RE: non histology topics.
|From:||"Raiford, Betty" <BRaiford@nctr.fda.gov>|
Couldn't agree more - although I do not always post information - I enjoy
the information sharing and the light banter back and forth. As an aside I
did learn much from the discussion on "flowery twats". You never stop
learning unless you chose not to enjoy all forms of information sharing.
But it is still about choice - and anyone can chose to not read or
participate as you will.
From: Dr. Ian Montgomery. [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, May 23, 2001 4:26 AM
Subject: Re: non histology topics.
Dear Lorraine and Jennifer,
As the instigator of the latest Fawlty
Towers postings I must respond to your posting.
Since its inception, Histonet has been at the forefront in
the coming together of Histologists and the sharing of information in our
branch of science from beginner to advanced user. Throughout there has
always been a friendship between subscribers that although we may never meet
personally it's as if we belong to a family of Histologists. I agree the
technical side of our subject takes prime place but surely a little levity
must be included. Look at the response to a cast away remark, numerous
postings that demonstrate the one thing we share as a species, no matter
colour or creed, the ability to laugh. I have often thought that if the
Secretary General of the United Nations was a comedian rather than a
politician the world situation might improve. Peoples with a perceived
dispute could meet have a good laugh then realise we are all brothers. Sit
to together, then with bright faces solve disputes with a smile rather than
a bullet. Naive maybe, but when peoples laugh together there not harming
If you don't want to read a posting press delete. I read
every posting because I feel someone has taken the time to ask a question,
respond, offer a piece of information or make my day just that wee bit
brighter by bringing a smile to my face.
Dr. Ian Montgomery,
West Medical Building,
University of Glasgow,
Tel: 0141 339 8855. Extn:6602.
Fax: 0141 330 2923
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