Re: [Histonet] Ye Olde Days
the kids that work for me only saw steel blades in text books. When I told
them that I used to strop my own knives, they had to look up the "strop" in
I remember smoking while coverslipping and having a cigarette in the
morgue during an autopsy to get the smell out.
Of course, that was before MSDS, lab safety, and jet airplanes. Ahhhh,
the good times
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From: "Ford Royer"
Sent: Wednesday, January 24, 2007 2:03 PM
Subject: RE: [Histonet] Ye Olde Days
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> Sally, Good grief you're old! But then of course I remember all of
> those things also so I guess we're not all that old if we can still
> remember them!
> Remembering 1969 is EASY! Remembering 1969 is NOT a problem.
> What is hard these days is trying to remember where I parked the car when
> leave work, or (if I get that far)... now where did I put my car keys?!
> ~ Ford
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