I think it would be VERY BAD POLICY to enter the room without an official key. We wouldn't want to be evicted before we even moved in.
bob c. w3otc
On 4/15/2014 3:55 PM, Kilroy, Patrick L. (GSFC-5680) wrote:
When has "a lack of a key" ever stopped any of us engineers from "getting in"?
I must keep Saturday morning on my calendar because if I pulled it then it would have a hard time getting back on if needed. So, I trust that some magic will happen to make a key appear or you will otherwise have access by consent by the new landlord.
Thank you for the fine prep work (and heart aches) you are going through to make this move happen smoothly. I will look forward to seeing you and others in jeans and T-shirts on Saturday morning.
We'll keep our fingers crossed and watch for your posts.
Mr. Pat Kilroy Integration and Test (I&T) Lead Engineer NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Building 5, Mail Code 568 Greenbelt, Maryland 20771-5860 W: 301-286-1984 E: [email protected]
From: rj carpenter [[email protected]] Sent: Tuesday, April 15, 2014 3:30 PM To: Barry Baines; Perry KLEIN Cc: AMSAT Advisors; Board of Directors; Arthur H. FELLER; Perry Klein; Martha SARAGOVITZ; Bob McGwier; Martha Saragovitz; Kilroy, Patrick L. (GSFC-5680); Daniel Schultz; AMSAT-DC; senior-officers Subject: Re: [amsat-dc] Re: [Bod] Re: The Move
It now looks as though I may not have a key to the new space by Saturday. I'll know more by Wednesday evening.
There will be no need for helpers Saturday at the new space if I don't have a key.
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