What’s this-here doohickey for?
Blog Guy, I could use some of your famous career advice.
It’s real interesting, but I wondered what you thought of that career path?
Well, I do know the U.S. is currently dismantling some of our old nuclear weapons, so I guess there should be opportunities.
I see that they took apart the oldest nuclear bomb in our Cold War arsenal, one of the most powerful ones ever built, just this week. So they are training you, huh?
Whew, that’s a relief. And it’s hands-on training?
You bet! We got bombs all over the place here. Say, I wonder what happens if I flip this gizmo here and then push the
Top: Workers examine a B53 nuclear bomb at the B&W Pantex nuclear weapons storage facility outside Amarillo, Texas, in this handout photograph taken and released on October 25, 2011. The United States dismantled the oldest nuclear bomb in its Cold War arsenal — and one of the most powerful it ever built — on Tuesday as part of President Barack Obama’s nuclear security policy. REUTERS/Photo Courtesy B&W Pantex/Handout
Right: Production technicians conduct a training class on the B53 bomb in this handout taken October 19, 2011 and released October 20, 2011. REUTERS/National Nuclear Security Administration/Handout
Left: The shredded remains of a B53 nuclear bomb are pictured at the B&W Pantex nuclear weapons storage facility outside Amarillo, Texas, in this handout photograph taken on September 11, 2007 and released on October 25, 2011. REUTERS/Photo Courtesy B&W Pantex/Handout