Inquiring Mindsets: Loop-ty Loo

Inquiring Mindsets: Loop-ty Loo

Inquiring Mindsets want to know:
“What is your favorite Choice One Canteen snack?”

 Jeff Puthoff, Project Manager
“My wife calls each leg of a cloverleaf interchange a ‘loop-ty loo.’ As in ‘The GPS says to take exit 55A, go around the loop-ty loo, and then you’ll be on I-70.’”
Nick Selhorst, Project Manager
“My wife refuses to call concrete ‘concrete.’ She calls is ‘cement.’ Drives me nuts.”
 Lexy Bolin, CAD Designer
“When trying to describe a catch basin, I’ve heard more than one person say, ‘Oh, those things raccoons live in.’”
Craig Eley, Project Manager
“My family doesn’t have an funny terms for engineering, but they know when they are with me that they are in for a treat, because they find out how cool roundabouts are, and if traffic signals operate efficiently, if that highway sign reading ‘XYZ Winery in 20 miles’ is really valuable to the majority of drivers, and… and… and HOW COOL IS TRAFFIC ENGINEERING?!”