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Sometimes I try to make a sandwich but it just doesn't work out the way I want it to, and I get real hungry and then like I try hard to do it, and I like, put bacon and mayonnaise on it but it just doesn't work out the way I want it to. Its like, I concentrate on it real hard, but it just doesn't work out. And everything sandwich I make and everything sandwich I eat, it never turns out. Its like, I need time to figure these things out, but theres always someone there going hey mike, you know we've been noticing you've been eating a lot of sandwiches lately, you know? You need to maybe eat a salad. And like, maybe you should exercise sometimes, you'll feel a lot better. And I'm all like oh, nah, its ok, you know. I'll just eat this sandwich. Just leave me alone, I'll eat this sandwich, you know? I'm just eating it by myself. And they go well, you know, if you want the number for Jenny Craig, I'll be here, you know? And you'll probably feel a lot better if you stop eating so many sandwiches! So why don't you talk about it? I go no, I don't want to! I'm ok. I'll eat my sandwich by myself! But they just keep bugging me, they just keep bugging me, and it builds up inside!
Leonard Carson, an engineering technician for San Diego Composites, had been toying around with this idea of a carbon fiber Stormtrooper for a long time. He finally convinced three of his engineering co-workers to jump on board with turning this carbon fiber idea, into a carbon fiber reality. Being the huge Star War fans that they are, and often working with the material for their composites company, I’d have to guess not too much convincing was necessary.