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Daryl Richardson wrote:

Fellow Engineers,
I have been asked to participate in discussions regarding the best way to go about repairing a pressure vessel which seems to have problems with hydrogen embrittlement. This problem has resulted in a major petro chemical processing plant (commercial value in the order of $50,000,000.00) being shut down.

THIS looks like a JOB for....

SUPER-CHRIS!

Mild-mannered Liberal Wag by day, but into a nearby phone-booth and he becomes....

THE HARDEST-WORKING ASME SECTION VIII DIV. 1 MARTIAL-ARTIST ON SEAINT!!!

(He's never Right, but he's ALWAYS WRIGHT!)

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