Re: Pain FROM the lab

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From:"D. Hammer" <>
Date:Tue, 18 May 1999 19:56:28 -0700 (PDT)
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The Sensitive Nose:

I guess a good Italian lunch "ala garlic", good crusty bread dipped in
Balsamic Vinegar, crushed garlic and olive oil, sprinkled with Romano
cheese is out in your lab.  (never had a vampire strike me) :) 

Nose plugs are needed for the super sensitive.  I'm thinking of using 
them against purfume/cologne at the theater or any other public
gatherings...and they say smoking is a problem? :)  Why do people pour on
the purfume/cologne? 

Methinks we make too much of stinks. 

Is anyone not sensitive to something nowadays or do we need an outlet for
frustrations of society?

P.S. Why do buses still emit the fumes our cars do not because we have
emission controls.  Just give me vinegar and garlic anyday and send ME
home to cook. :)  If you have problems with smells, contact me for a
product I became aware of will take out the smells of normal
life in your homes and labs.  (but do it via, not this
Don Hammer, Administrative Director            UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON 
Hospital Pathology, Box 356100                     MEDICAL CENTER
1995 NE Pacific St.                                
Seattle Washington, 98195                  ~Where Knowledge Comes To Life~ 
(206) 598-6401 Fax: (206) 598-4928         

On Tue, 18 May 1999 wrote:

> I dunno...the first time one of my techs comes to work smelling of "au de 
> vinegar", I think I would send them home for a quick shower.  We work too 
> closely for that.
> -The sensitive nose

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