RE: [Histonet] Big Chief tablet?

From:"Dana Settembre"

I am not a youngster. I am in my 40's and thank you for 
telling me what the Big chief tablet is.

Dana Settembre, HT ASCP
Immunohistochemistry Lab
UMDNJ - University Hospital
Newark, NJ    USA

>>> "Bartlett, Jeanine (CDC/CCID/NCZVED)"  10/24/07 12:43
PM >>>
For the youngsters out there----------------

 The Big Chief tablet was a popular writing notebook for several
generations of young children in the United States. It featured widely
spaced lines, easier to write in for those learning to write. Its
prominence, though, was the cover's representation of a native
in full headdress, hence "Big Chief."

Jeanine Bartlett
Infectious Diseases Pathology Branch
(404) 639-3590 

-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Dana
Sent: Wednesday, October 24, 2007 12:13 PM
To:; Andrea Grantham
Subject: Re: [Histonet] Big Chief tablet?

What's a "Big Chief tablet"?

Dana Settembre, HT ASCP
Immunohistochemistry Lab
UMDNJ - University Hospital
Newark, NJ    USA

>>> Andrea Grantham  10/24/07 10:12 AM >>>
I had to testify in court once for a murder trial about the lab's
of custody protocol. Yes, I was nervous but it was very interesting.
And, I guess the manner in which we received medical-legal specimens
stored them in a locked cabinet satisfied the lawyers and the jury.
victim came to the ER barely alive and the bullets were removed and
received in the lab under the name of John Doe and then he died just
he was being identified. So later it was questioned how we knew that
bullets that I had in the lab actually came from the dead person
formerly known as John Doe. That was easy and I really didn't have to
explain anything about histology.
I thought it was interesting that the defense lawyer took notes on a
Chief tablet! (Younger people, you probably don't know what this is).


At 03:57 PM 10/23/2007, Joe Nocito wrote:
>I always feel nervous every time I give my opinion. I never had the 
>opportunity to testify in court, so I couldn't give you an answer. I 
>know, I'm a big help.
>----- Original Message ----- From: "Emily Sours"

>Sent: Tuesday, October 23, 2007 8:31 AM
>Subject: [Histonet] testifying in court?
>>I would like an honest opinion of the histologists, DNA
technologists, etc
>>(those names can appear in court trials, or those connected with
>>you feel nervous offering your opinion in trial to someone's
sentence? I ask
>>because this is the ONLY reason I've never applied for forensic
>>positions---I adore the field, and am possibly beneficial to a
>>Yog-Sothoth knows the gate.
>>Yog-Sothoth is the gate.
>>Yog-Sothoth is the key and guardian of the gate. Past, present,
future, all
>>are one in Yog-Sothoth.
>>He knows where the Old Ones broke through of old, and where They
shall break
>>through again.
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