I have to admit, school doesn't teach you everything. During my first week at RQS, I was working with a client, and we were discussing labeling. She said I needed to get the bomb. Then, if I explode the bomb, everything will be good, and I'll have what I need. I left her office a little bit confused, and then it dawned on me that she did not want me to cause any sort of mass destruction...just to look at the BOM (Bill of Materials). Phew! It's just part of the jargon of the industry. Everyone uses abbreviations, numbers, code names, and pneumonic devices to mean any number of very important things.