Re: Dr. Oppenhiemer
Date: Mon, 27 Aug 2001 08:59:35 -0400 (EDT)
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Subject: Dr. Oppenhiemer
I can say that. I was a working Supervisor , who went in at 4 am and was usually the last to leave. I did approx. 80% of the bench work. Maybe you were referring to a bigger chief than me like the Pathologists?
> OK here I go sticking my neck into the fray. I think that Dr. Oppenheimer,
> with all due respect, which is more than he is showing to the tech posting
> here. Should get a life. He apparently has no idea about the kind of jobs
> tech do in a clinical setting. Many people choose their profession for a
> variety of reasons. It is not Dr. Oppenheimers place to judge them. I think
> before he goes off on a diatribe, he should sit down and embed a couple of
> hundred blocks, then cut a hundred blocks before lunch. Then he should get a
> pay check for the job he just did. I think he need to realize this is a
> career choice not a religion. I have sat in a histo lab embedded blocks and
> cut sections. All day in fact, even though it was not my area of expertise.
> I am about to leave the clinical field myself, for a job in research. It is
> less pay, but more satisfying. No beam counter looking over my shoulder,
> making sure I am not over spending.
> OK waiting for the ax to fall on my neck.
> PS our department chief has even sat down in the mornings and embedded blocks
> when the histo lab was short staffed. I have a lot of respect for that man.
> How many chiefs can make that claim
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