Thursday, September 08, 2005
Like a Star Putting On Sunglasses
Nuke Reactors on Campuses Keep Low Profile:
    For University of Missouri tailgaters, the name of the new parking lot down the hill from Memorial Stadium is little more than a curiosity: Reactor Field, a nod to the nearby nuclear research reactor.

    The nation's largest university-based reactor keeps an intentionally low local profile, despite its cutting-edge research into promising cancer drugs.
Nothing says "incognito" like naming a facility used by thousands of unknowledgeable, transient sports fans after the "low profile" nuclear reactor which is plainly visible from Providence (name of road redacted for security reasons).

To say Noggle, one first must be able to say the "Nah."