A train hit a car on a lonely stretch of road in the hill country on a very dark, stormy night.
An old man who had worked in a blacksmith shop as a boy decided to impress his grandson with the rigors of his training regimen.
A sergeant in a parachute regiment was participating in a night-time training exercise.
Benny wanted a job as a signalman on the railroad.
As a counterpoint to the technical cheer attributed to Cal Tech in the November issue, Power Engineering reader Alan Kessler, Purdue Class of 1970, offers the following:
No, not another brain teaser, but try to decipher the spoken words of the coded cheer below, reportedly used at Cal Tech:
The August edition of the efun page featured a brain-teaser instead of the usual joke.
Barry and Larry applied for jobs at a large power company and had to take an intelligence test.
The efun page extends its scope just slightly this month by offering the brain-teaser below instead of the usual joke.
A psychology student is helping a professor conduct a personality test on several volunteer subjects.