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Discussion in 'The Breakroom' started by SAKplumber, Jan 31, 2013.
I'm a lawyer from Argentina and this is how I work
Checking the lights prior to a night flight out of NY earlier this evening.
Enjoying a snack of tandoori chicken.
Well, I'd love to take a picture of 3 or 4 million bucks sitting on a counter waiting to be packed into bags and delivered to ATMs all over the state of Oregon, but for obvious reasons they don't allow cell phones or cameras where I work.
As a substitute, please accept this picture of $1 million in one-dollar bills which is on display at the Federal Reserve's Money Museum.
The Fed does use rolling cubes of approximately this size to transport bulk currency, but they're never this full.
Nice. The co-pilot there doesn't seem the least bit scared of your SAK, either Thats one heck of an inflight meal too
Is that The Hudson River between the two Bridges in Poughkeepsie?
Edit* never mind, you're going north and I only see one bridge. Bear Mtn. maybe?
I just remembered that I did manage to smuggle out one picture from years ago of just such a cube, containing priceless riches:
Priceless riches, is that a hostage?
Did some detail work in a cottage garden today. Pretty, but no room to move and even less places to step.
Couldn't find a pic I'd taken of where I work so I pulled one from Google Maps. It's the building with the flags - located in midtown Manhattan. Can't show any pics of the inside due to security protocols, so please refer to those posted by SMAJ
Nuts and bolts!
Can't show anymore due to non disclosure contracts and so on.
Fixed. Where you had url it should have been IMG
It's my favorite office so far in the army
My office today
And you get paid for this ? Blessed man you are !!
Inside the kettle
End of the packaging line
QC testing before packaging.
Malraux, I moved your quote down another post because I felt it works here, too!
I will say there are definitely worse jobs to have.