Authorities in Pennsylvania are searching for a missing portable nuclear device containing radioactive material that was stored inside a vehicle reported stolen.

This is as asinine as asinine can ever get (I’m hoping it’s not true)


 ok, had to google "portable nuclear device".  

The state's Department of Environmental Protection said the device, a portable nuclear gauge, is often used at construction sites to "evaluate the properties of building and road-bed materials." But if mishandled or damaged, people could be exposed to radiation contamination.


 Our respective country's surveillance agencies are going to be confused why a bunch of Sens fans just googled "portable nuclear device".


 lol, I wonder if Russell can get a TWSS somewhere out of this 



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tjlincoln wrote:
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NBC News - Authorities in Pennsylvania are searching for a missing portable nuclear device containing radioactive material that was stored inside a vehicle reported stolen.

This is as asinine as asinine can ever get (I’m hoping it’s not true)


 ok, had to google "portable nuclear device".  

The state's Department of Environmental Protection said the device, a portable nuclear gauge, is often used at construction sites to "evaluate the properties of building and road-bed materials." But if mishandled or damaged, people could be exposed to radiation contamination.


 Thanks Homer, that makes sense 


 Yeah, bad on NBC for implying it's a suitcase nuke in the headline.



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Homer wrote:
tjlincoln wrote:

NBC News - Authorities in Pennsylvania are searching for a missing portable nuclear device containing radioactive material that was stored inside a vehicle reported stolen.

This is as asinine as asinine can ever get (I’m hoping it’s not true)


 ok, had to google "portable nuclear device".  

The state's Department of Environmental Protection said the device, a portable nuclear gauge, is often used at construction sites to "evaluate the properties of building and road-bed materials." But if mishandled or damaged, people could be exposed to radiation contamination.


 Our respective country's surveillance agencies are going to be confused why a bunch of Sens fans just googled "portable nuclear device".



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Homer wrote:
tjlincoln wrote:

NBC News - Authorities in Pennsylvania are searching for a missing portable nuclear device containing radioactive material that was stored inside a vehicle reported stolen.

This is as asinine as asinine can ever get (I’m hoping it’s not true)


 ok, had to google "portable nuclear device".  

The state's Department of Environmental Protection said the device, a portable nuclear gauge, is often used at construction sites to "evaluate the properties of building and road-bed materials." But if mishandled or damaged, people could be exposed to radiation contamination.


 Thanks Homer, that makes sense 



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Goal scored post and in and looks like a goalie screened too. 



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Cathy wrote:
tjlincoln wrote:

NBC News - Authorities in Pennsylvania are searching for a missing portable nuclear device containing radioactive material that was stored inside a vehicle reported stolen.

This is as asinine as asinine can ever get (I’m hoping it’s not true)


 

WTF, Doc Brown just driving around with a portable nuke??


 

Oh, it's a handheld nuclear detector. Though why a detector contains nuclear material is a bit perplexing.



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Cathy wrote:
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NBC News - Authorities in Pennsylvania are searching for a missing portable nuclear device containing radioactive material that was stored inside a vehicle reported stolen.

This is as asinine as asinine can ever get (I’m hoping it’s not true)


 

WTF, Doc Brown just driving around with a portable nuke??


 It’s crazy, I thought stupid crap like this went out with that nut Trump 



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tjlincoln wrote:

NBC News - Authorities in Pennsylvania are searching for a missing portable nuclear device containing radioactive material that was stored inside a vehicle reported stolen.

This is as asinine as asinine can ever get (I’m hoping it’s not true)


 ok, had to google "portable nuclear device".  

The state's Department of Environmental Protection said the device, a portable nuclear gauge, is often used at construction sites to "evaluate the properties of building and road-bed materials." But if mishandled or damaged, people could be exposed to radiation contamination.



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tjlincoln wrote:

NBC News - Authorities in Pennsylvania are searching for a missing portable nuclear device containing radioactive material that was stored inside a vehicle reported stolen.

This is as asinine as asinine can ever get (I’m hoping it’s not true)


 

WTF, Doc Brown just driving around with a portable nuke??



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Net knocked off moorings



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NBC News - Authorities in Pennsylvania are searching for a missing portable nuclear device containing radioactive material that was stored inside a vehicle reported stolen.

This is as asinine as asinine can ever get (I’m hoping it’s not true)

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1st period stats:

SOG 15-6 Leafs.



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Cathy wrote:

Nylander was hooked arm-in-arm with him…how is that a phantom call?


 HNIC sucks dab. 



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Wow that period went by fast. I thought my phone was notifying a goal.



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2-on-1 for leafs and they flubbed it. 


 #LeafsTypical

 

Did I do that right?



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2-on-1 for leafs and they flubbed it. 



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DelZotto now w 13 points in 22 games - he generates offence if nothing else 🤷🏼‍♂️

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Nylander was hooked arm-in-arm with him…how is that a phantom call?



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Double breakaway and Jimmy Stu scores. 


 Also Sens score 1st. 

To Cathy's dismay no dabs for Kat or I on this play. 


 Sens score 2nd, too.


Deviation

Two within 90 secs, 

D-man scores goal. 

New guy Del Zoto on 3 point watch. 


 Is a potential one-timer negated by a deviation?


 Would have to see the replay, but didn't cancel the other out.



 
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