Re: bone marrow aspirates

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From:"Don Hammer" <>
To:"RUSS ALLISON" <>, <>
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Hi Russ,

Methinks I know of that toilet paper you mention.  Back in 1980, my Son and
I were walking thru the park in London heading to see Buckingham Palace.  A
pigeon flying over, NOT having any of that paper at his/her disposal, let
droppings fly which landed on my forehead and ran down my cheek, while more
splattered my jacket.  Headed for the park's public toilet to clean up and
was met with what seemed to be the worst paper in the world.  Non absorbent,
slick and ruff!

Headed out to find the Queen to tell her to give up some jewels and purchase
decent paper, but we were sidetracked by some guards who were stiffer than
the darn paper!  *Grin*

It must be perfect for wrapping the small specimens as you suggest.

Don Hammer, Retired Guy
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Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2000 11:01 AM
Subject: RE: bone marrow aspirates

> We used to (and still do when necessary) wrap small bits in toilet
> paper, loo roll, bog paper, whatever you may call it, of the type that
> has the appearnce and feel of "grease proof" paper.  I think it was
> sometimes sold with disinfective "in" it.
> Very ineffective for its intended purpose, but great for processing.  I
> would tell you how to fold it, but my keyboard skills are inadequate.
> Whenever staff went on holiday, they were charged with stealing
> spare sheets (they came interwoven in a packet, rather like some
> tissues now).
> My raidrs were so successful, that we have enough to see me well
> beyond retirement.
> p.s. I have just passed 27 yrs!
> Russ Allison,
> Dental School
> Cardiff
> Wales

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