RE: Breathers (was Microchatter chit chat)
I am proud to admit I am a 'breather' to!!! I think it makes all the
difference in the world and agree with the thought on static electricity. I
am to the point that I breath on every block. Why wait till you are
struguling - breath on it to start!
I also agree most blocks should be soaked on ice water before cutting. I
know of some who dont and their slides show it.
To the person who comented on is "breather' age related, I hope not I am
not that old yet!!!
Jennifer Harvey H.T. (ASCP), QIHC
University of Rochester
Dept of Ortho
> From: J. A. Kiernan
> Sent: Monday, April 29, 2002 12:11 AM
> To: Bryan Hewlett
> Cc: Jeff Silverman; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Breathers (was Microchatter chit chat)
> Bryan Hewlett wrote:
> > It would be intriguing to pole the 'netters', in order to find the ratio
> > 'Breathers' vs 'Non-Breathers', how about it folks?
> > It would also be intriguing to find out why the 'Breathers' think it
> > ... 'Huffing', that arcane, gentle, open mouthed art that Jeff
> Dear Bryan, I'm a breather.
> Gentle low-velocity oral exhalation helps a lot when static
> electricity renders ribbons unduly unruly. As to why? How
> about the same reason that static generally is reduced by
> The dry/damp stuff is probably explained in physics books
> for schoolchildren, but I stopped reading them more than 40
> years ago, and can't remember why water vapour discharges
> John A. Kiernan
> Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology
> The University of Western Ontario
> London, Canada N6A 5C1
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